Mythic Collection For Poser And DAZ Studio

Emma Alvarez and Ironman13 just launched a new product:

Get it here: Mythic Collection: Poses and Backdrops

Sometimes people buy backgrounds and it's hard to match the characters with them. So those beautiful backgrounds end being useless. This product allows matching them perfectly with your characters.

The backgrounds can be open in Photoshop or any other app for 2D users, and also loaded into Poser or DAZ Studio. You can also add lights that come with this pack. There are 2 types of light: with IBL and ambient occlusion, and others that don't have this but look great and can make very fast renders. Both are specially done for these backgrounds.

The 10 backgrounds are huge (2400x3000, 300 ppi), you can scale them very big, but in addition they also come in preloads scaled for V4. You can rotate them to change the perspective, translate and frame them with the camera to get interesting results.

In addition, it has 60 poses that Ironman13 did specially for each background. Some are thought for some of the backgrounds but you can use them in any of them.

• 10 Backgrounds, 2400x3000, 300 ppi, JPG for use in any graphics editor
• 3D Backdrop to use the backgrounds directly in 3D, Poser and Daz Studio. Move, translate and rotate to adjust it to your needs.
• 60 poses for V4 for use anywhere (30 left + 30 right)
• 60 poses for V4 that match preloads (30 left + 30 right)
• 10 MAT poses to change the backdrop texture + Daz Studio adjuster for use in Daz
• 10 matching IBL + Ambient Occlusion light sets
• 10 matching non-IBL no AO light sets
• 10 Preloads with backgrounds and lights already in place
• Render Settings for Poser
• Render Settings Tutorial to get the most out of your renders!
• Quickstart manual with instructions and usage tips to get the most of this product!

Get it now as launch price 30% Off!!!

Get it here: Mythic Collection: Poses and Backdrops

-Jordi R. Cardona-

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Richard C. Lambert said...

That is brilliant! I struggle with white background photos. Actually bought a white vinyl canvas from a photo backdrop seller but it is quite large. I might cut it down and use this same trick. Thanks for sharing! Enjoy the day.

Jordi R Cardona said...

I think you have commented to a wrong post, maybe?. This is not photography it is a 3d product. An old one, not available in this moment.

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