Pulp Poses – Dawn & Dusk

Download: Retro Pulp Poses for Dawn & Dusk (DAZ Studio only)

Yeah…still puttering around with these, lol! Better late than never? With Genesis 2, I left off adjusting a few of the G2M poses. Gotta get back to that.

DS only, though Poser users could apply the V4/M4 versions to Dawn and/or Dusk and adjust the results — the hands and feet are usually the areas that need the most adjustment but will also likely be what you’d need to adjust to fit your scene plans anyway.

(For newer visitors, there is a Genesis version here.)


ZAPP!!!!


Escape!


Space Babe Nolah!


Incoming Trouble! (without the halftone effect)

Adjust poses accordingly for body shapes, clothing, and whatever else needs adjusting (several above have adjustments from the original poses.)

As usual, Dawn and Dusk made use of other figure’s clothing closets. Though the Dawn Go Go Boots are great for these pulpy style projects. As is Dusk’s Hero Hair.

Parasol pose

Download Parasol Poses – Multi Figure

I needed a simple holding-a-parasol pose, couldn’t find one, so made one for G2F, then lazily converted it with the free Daz3d Pose Converter script utility to G1F, G3F, and G8F. Converted it to Dawn SE too, though that one’s a little rougher than the others. But they’re at least decent starting points for your parasol-toting ladies.

I used the parasol from Edwardian Accessories for G2F but any other parasol or umbrella will work with a few adjustments to the prop and hands.

If your lady has a poofy hair prop or is wearing a wider/lower hat, just bend the right hand to move the parasol farther away from her head.

Pulp poses, Genesis

Converted from the M4/V4 set, for original flavor Genesis. Download here.

Made with the base male and female shapes, so adjustments will likely be necessary for larger or smaller figures, bustier figures, more muscled figures, etc.

I’m about halfway through converting the Genesis 2 version. Slowly making progress!

 

Holiday renders #04 (plus some little freebies)

A render for the cat people. Another inspiration from Pinterest.

Hivewire House Cat contemplating more mayhem. Most of the decorations were from RDNA holiday freebie fests, but a couple are DAZ products: Yuletide Joy Ornaments and Christmas Tree Ornaments. I think I might have got them as freebies though.

I do sometimes buy holiday products, even if it doesn’t seem that way, ha!

And…I created a static card prop with mat poses for DS and Poser. Images for the front only, no interior. The card is sized more for display on a shelf or table but I also added a resize preset to make it more human hand friendly (middle card.) If you want to make your own card front, crop images to around 700×900 pixels.

Download: DAZ Studio (duf, dsa) and Poser (pp2, mc6)

Also, I saved the cat pose. It’s not fine-tuned so feel free to improve upon it. 🙂

Pose Preset: Click and Save Link As:

HW Cat – Sitting Mischief.duf

Thumb: Click Save As

Hopefully the contents of the zip file work okay — please let me know if something goes amiss! I included both the DS and Poser content libraries in one zip file because I’m feeling lazy. Just delete whichever one doesn’t suit your needs.

Also, I didn’t make any iray presets but converting them with the basic uber looks fine to me:

 

 

Retro SciFi Pulp Poses

Very late with these, and so far only M4 and V4. I do intend to convert them to other figures, but it could be a while. (Feel free to convert them yourself, if so inclined, rather than waiting for my tardy arse to get them done.)

Download here: Retro SciFi Pulp Poses for M4/V4

Let me know if there are any issues with the zip file. I did throw this together in a bit of a rush. I’ve kept Will waiting for far too long. 😛

A few previews, for references:


Set 01


Set 02


Set 03

And to keep this post holiday-themed, a cornfield background image! I did have a chance to get this idea done. (I did NOT get a chance to play with the new DS shader, but I have two forum topics bookmarked, have read both PDF manuals, and will get to it soon.)

Click to view the full image (3000×3000) and then save. Commercial renders allowed.

The only freebie I used in that one is the wooden sign by Powerage, and commercial render use allowed per the readme file.