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|Product Name:||dForce Gothic Doll Outfit and Hair for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Female|
|Published Artist(s):||WillDupre, Cris Palomino|
The Gothic Doll for Genesis 8 Female and Genesis 8.1 Female was created as an homage to the Gothic Lolita subculture in Japan where women dress in romantic period style clothing with a Gothic edge. This package comes with a jacket complete with lace cuffs and collars and a belled skirt that can be used with or without dForce dynamics and can be posed manually to adjust for your character’s leg movements. It also comes with a pair of lacy pantaloons, shin-high wool stockings with lace garters, and thick-soled, romantic Mary Jane shoes with 2 buckles. There's even a dForce twin ponytail hairstyle that's rigged so you can pose the ponytails any way you want and be used with or without dForce dynamics. The ponytails also have the option to either use scrunchies or bows to hold them together. The set also comes with a purse, an umbrella, and a knife. The package comes with multiple material options for a wide variety of styles.
The best way to load the Gothic Doll Hair is from the Wearable presets in the Main Gothic Doll Ponytails library, assuming you did not load it as part of the Gothic Doll Complete wearable in the Gothic Doll Clothing Library. The individual Hair Parts are also available in the Parts sub-library but it is recommended that you use the wearables to load the hair rather than the individual parts due to the fact that the hair can have issues if the parts aren't applied to the Proper Base, If you absolutely need to load the hair parts separately we have included instructions in the name of the hair part to indicate which base the part needs to be applied to in order to work properly.
Notes on Utility Presets:
Gothic Doll Shoe Pose : it is recommended that you use this pose after applying another pose to the figure if the pose causes pokethrough due to toe movements which are not supported by Shoes. You may need to adjust the foot angles after applying the Shoe Pose in order to align the shoes more precisely to the surface it is resting on.
Skirt/Bangs Stiff – Relaxed : Set to stiff by default the dynamics have been set to stiff by default, keeping the dynamic items to their general original shape with minimal draping, selecting relaxed will allow the dynamics to move more naturally and in the case of the skirt deflate from its default bell shape except at the waistline.
Display Preview Hair Off - On : turns on or off visibility of generated hairs, it is highly advised to leave this setting at the default of Off during posing as the generated hair can slow down manipulation of the figure in studio by quite a bit, leaving it off won’t effect rendering but you can use the On setting to view the generated hair in Iray Preview mode.
Ponytail Base Turn Off – On Visible in Simulation: Set to On by default, leaving it on keeps the ponytail hair generally fixed on the base bones of the ponytail base when simulating, turning it off allows the hair to drape more naturally but with less control.
Ponytails Default - Double Hair Thickness: the ponytails use a High volume of generated hairs due to the limited amount of guide hairs available at the base, the default setting of 300 should be good for most scenes but in scenes where a very light background is behind the ponytails you may want to up the hair count to 600 to add some thickness.
Turn Off - On start Bones from Memorized Pose: this Simulation setting will change the default simulation mode from Off to On, It is highly advised when you are using hair simulation that you turn this setting to Off to allow the hair to drape more consistently with the way you have posed the hair.
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