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|Product Name:||dForce Akai Hebi for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Females|
This dForce Akai Hebi wearable set for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Females is a historical Japanese-themed outfit for your models who need to play the role of a vagabond, a yakuza, a traveler, or a simple countryside character.
The core item of this set is a yukata (an informal kimono) that has been created with a wide array of shaping morphs, a fully rigged belt (sash), and many, many Iray material options.
Modeled after the attire of a female dealer in a yakuza run dice-game (called Cho-han), the yukata can be morphed and simulated to created the various forms of undress to portray the honesty of the dealer as is customary during a round of high stakes dice.
There is also a massive selection of base material presets, material colors for the gown and the sash, overlay prints and colors to stack over the bases, material finishes, and the freedom to assign your own color schemes to the majority of the material presets by simply changing the relevant color settings in the Surfaces panel for the yukata.
Only a few of the material, overlay, and texture finish combinations have been shown in this product's promotional images since the magnitude of combinations makes it near impossible to individually portray them all.
Along with the yukata, there is also a sarashi (traditional chest binding), roningasa (hat), kiseru (pipe), and pair of geta sandals to complete the full set. These articles come with additional shaping morphs and alternative material options to add some diversity to the mix.
If your Genesis 8 and 8.1 Female characters are ever in need of anything from a simple gown to wear to bed or full-on battle attire to cut down the bad guys in, the dForce Akai Hebi for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Females will have them covered!
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