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|Product Name:||Rio HD for Genesis 8.1 Female|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
|Created By:||Morris, Emrys|
Rio HD breaks the Genesis binary mold with beautiful sculpting by Emrys and detailed textures built for Rio by Morris. Greats pains were taken by the sculpting to limit the amount of stretching of the textures and distortion typically caused to clothing by custom shapes. Because of this, most male and female clothing work with Rio - kitbash to your heart's content; Rio was built for it! Rio's HD custom morph was built on the Genesis 8.1 Female base, and the textures were built on the Genesis 8.1 Female UVs, take full advantage of the PBR shader, and include beautiful Legacy Iray materials for those that still prefer Legacy Iray. Three different character/body presets are included for Rio: a cis male, a cis female, and a FTM transgender male. Textures also include FTM top surgery scars and a RFFF forearm scar. The tattoos were taken directly from photos and include a tattoo over the RFFF forearm scar. Also included is a set of subtle to a bit more glamorous makeup options that can be further adjusted for color and sheen in the surfaces tab and makeup dial. Rio includes several custom-sculpted options for added realism and diversity. Celebrate LGBTQ pride in the month of June and all year long with Rio HD for Genesis 8.1 Female. While the PBR shader is optimized to work well under just about any light setting, we highly recommend True Illusion HDRI Lighting Volume 2 by Paper Tiger. The Black and White renders were done entirely in Daz Studio rendered with monochrome lighting/tone mapping by Paper Tiger. All of the renders were done with the PBR Shader unless otherwise labeled.
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