GGN: Bottoms #03

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Usage: Okay for commercial and personal use.

Required: Floral Sundress V4 and/or In Vogue V4 (second from bottom)

Info: Textures for the skirt part of the Floral Sundress and for the skirt from the In Vogue outfit. The latter is a bit stretchy with the texture, but I used it because it fits close to the hips before flaring outward. With longer tops, the stretchiness is a little less of an issue.

The skirt part of the sundress is low on the hips and so it’s meant to be used with the Bah Humbug top and Cajj sweater. Textures for the sundress will also work on versions for other figures.

Poser (mc6) and DAZ Studio (dsa, with blank pz2 files so they can be read in the Poser runtime.)

Presets:

prev_ggn-skirts-free-presets01 Skirt from Floral Sundress V4

prev_ggn-skirts-free-presets02 Skirt from In Vogue V4

Next up, the non-free skirts and then onward to footwear! Which are the still quite popular Bossy Boots and Sensible Shoes.

On a side note, it would be nice to have a realistic-looking denim jacket for V4 or any other newer female figure. Most of the ones I’ve run across are short and tight-fitting. I converted the V3 Denim Jacket to V4, but it breaks a lot when posing.

Anyway, and as usual, let me know if there are any problems with the zip file.

GGN: Bottoms #02

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Usage: Okay for commercial and personal use.

Required: Long Leggings V4 and/or Short Leggings V4

Info: Textures for the two styles of leggings. While not free, they’re RDNA Real Deals and inexpensive — and often go on sale. They have a little extra detailing too.

The solid colors are a shiny Lycra look; depending on what lights you’re using, you might want to adjust the specular values or just switch from Plastic to Metallic for a matte surface.

The textures will work with the versions for other figures.

Poser (mc6) and DAZ Studio (dsa, with blank pz2 files so they can be read in the Poser runtime.)

Presets:

prev_ggn-leggings-presets-long Long Style

prev_ggn-leggings-presets-short Short Style

Let me know if there are any issues with the zip files or if you have questions.

Next up, skirts…

GGN: Top #04

prev_ggn-cajj-sweaterDOWNLOAD

Usage: Okay for personal and commercial use.

Required: Cajj Sweater V4

Info: The last set of mix-n-match tops! I know these textures aren’t for outfits as exciting as this one, but hopefully they’ll still be useful. :P

The Cajj Sweater — shown up there on Genesis 1/Victoria 5 — works well with pants and skirts which fit close to the hips, and of course leggings. It also has a few adjustment morphs as well as detailing that makes the sweater look like it has some weight. It’s not free, but it’s not terribly expensive either (and it’s on sale through tomorrow!)

Poser (mc6) and DAZ Studio (dsa, with blank pz2 files so they can be read in the Poser runtime.)

Presets:

prev_ggn-cajj-sweater-presets

On to skirts, leggings, and tights!

GGN: Tops #03

prev_ggn-in-style-sweater DOWNLOAD

Usage: Okay for personal and commercial use.

Required: In Style Outfit V4

Info: Solid colors for the sweater to match the various prints and plaids. (Skirt plaid textures are in the queue!) Not free, but if you don’t have this outfit yet, Gen4 stuff goes on sale at DAZ relatively often by now, and usually at decent discounts.

The sweater is useful for mix-n-match outfits because it’s not too long and has several adjustment morphs to help fit it over clothing other than the skirt it’s designed for. It also has some nice detailing with folds and wrinkles.

Poser (mc6) and DAZ Studio (dsa, with blank pz2 files so they can be read in the Poser runtime.)

Presets:
prev_ggn-in-style-sweater-presets

And — drum roll please! — I can now check to see if my presets work in Poser, because a Mysterious Stranger has gifted me with Poser 10!

I am so very grateful for this act of generosity, and now all I have to do is figure out how to use the program. Learning curve for sure, and I can be a little slow, but I am determined to become at least functionally competent.

(This is somewhat complicated by my husband buying me an iPhone for my birthday and me subsequently downloading the Hay Day game, which is ridiculously addictive. 😳 This would account for the recent less-than-exciting previews for the downloads. I apologize for that, but my farm calls — usually in moos and squawks and oinks, etc.)

ANYway, until I get up to speed, Poser users will likely have to continue adjusting material settings.

This is unrelated to the download, but I’m disappointed the Ali hair up there on Rasine does not work properly in DS4.9. Bummer.

Let me know if there are any issues with the zip or the files, or if you have any questions.