GMS Props Freebies (updated 03-14-2019)

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  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 10,460

    wow, nice freebies, thanks.

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited February 2018

    New Freebie: Men's Bifold Wallet

    This is an extremely simple static prop of a bifold wallet. Someone on the Daz forums needed one so I threw this together. It loads world center and is scaled properly to be used with Daz figures. It only has a very simple 3DL material, but is UV mapped and can accept Iray shaders if you so choose.

    Extract to your My Library folder and please let me know if you have any issues. Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed.

    Download: sharecg

    I also have a house for an Unmentionable Dog. 

    Download: sharecg or renderosity

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited March 2018

    New Freebie: Rocking Chair

    A Simple Rocking Chair prop for all your country porch sitting scenes. Properly Scaled for Daz figures.
    Compatible with DS4 or higher.

    Updated 3-23-2018 to correct the direction of the wood grain as per @TheRetiredSailor's helpful suggestion.

    Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed.

    Download: Sharecg or Renderosity (once it's approved)

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  • maikdeckermaikdecker Posts: 883

    New Freebie: Rocking Chair

    A Simple Rocking Chair prop for all your country porch sitting scenes. Properly Scaled for Daz figures.
    Compatible with DS4 or higher.

    You just succeeded in removing something from my wishlist. Well done and thanks a lot. smiley

  • TheRetiredSailorTheRetiredSailor Posts: 51
    edited March 2018

    Nice design on the chair.  If I may offer a suggestion, the grain in woodworking typically goes in the direction of the longest dimension of each piece of wood.  For example, the vertical slats on the back of the chair (backrest) should have the grain of the wood going up and down, not from side to side.  The boards that make up the seat should have the grain going from side to side, not front to back.

     

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited March 2018

    Nice design on the chair.  If I may offer a suggestion, the grain in woodworking typically goes in the direction of the longest dimension of each piece of wood.  For example, the vertical slats on the back of the chair (backrest) should have the grain of the wood going up and down, not from side to side.  The boards that make up the seat should have the grain going from side to side, not front to back.

     

    I didn't know that, thanks for the tip. I'll adust my UV mapping and update the file.

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  • You are most welcome.  Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.  That really is a nice model of what I (living in the Southern USA) would term as a southern front porch rocker.

     

  • Thank you, you're very generous.

    I have a problem with the dog house, the location of the files is wrong so Daz Studio can't find them, thought you would like to know.

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited April 2018

    Thank you, you're very generous.

    I have a problem with the dog house, the location of the files is wrong so Daz Studio can't find them, thought you would like to know.

    What's the error message you get? 

    Nevermind, I sorted it out. Delete the folders under data->GMS Props->Dog House and Props->GMS Props->Dog House and re-install. I updated the zip file, it should be right now. Apologies for any trouble.

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  • edited April 2018

    No problem! I like it a lot. (I was able to make it work but was still getting the messages.)

    So I went to redownload it. Works like a charm!

    Thank you, you were fast fixing it.

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited May 2018

    New Freebie: Gas Station/Convience Store

    This is a Gas Station/Convience Store, modeled in Blender; I originlly intended to just throw this together for myself for a particular idea, but it got away from me so I'm sharing. Material presets included for generic types of chips, ice cream, candy and soda. I also included Shader presets for different Soda Types and plastic bottles, that can be used on other things. They are not to be used as merchant resources however.
    Included are grouped and individual props of the soda bottles, cans, beer bottles, ice cream containers, cigarette boxes, candy, and chip bags. Set is rigged, except for the gas pumps; they are static props. 
    Materials and Shaders are Iray only.
    Extract to your My Library folder. And please let me know if you have any issues.

    Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed.

    Download: Sharecg

     

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  • dragonfly_2004dragonfly_2004 Posts: 1,239

    Looks useful. Thanks, Zombietaggerung!

  • maikdeckermaikdecker Posts: 883

    New Freebie: Gas Station/Convience Store

    Looks utterly phantastic!

    Even if it was just the "filler stuff" it would be extremely generous and useful, but as a package... wow!

    Thanks!

  • Oh, kewl..... do the bathroom doors open, or is that part just for looks?

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited May 2018

    Oh, kewl..... do the bathroom doors open, or is that part just for looks?

    The bathroom, front and cold case doors open, the bathroom door knobs turn, the sink taps turn, the toilet flush handles depress and the toilet seats can be lifted. Pretty much the only thing that should probably move but don't are the gas pump handles, but that's only because I don't know how to rig long things.

    Even the cash drawer on the register opens. And the ice box doors open too.

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  • edited May 2018

    Ah, thank you.  Yes, it looks like a lovely gas staton, and I'm definitely getting it.  And I especially value the fact that the bathrooms are fully usable in it.  Funny thing is, though, those pumps look like they belong to a completely different era than the rest of the structure.  The pumps look like they were made in the 1940s or something.  That gas station looks like it was built in the 1990s.  I'm guessing the ones who built the gas station probably bought them secondhand after spending most of their budget building the main structure.  >>giggles<<  Not complaining, of course.  I bet there's a story that can be told about how this modern little mom-and-pop gas station wound up having to use such old style pumps.  ("Our dear, late, Uncle George had that old station of his in the family all these years, but had to close it down when he got too elderly to run it, and it got turn down to make way for the new highway overpass... but we had such fond memories of him that we kept the pumps, and built our whole new station around them simply to preserve and honor his memory...")

    That said, for many months I've been trying to get my hands on a gas station that would be of the same 1940s-ish period look as those pumps, and ALSO has fully working restrooms (as in the doors open and the toilet lids can be lifted).... and would be the sort of gas station you'd find abandoned out in the middle of nowhere when the kids in the back seat are desperate for a restroom and there's no other facilities around for miles... and they'd use it even though the plumbing hasn't been connected to running water since 1978.  LOL

    In any event, gas stations of whatever form are always useful. and all the included props and furniture and stuff I can definitely use either in place within the gas station, or pulled out and used elsewhere, so this is definitely a great set.

    Anyway, I look forward to seeing what ever you're gonna build next.

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  • chris-2599934chris-2599934 Posts: 726

    That looks absolutely fantastic. What an amazing freebie!

    If I may add a little constructive criticism to Nomad's, I think the products would look a bit more convincing if you'd used a wider range of fonts for the lettering. It looks kinda weird to see all those different packets of different things from different suppliers, but all labelled in Helvetica (or whatever it is). Plenty of freebie fonts out there that you could really go wild with!

  • maikdeckermaikdecker Posts: 883

    That looks absolutely fantastic. What an amazing freebie!

    If I may add a little constructive criticism to Nomad's, I think the products would look a bit more convincing if you'd used a wider range of fonts for the lettering. It looks kinda weird to see all those different packets of different things from different suppliers, but all labelled in Helvetica (or whatever it is). Plenty of freebie fonts out there that you could really go wild with!

    I had no time today to try the set, but I guess it shouldn't be too problematic to change the textures a bit, which would solve the font "problem" wink

  • edited May 2018

    Actually, after poking around in the included stuff in the gas station, I also had some interesting thoughts, particularly about the cigarrettes.  BTW, that Llama brand of smokes had me laughing out loud for some reason.  I can't figure out what brand if any that one is supposed to be an analog of, though the other two are pretty obvious.  I just loved the shear off-the-wall-ness of a brand of smokes called Llama!  LLAMA!  LOL!!!  :D :D

    Anyway, looking at the fact you had cigarrettes got me to wondering.  And bear in mind, I'm unlikely to be using anything like this in my own renders any time soon, simply because my stories typically involve people too young to smoke.  That said, I found myself picturing a pack of smokes prop that could be opened, and the number of cigarrettes in there be removed to various levels of empty, with some of the ones now remaining be able to shift around in the pack, be pulled outward selectively, etc, etc.  This could be an interesting project for you to work on at your liesure down the road, since I'm sure SOMEone would probably love having a prop like that, assuming someone else hasn't already made one like this.  If one already has the gas station set, they could then apply the three made-up brand of cigarrettes' textures from there onto this prop, or you could include independent copies/versions of those in this pack, maybe ones devised to look better close up (i.e. the same design but with higher detail, or the rest of the sides filled out), while it could also include other made-up brands in the pack as well.

    Yeah, mostly just brainstorming, but it sounded like an interesting idea so I figured I'd toss it at the wall and see if it sticks.

    Edit: Actually, a little while after I posted this, it occured to me there IS a way I might wind up using something like this prop:  Bubblegum cigarrettes!  :D

    (And yes, oddly, they still make those!  I have a box of them on my to-get list at Amazon, just for old times sake.)

     

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited May 2018

    Actually, after poking around in the included stuff in the gas station, I also had some interesting thoughts, particularly about the cigarrettes.  BTW, that Llama brand of smokes had me laughing out loud for some reason.  I can't figure out what brand if any that one is supposed to be an analog of, though the other two are pretty obvious.  I just loved the shear off-the-wall-ness of a brand of smokes called Llama!  LLAMA!  LOL!!!  :D :D

    Anyway, looking at the fact you had cigarrettes got me to wondering.  And bear in mind, I'm unlikely to be using anything like this in my own renders any time soon, simply because my stories typically involve people too young to smoke.  That said, I found myself picturing a pack of smokes prop that could be opened, and the number of cigarrettes in there be removed to various levels of empty, with some of the ones now remaining be able to shift around in the pack, be pulled outward selectively, etc, etc.  This could be an interesting project for you to work on at your liesure down the road, since I'm sure SOMEone would probably love having a prop like that, assuming someone else hasn't already made one like this.  If one already has the gas station set, they could then apply the three made-up brand of cigarrettes' textures from there onto this prop, or you could include independent copies/versions of those in this pack, maybe ones devised to look better close up (i.e. the same design but with higher detail, or the rest of the sides filled out), while it could also include other made-up brands in the pack as well.

    Yeah, mostly just brainstorming, but it sounded like an interesting idea so I figured I'd toss it at the wall and see if it sticks.

    Edit: Actually, a little while after I posted this, it occured to me there IS a way I might wind up using something like this prop:  Bubblegum cigarrettes!  :D

    (And yes, oddly, they still make those!  I have a box of them on my to-get list at Amazon, just for old times sake.)

     

    I'm glad you're enjoying the set. The Llama cigarettes were supposed to be an analogue of Camel. I figured, they're both bad tempered furry animals, it's pretty close. :D

    TrekkieGrrrl actuall has a free morphing cigarette pack, I don't know what her UVs look like but you'd probably be able to retexture it to look like bubblegum cigarettes easily enough. You can find it here: http://trekkiegrrrl.dk/mpp1.htm. All the way at the bottom of the page.

    if I ever figure out how to work the morph loader in Daz, I'll probably try something similar.

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  • maikdeckermaikdecker Posts: 883
    Edit: Actually, a little while after I posted this, it occured to me there IS a way I might wind up using something like this prop:  Bubblegum cigarrettes!  :D

    (And yes, oddly, they still make those!  I have a box of them on my to-get list at Amazon, just for old times sake.)

    In my youth (and still today, I think) we had chocolate cigarettes here in Germany, no Bubblegum ones... each one wrapped in white paper with one end coloured to look like a filter. And with names kinda close to real cigerette brands.

    Probably all sponsored by the tobacco industry to get the kids used to cigarettes at an early age... wink

  • Chocolate "cigarrettes"?  Wasn't aware of THAT one!  :D :D

    Anyway, grabbed Trekkiegrrrl's cigarrette-pack prop, and a lot of other stuff off that page, too.  Haven't done anything with any of it yet, though beyond installing it to my Runtime.

     

  • Robert FreiseRobert Freise Posts: 2,230

    Used to get candy cigarettes and bublegum cigars when I was a kid

  • azoohouseazoohouse Posts: 578

    Great models! Thanks so much for your generosity!

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500

    Everyone is quite welcome. I'm glad to share with the community. smiley

  • donovancolbertdonovancolbert Posts: 1,363

    New Freebie: Gas Station/Convience Store

    I was recently looking for a fence made out of these kind of cinderblocks, which is popular fencing in the Southwest and Southern California... and I couldn't find anything, not textures or a model, anywhere... 

    I'm wondering how easy it would be to kitbash a fence out of this. Are the 4 walls and other areas (ceiling, floor any other "main objects") separate where they can be disabled or their material zone can have opacity turned down to zero? 

     

  • edited May 2018

    I am not at my desktop machine, and won't be for awhile.  My recollection from having installed the convenience store scene and then played with it a bit is that most of the structure is one single unit.  I believe the only things not of the same object as the structure is the doors, some parts of the bathroom fixtures, and at least some of the individual objects inside the store.

    Is the sort of fence you're talking about basically a cinderblock wall?  You might be able to get away with using a cube prim size-adjusted to approximate a wall, and manually apply the cinderblock texture, or A cinderblock texture, onto that.

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited May 2018

    New Freebie: Gas Station/Convience Store

    I was recently looking for a fence made out of these kind of cinderblocks, which is popular fencing in the Southwest and Southern California... and I couldn't find anything, not textures or a model, anywhere... 

    I'm wondering how easy it would be to kitbash a fence out of this. Are the 4 walls and other areas (ceiling, floor any other "main objects") separate where they can be disabled or their material zone can have opacity turned down to zero? 

     

    it is all one piece, but like @nomad-ads_8ecd56922e said a cube scaled to whatever size you need with a cinderblock texture, http://www.textures.com has a good one, would probably work. Or, this set https://www.daz3d.com/the-garbage-pile has individual cinderblocks in it if you want to manually stack them yourself.

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited May 2018

    New Freebie: Patio Furniture Set

    A set of Patio furniture, perfect for your outdoor summertime scenes. Several material presets included, for both Iray and 3DL. The Chaise, Couch and Chair pillows all have a separate material that can be changed or hidden completely by turning down the opacity. Also included are separate pillow props if you want to use them in other renders or place more on the furniture. All pieces are scaled to fit Daz Figures. 

    Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed. Compatible with DS4+. Not tested in Poser or on a Mac. Please let me know if you have any issues. Happy rendering.

    Download: Sharecg|Renderosity (once it's approved)

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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,500
    edited June 2018

    New Freebie: Black Barn House

    A small 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house with a patio and loft space. Couch, kids bed, queen bed, 2 nightstands, a Refrigerator and stove are included, modeled in Blender. Versions for Iray and 3DL included, images used for some of the textures from textures.com;  other textures painted by me. Fully rigged and properly scaled for DAZ figures.

    Extract to your My Library folder. And please let me know if you have any issues. Requires DAZ|Studio 4+. Not tested in Poser or on a Mac.

    Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed

    Download: Sharecg|Renderosity (once it's approved)

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