Info: The “hag bag” can be fitted to characters other than V4 for the world’s quickest and easiest runtime Halloween costume. Short Dreads was the best freebie hair prop I could find for adapting to a clown costume (and it’s pretty good for ordinary dreads too, of course!)
Edited to add that I included the cherry-red mat in the Short Dreads file — after I created the promo. I’m too lazy to re-do the preview up there, but the red mat that I used with K4 and Pippin is included. Don’t know why I didn’t think to do this the first time around…
NOTE: While they are too numerous to list here, Mylochka has a bunch of Disney-inspired heroine and villainess dress textures for the DAZ Morphing Fantasy Dress. The textures fit most other figure versions of the MFD. Bonus V4 skin textures for the villainess characters are included.
Edited to add: Headkase, the creator of Bossy Boots and Sensible Shoes, has given his permission for limited redistribution of these files. I have most of these files; email me if you’d like a zip file and agree to Headkase’s TOU.
Info: First download includes textures for two K4 outfits. One is a set of sparkly textures for the Fantasy Outfit K4 (which is no longer available.) The other two are textures for the suit from Regency Boy K4 (but ignore the “boy” part; the outfit is unisex.) Textures for the outfits only, but I included a refit to K4 for the M4 Short Dreads and the red hair mat.
Second download includes a few outfit textures to go along with the Pippin clown/doll set. Requires the Tights and Mary-Jane Shoes set (also here), Pants and T-Shirt set (page 2 of the Pippin Section), Little Dress set (page 4 of the Pippin section), Overalls, and Cap and Sneakers set (page 2 of the Pippin section.) A second skin shirt is included for use with the overalls. It’s a neutral gray and can be re-colored in the diffuse channel. I’m not a big fan of fake buttons and bows, but they have their uses. Button-less and bow-less options available.
A few multicolor textures for the M4 Short Dreads are coming soon. The K4 refit is a quickie one, and for whatever reason the pz2 exporter script messes up the y-translation setting. It’s not a huge problem, but it’ll likely be necessary to ease the hair prop down a smidgen even after applying the refit pose.
As usual, I need to point out that while I can convert .dsa files to .pz2 format, I don’t own Poser and can’t test the files. As far as I know, the mat presets apply with no problems, but surface settings may need to be adjusted.
NOTE: If you have a texture converter or work with re-mapped M4/V4/K4 figures, many of these Gen4 textures are reasonably unisex (except for any genital details, of course.) UTC2 owners can also convert Mil3 textures to Gen4, and vice versa. The clown PSD fits over M4’s face with a minimal of fiddling. The Mil3 figures can all wear the same textures, for the most part. There’s an extra leg material zone for A3 and H3, so that would need to be updated in the surfaces tab.
Info: First download requires only the K4 base, as I didn’t include any face dial morphs. I created the set because commercial clown character sets for K4 are lacking a bit in diversity. Textures are unisex, so you can use them with any of your favorite K4 morphs. The set includes four skin tones with two clown face paint styles each, four eye maps, four lash options, and three nail options. The skin textures are very simple. There are some details, but they’re not photo-realistic. If more realism is needed, add the clown face PSD from Most Digital Creations to any existing K4 character texture (just remember to save the new head texture with a different file name!)
Second download is a clown/doll texture set for Pippin (requires Pippin Basket; click on the Pippin section on the left menu.) There are four skin tones with two face styles each, five eye colors, a multicolor lash option, a red fingernail option, a clownish texture for the hair, and three clownish styles for the diaper, which also match the leaf band bow for the hair. A fit for M4 Short Dreads to Pippin is included, as well as the cherry-red hair mat (I have one of these for K4 too, in next week’s freebie.)
Again, Poser users will likely need to tweak the surface settings. I can convert .dsa files to .pz2, but since I don’t own Poser, I can’t test the results.