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|Product Name:||Code Squad 01: Dystopian Army|
|Published Artist(s):||Aeon Soul|
Dystopian Army is not a simple add-on for Code Squad 01, in fact we tried something new: we created an enhanced version of the top, which is a different item, with high-resolution details and additional parts (armor plates on the arms and back) to offer a more meaningful and inherently different version that would change the very nature (mesh and style) of the base product.
This is not all, we actually created two versions of the top: the Dystopian Army and the Dystopian Army Damaged. For the damaged version we are using the very mesh we sculpted in high-res inside Daz Studio (after optimizing it), so that the melted metal and ruined fabric effect is real and not created by the textures, but only enhanced.
To create an even more military feel, we added armored shin-wears, shin-guards with a metal protection that matches the ones added to the top.
We also included a Tablet, which is available in three styles and one damaged style. It has a unique, dystopian futuristic flair and was textured with our usual attention to detail and quality.
All in all this is really a different version of Code Squad 01 that focuses on a specific style, a fictional Dystopian Army setting that can actually work well for a variety of styles. Futuristic-dystopian in a wide sense of the world, but also regimental, post-apocalyptic and post-fallout; both modern and futuristic. Or even as an alternative take at the dictatorships of the past, as is often done in fiction. Of course it can also just be a more regular futuristic style with an aggressive flare.
In the Dystopian folder you will find alternative top items: Dystopian Army and Dystopian Army Damaged and additional items: the shinwears and tablet (for both G8 female and male). For the skirt and shoes you will find no alternative items, but carefully crafted textures and styles.
There are two different color palette / materials sets for the Dystopian Army, while both versions (regular and damaged) get an additional 6 materials for the metals only, so that they can easily be customized to your liking. The Dystopian Army alternative metals come with and without logo options, so you can add your own logo on the texture or in postwork if you are so inclined.
There are no no-logo options for the damaged version, since it is already hardly visible there.
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