Aisha Clan-Clan (Outlaw Star) [banchouforte]

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Source: banchoufotre (DeviantArt)

"Well this took a while, here are the boring reasons.

I decided to implement some of the stuff I use for my personal work into my free models so you will see new things in this one like: A new skin with abs an some muscles, then I decided to make my own node group to use all with speculars and normals, also added a color "outline" and another outline that reacts to the environment. (The render on the left was taken with an hdri image, the one on the right with the usual withe background) I did something similar to the clothes but in a minor scale. I also changed the skeleton to use bendy bones and implemented some simple breast physics. Some other things that I don't remember.

You can expect these modifications in my future projects too, since I already did the hard work. IMPORTANT NOTE: FROM NOW ON YOU NEED TO USE BLENDER 2.79 OR NEWER TO USE MY MODELS

Character: Aisha Clan-Clan Origin: Outlaw Star Format: .blend file for Blender Cycles (2.79 or newer) Original Character created by Takehiko Ito 3D Model made by banchouforte

And as usual: Fell free to use/edit/fix whatever you want of the model. You're totally free to use/edit this model as you want just mention my name somewhere in the credits."


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Importing DAZ models into Blender
Using the Diffeomorphic DAZ Importer for Blender.

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