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|Product Name:||Ultimate Natural Bend Morphs for Genesis 8 Female|
|Published Artist(s):||K.H. Image Studio|
Ultimate Natural Bend Morphs for Genesis 8 Female
This is a set of JCMs and MCMs to enhance the joint bendings of Genesis 8 Female characters to appear more natural and appealing. Sculpted in Zbrush for a universal fit, altogether 98 morphs express natural human anatomy and muscular movement.
Thigh/Buttock Shape Definition
When thighs are bent forward, the buttocks express a more natural look. The use of multi-rotational JCMs allows leg movement with minimum distortion at the thigh/pelvis joints and with natural thigh muscular definition. This makes the legs flexible enough to take more extreme poses like ballet splits while retaining beautiful and natural thighs. Bent Knee Definitions
There are four stages of Bent Knee definitions per shin to accommodate the complexity of knee shapeshifts when the shin is bent. Elbow Bend Definition
Carpal bones are defined. Neck Movement Definition
The neck movement morphs are connected to Pose Control: Neck-Head parameters. Neck-Head Up-Down Neck-Head Side-Side Neck-Head Twist All 3 movements are sculpted to express the complex muscularity of the neck. Scapula/Armpit Definition
The scapula movement morphs are connected to the collar bones. Front-Back, Bend Up-Down, Twist movements are sculpted to express shifting scapula shapes. Individual Parameter Control
JCMs are categorized individually for easy control and navigation. You can set the strength of the effect as you like. To find the parameters, go to Genesis 8 Female> Actor > Full Body>Real World > K.H. Image Studio>Ultimate Natural Bend Morphs for Genesis 8 Female All figure images rendered with Normal Map off.
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