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|Product Name:||Old Park Benches Parkette|
The Old Park Benches have been around forever in this neighborhood, and the people living around here have taken advantage of the small plot of nature in the bustling city. Eventually, the municipality will get around to a fresh coat of paint, but for now, it's certainly showing the wear and tear from years of use. Though a bit rusted and scraped, the sturdy solid steel and cast iron construction are holding up quite well.
The comfortable wooden slats of the park benches allow for plenty of seating. The raccoon-proof trash bins are strategically placed to keep litter to a minimum. The tree protector cages are designed to keep those same critters from damaging the growing trees. And the cast iron Lamp posts provide the necessary lighting in the evening to keep the citizenry relatively safe. Both the leafy trees and the evergreen trees are included in the scene loads.
The Old Park Benches Parkette offers 2 full scenes, a mid-afternoon day scene and a nighttime version using the Daz Studio sun/sky environment as seen in the promos. There is also an included scene subset that can be added to any HDRI light setup that you may have in your runtime. Each scene loads with a dozen cameras already placed to take advantage of the promo lights included. The set also includes individual prop loads of the benches, trash bins, and a grass patch to add additional detail where needed. Each prop is independent and can be moved, reposition, rotated, hidden, or deleted as necessary.
The characters seen in the promos are for visualization and scaling purposes only and can be purchased in the Daz 3D store separately. Poses for the scene are available separately as well. The scene was built in Daz Studio 4.12 and was tested with DS4.16. The nighttime shots took advantage of Daz Studio's Tone Mapper with Film ISO 400.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.
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