|Product Name:||Going for a Ride Poses for Genesis 8|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
So you've picked up the Vintage Carriage set with the Barouche and the Police Wagon, but you don't know what to do with them? Worry no more! Going for a Ride Poses for Genesis 8 is the answer! Inside this Digital 3D Pose Set, you'll find 3 Vignette Poses each for both the Barouche and the Police Wagon Carriages. The poses are designed specific to each carriage and cover a wide range of possibilities for your renders.
The Barouche Carriage Vignettes (3 in total) feature 4 poses each (12 total poses): 1 Hierarchical Pose Preset for the Horse 2 (please use the Barouche !ALL option as it loads the Horse 2 with the Carriage and the Harness and Tack in place), 2 pose presets for Genesis 8 Males (there are 2 in each Vignette), and 1 Pose for the Genesis 8 Female. Keep in mind that you can use these poses on Genesis 8.1, no need to change or fiddle with the posing. You can also choose not to use the entire poses in each Vignette, but use the poses you need for your scene.
The Police Wagon carriage likewise comes with 3 Vignettes to chose from, but the pose dispersal is a little different. Each Vignette includes 1 Hierarchical Pose Preset for the Horse 2 (again, please use the Police Wagon !All option in the Vintage Carriage Set as it will load the Horse 2, Carriage, and all appropriate Horse-Related Gear), but the first Vignette uses 2 Male and 2 Female Genesis 8/8.1 Figures, which you can split into sections should your computer lack the fortitude to render all 5 figures. The second Vignette (4 poses total) and the third Vignette (3 poses total) are designed to be used together but are split into 2 separate parts that can be used for your rendering needs. Don't need all the Figures in the Vignette? That's fine. Remove or add them as you see fit.
As always, FeralFey poses are fact-checked for gravity, balance, and realism.
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