I was going for a vintage 50s holiday card look. Here’s the stylized 50s V4 dial morph; you’ll need both Morphia and V4’s Morphs ++. There are two body versions: the first is shorter and broader through the chest (above) and the second is taller and thinner. Dial morph only, no textures, though I used the REC Toon Tones for Gen4.
A few places to haunt for holiday freebies:
Not free, but a pretty good bargain:
Mec4D’s Santa for Genesis. The TOU are more restrictive than most purchased content, but if you’re just messing around with stuff for yourself, it’s a nice and inexpensive Santa set. (There’s also a Dawn version, which I also own.) Fitting it to other shapes is hit-or-miss — the chest area folds can deform — but looks pretty good with a bit of extra effort and, if necessary, a little tweaking in postwork.
Her chest area required some postwork. 😛
And because I was in a holiday rendering mood, one more!
I wanted more gravity on the front part of the tree but will assume it just bounced up as the VW went over a bump in the road.
Oh, and I’ll have a few freebies over at Fantasy Attic for the HiveWire family.
Edited to add: A non-postworked preview of the 50s V4 stylized character, this time with the taller and thinner torso option:
Using the transfer morph feature in DS4 allows clothes to fit even the more extreme shapes to V4’s body. Adding mesh smoothing and subdivision to Morphia also improves the look of the figure. I forgot to mention that her eyeballs should be nudged forward a bit; I think I set the Z Translation dial to -0.10 for each.