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|Product Name:||Manga Marker Materials for Genesis 8 Female|
Manga Markers Materials bring the look of bright, vibrant markers to your 3d art. These textures were created with a mix of digital and real-world media, using colors chosen from my own collection of Copic and Tombow markers.
This set includes everything you need to color Genesis 8 Female and her hair and clothing, plus a variety of paper and marker-based backgrounds. There are three human skin colors and six fantasy skin colors, with two makeup options each. Eyebrows are LIE overlays, allowing you to choose from three styles per color–normal, sad, or wicked, as you prefer. Or use any other eyebrows in your collection with the included hair colors.
Hair presets are for diffuse color only; they work with the original transparency, bump, and other maps for whichever hair you use them on. The Manga Markers colors work with any hair that is vertically mapped.
Clothing presets are provided in a range of coordinating colors, allowing you to create a unified “look” for your image. Each color range comes with multiple pattern variations, including hand-drawn hearts and flowers, stripes, and a base color with a “marker sketched” look.
For Sakura 8 fans, there is a new UV mapping for Sakura 8's eyes and eye sockets, allowing them to use standard Genesis 8 Female maps. Manga Markers Materials includes a full set of Sakura 8 presets.
Presets are based on the Iray matte rubber shader in order to create a smooth, illustrative look with minimal bump. The presets work well with either Iray or 3Delight rendering. All promos were rendered with Iray using sun/sky light only.
Now including seamless “skin match” textures & shader presets. These are seamless no-detail versions of the 9 skin colors in the set, for using in cases where you want a completely unshaded look or to use the colors on a variety of surfaces.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
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