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|Product Name:||Dorian Hair for Genesis 3 Male(s)|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
Dorian Hair For Genesis 3 Male(s) is a very versatile medium curly hair that will look great in any male character concept, from action men to fantasy heroes, dark and gothic characters, and anything you can imagine. With 41 morphs in 8 categories, freedom to move and adjust it, stylize it with more or less volume, and 20 hair colors, Dorian Hair is a must have!
MATERIALS FEATURES: There are 20 hair colors, from golden to brown, red or dark, also white and gray, and several fantasy colors for fae creatures or aliens. Includes Iray materials to give the hair the quality you need for the new generation of NVIDIA Iray renders, in addition to the traditional 3Delight materials.
MORPHING FEATURES: The hair includes 41 custom morphs, in these 8 categories: Back Move, Bangs, Bangs Length, Face Adjust, Hairline, Head Adjust, Move, and Style. You can move the lower part of the hair in any direction, in and out, up and down, on the sides and the back, and also adjust to the face, move the hairline up and down, and move the bangs on each side or make them longer, uncover the eyes or cover it more. The style morphs allow you to give more or less volume to the top, middle, or lower parts, and you can also make it all shorter or shorter in an asymmetrical cut (longer in the back, shorter in the front).
COMPATIBILITY FEATURES: Works with all the Genesis 3 Male Head and Body Morphs, as all of them have been included when needed, which means full freedom to use any of those morphs in your creations. In addition, we have adjusted the rigging features as much as possible, so it will also work great with custom head morph shapes. Dorian Hair is for Genesis 3 Male(s), including Darius 7, Gianni 7, Lee 7, Leo 7, Lucian 7, and Michael 7. If you need some more adjustment, you have morphs for that too both for face and body.
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