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Homo Erectus K4

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Product Name: Homo Erectus K4
Product ID: 13609
Published Artist(s): Daz Originals
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2011-11-30

Product Information

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Homo Erectus (from the Latin erigere, “to put up, set upright”) appears to have evolved in Africa about 1.8 million years ago. This species migrated first to Asia and then to Europe where they later became extinct. Research places the timing of the Homo Erectus between Homo Habilis and the earliest appearance of Homo Sapiens.

Run wild with this prehistoric child.

Product Notes

Installation Packages

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  • 1 Core 1)

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Homo Erectus K4 (Core)

  • You can find new icons for loading this product in the following Poser Libraries:
    • Materials: “Mec4D Materials:Homo Erectus K4”
    • Pose: “Mec4D:Homo Erectus K4”
    • Pose: “Mec4D:Homo Erectus K4:DS MAT”
    • Pose: “Mec4D:Homo Erectus K4:PoserMAT”
  • You can find new icons for this product in the following DAZ Studio Categories:
    • “Materials:Masculine:Homo Erectus for K4:Skin”
    • “Materials:Skin”
    • “Shaping:Apply:Complete”
    • “Shaping:Remove:Complete”

Additional Details

  • Custom morphs were created in earlier versions of Poser. When using Poser 8 or above, please make sure you are using a clean figure as multiple INJ and REMs will create double morphs

Resolved Issues

  • 2018-08-13 - Replaced 0 byte files, updated metadata.

Known Issues

  • None


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The contents of this package are in DAZ Studio Native and Poser Native formats