Today’s promo is “War Goblins”.
On another note I’ve been suspended from Facebook for 30 days for telling a FB scammer/ catfish to piss-off. I look forward to these FB bans now as when they occur my productivity levels shoot way up!
And if you didn’t know, it was another one of these bans from back in January that prompted me to start this series!
Anyhow, to the releases!
I’m confused. The promo today is all about goblins, but this dude’s promo page says he’s a dwarf?
He’s intricately detailed with a character preset (face & body morph combined), 2 skin options, normal maps, something called “subdermal options” (I’ve never seen that before), 14 eye options, makeup options (!), and 5 eyebrow materials. Genital maps are not listed.
I don’t render fairy tale or fantasy scenes so it’s going to be a hard pass for me. Sorry! But he’s an amazing looking character.
Next up is a set of five fantasy sword collection from fjaa3d.
Features five separate swords, poses to place the sword in either your figure’s left hand or right hand, and multiple material options for the sword, gems, grips, handles, and lights.
It’s going to be a no for me on this one since I rarely render any scenes involving swords.
Josh is an amazing character creator and 3D sculptor, and this goblin character is amazing and very highly detailed (Level 4 SubD).
This release comes with a character preset, shape preset, and materials. Genital textures are not listed.
I’m going to have to pass on this one as well. I simply don’t render goblins. Sorry! But he’s a beautiful creature though.
It comes with pants, shirt, vest, backpack, mug, walkingstick, lantern, and pipe.
It’s interesting that we don’t actually know what this set looks like as only a smooth-shaded render promo is provided.
But it’s going to be a no for me. This is a very niche outfit for fantasy scenes and renders, and that’s just not my gig.
Four distinct different materials are listed in the promos, and that’s about it.
Not sure I would ever want to put a saddle on a dog. It’s not like a dog can carry much weight on his or her back and legs.
If your scenes call for any inland water then this environemnt will help.
And this is going to be a must buy for me. As I’ve said before, you can never have too many sets or environments to place your figures in! Just don’t forget to bring the bug spray.
This release adds 20 hierarchical poses for the Medusa character.
It’s going to be a no for me on this one as well. Sorry.
This character features a head & body morph, lashes, different fingernail types, 10 makeup options, 4 eye liners, 10 lip colors, 9 nail designs, eye lash colors, genital maps, and more.
She’s a beautiful character, but I’m going to have to pass. I have way too many female characters as it is. Sorry!
33 patterned cotton, 33 patterned silk, 11 plain cotton, 11 plain silk, and includes sizing, and tiling utilities.
Yes. Buying. Because releases like this are perfect for re-texturing your existing wardrobe.
Next up is a utility that adds Iray moss and lichen to bricks and stone from MartinJFrost.
It basically helps you turn your existing stone structures into really old structures by adding natural moss and lichen to the stone. It’s designed to complement the Ancient Stones utility.
And it’s going to be a buy for me. This set quickly turns your architecture elements in very old pieces adding a sense of time and realism to your scenes.
Last up is a pose set for the goblin released today and the DAZ Dire Wolf from Ensary.
Ok, well at least now I understand why they released a freakin’ saddle for a dog. LOL!
This pose set has 10 separate poses for the goblin character, and 10 separate poses for the dog. I mean wolf.
And that’s it for me today. Until next time, please be kind to yourself and to each other!
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Thanks for reading!