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|Product Name:||LIE Tattoo Presets 2 for Genesis 3 and 8 Female|
|Published Artist(s):||Darwins Mishap(s)|
This package uses the LIE system to add tattoo overlays (diffuse, translucency and bump overlays) to your Genesis 3 Female and Genesis 8 Female figures. Along with some of the tattoos from my character sets I have included a few new tattoos to the pack.
This set is tested with the Genesis 3 Female UV's, and as the promos show it can work on the Genesis main figures as well, but be aware there are two or three tattoos that may have seam issues if used on another UV set. Since the Genesis 8 Females and the Genesis 8 Female main figures use the same UV set, this will not be an issue on the Genesis 8 version.
There are two Material folders: The Tattoos 2 is a system built for the Genesis main figures, both Genesis 3 and Genesis 8, and the N.G.S. Anagenessis folder files should be used with that shader system built by Zev0, or any other shader system that has a texture map in the Gloss Specular slot in the Parameters/Surfaces. To figure out which to use, it is easiest to load your character into Studio, go to Parameters/Surfaces, unfold the main figure in the left side of the Parameters/Surfaces tab until you see the individual material zones. Select the “Arm” and in the right side of that tab scroll down to see if there is a texture map assigned to the Gloss Specular slot. If so, the N.G.S system is the way to go! If not, then the Tattoos 2 files are what I would suggest should be used.
Great thing about the LIE is that it doesn't matter if the render engine is Iray or 3Delight, it's all in the skin, not the engine! Base character skins have not be changed other than to add the LIE Tattoo Presets to each.
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