Category: "Fantasies Realm Market"

Sep/09
2016

Link: https://fantasiesrealm.com/market/Designers/Sidhe-Rose-Graphics/BSC-Ira-M4-Exclusive

BSC Ira M4
Ira is part of a new collection of characters by SRG, collectively known
as "The Black Sun Clan" or "BSC". They are high quality characters at a
reasonable price for you! Ira comes with both SSS and Normal Skin Mats,
except his eyes, which are just Normal.

Everything needed for Ira is included in this package.

You get:
1 Head/Body INJ
1 All INJ
1 Head/Body REM
8 Eye Colors
IK ON/OFF
NS Skin
SSS Skin
Both sets of skins have:
Body texture
Face Default
5 O'Clock Shadow texture
Gen Mat textures
Arm Tattoo INJ/REM

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System requirements Poser 9+, Michael 4 and Morphs++.

This package has been tested on pc in Poser Pro 2014, and in D/S 3.0 - 4.9.
 
He may require some adjustments to his Diffuse and Specular Colors for use in D/S.

SEE BELOW in the NOTES: section for "DAZ Users".
Other than what is below, no other support for DAZ is offered.

Many thanks to my 'DAZ advisor and beta-tester' for her invaluable help!
 

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NOTES  

(Please check read me folder for render setting hints)
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All injections, removals, poses and application of textures can be found in the Pose
directory under ! BlackSunClan: BSC_Ira.
 
FOR Poser:

- Load M4 into Poser document from the DAZ People directory in   the FIGURES library.
- Select M4.
- Inject M4's MORPHS ++.
- From the POSE library, find his Morphs:

- Inject Head and Body Morphs or Inject All, which loads both Head and Body Morphs at once.

- GENITAL NOTE: If you use the M4 Genital, it worked fine as to fitting against his body when tested.

- Turn IK Off before selecting poses for best result.

- The Utilities directory will allow you to restore Ira to the Default Position.

- The Utilities directory will also allow you to turn Inverse Kinematics (IK) OFF for posing him.
 
It is suggested that you always turn IK off when posing him.

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For DAZ Users:

-  It will be likely that you may have to adjust Ira's Diffuse mat colors to some setting between
   100% - 110% from what they are for Poser if he is too dark.

-  You may also have to adjust his Specular mat colors up or down. It works around 8.6%. This may
   need some adjustment on his Genital as well (if used) to avoid sharp highlights on the skin.
   Also CHANGE the Specular Color on the Genital mats "GenSkin" and "Glans" (ONLY those 2 mats)
   to the RGB setting '110/110/110'.

 

Ira M4 

Sep/01
2016

Link: https://fantasiesrealm.com/market/Designers/Faerydae

Oh My Goodness. This is just one of our many talented designers that work hard to make your rendering easier.

Faerydae's latest!

 

 
 



Now is your time to start your herd. Reasonable priced you get 7 horses in this package in .png format.

They can be added to your scenes in whatever program you use that accepts .png. Create a herd for the gods/godesses or wherever you want them to be.

They are all hi-res and various size range from 2387 wide x 2376 high
Happy herding!





 
 



Mystic II: is a collection of 5 winged horses in PNG format.

 All images are very large, varying from 2997 wide to 2929 high and high resolution

All great to add to your scenes.



 
 



Halloween Inspired background which can be used for almost any gothic scene year round. Ask your muse what she can do with this and let her go!

You get 12 high resolution backgrounds. The images vary up to 4000 px on their longest side.

Can be used in any program that uses .jpg format.

Aug/28
2016

Link: https://fantasiesrealm.com/market/Designers/Faerydae

 

$8.00

Have you ever wished you could paint hair. Have a hairstyle set just "right" and choose the color then easily apply it? Now you can with this affordable digitally painted hair set.

This pack includes 10 digitally painted fantasy hairstyles in PSD format. All are in greyscale for ease of coloring. They are all in .psd format so any program that uses that can be used to create your styling.

Try using several to create your own head of hair on your characters!

In the promos you will see them both as the greyscale and with some color again.

 

 

Remembering The Dead

$8.00

Deliciously created backgrounds for your seasonal and anytime images and highly detailed yet affordable.

This pack includes 7 graveyard themed backgrounds in JPG format.

Can be used by most programs that use .jpg's.

These backgrounds are wonderfully created and leave you with endless ideas for embellishments

Aug/28
2016

Link: https://fantasiesrealm.com/market/Anima-Gemini

Come see all her free items and check back soon for more to be released.

Aug/18
2016

Link: http://osxdaily.com

    The MacBook Air is not really thought of as being expandable or upgradeable, but it turns out that with a little effort and patience, you can replace the SSD on the MacBook Air yourself. Changing the SSD on a MacBook Air can allow you to dramatically increase the storage size of the Mac and can often increase performance too, and while those are elective reasons to upgrade the devices SSD hard drive, another common reason to require swapping the SSD drive is due to an all out drive failure. That latter scenario is what led me to replace the SSD on this particular MacBook Air model for a friend, but regardless of the reason for upgrading or changing the SSD, it’s really not that difficult to do and the process is the same.

 

 

If you’re going to replace the SSD on a MacBook Air for any reason, you’ll need a few things; the new replacement SSD drive that is compatible with the Mac, a series of specific screwdrivers, at least two or three separate little bins for temporary screw storage, and some patience. Beyond that it’s really not particularly complicated, even if it involves taking apart the Mac and putting it back together again. There are many great detailed tutorials that walk through the entire process from sites like iFixIt, and we’ll link to a few below.

Keep in mind this is really only applicable to Macs that are outside of warranty service, and for those who are comfortable tooling around in their hardware. Swapping hardware may void a warranty on a newer Mac, so if the Mac is under warranty just take it to an Apple Support provider or Apple Store and they can handle all of this instead.

 

Step 1: Checking Replacement SSD Compatibility with MacBook Air

The first step is to insure the replacement SSD is compatible with the MacBook Air model. This typically depends on the model year of the MacBook Air itself, so it is critical that you know which model year the computer is. You can get the model and model year of any Mac by going to the  Apple menu and choosing “About This Mac”, where in the overview screen you will see something like “MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2012)” or similar.

 

Once you know the exact model and model year of the computer, you can find a compatible SSD drive on a reseller site like Amazon.

For the sake of this article, let’s say the MacBook Air is a 2012 model year.

 

Step 2: Picking the Replacement SSD Upgrade / Kit

There are many brands and types of replacement SSD drives to choose from, you can research this if you want to, or if you have a preferred brand then go with that. My particular choice for this project was this Transcend 240GB SSD Upgrade Kit. I like the Transcend option for several reasons; it’s well priced, it’s very fast, it’s highly rated, it offers a good warranty, and it comes with a complete upgrade kit which includes an enclosure for the old SSD as well as the necessary screw drivers to complete the job. The Transcend SSD upgrade kit is basically an all-in-one solution, meaning you won’t need to shop for the screw drivers independently (and yes, other brands offer some similar package solutions, Transcend just happened to be the best overall deal when I was shopping for this MacBook replacement drive)

And yes you can absolutely buy a different compatible SSD that does not come in a kit as well, just be sure you get the appropriate pentalobe screwdrivers and insure compatibility with the drive and the Mac. It’s entirely up to you.

 

Step 3: Back Up the Mac

You need to backup the Mac before you change or attempt to replace the SSD drive. I recommend setting up Time Machine backups on the Mac at a minimum, and some more advanced users like to do this in addition to using SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner tools to clone the drive directly over.

The only exception to this is if the drive is completely dead or missing, and then obviously there is nothing to back up.

Do not skip a backup, if you don’t backup you won’t have anything to restore the Mac to, and the replacement drive will not have your data on it. That’s not what you want. Using Time Machine also offers the advantage to being able to perform a clean install (of El Capitan or whatever else) on the replacement SSD and then restoring the Mac from the Time Machine backup after installation.

Do not skip backing up the Mac. Seriously.

 

 

Step 4: Upgrading and Replacing the MacBook Air SSD

 

Now comes the fun part; opening the Mac and swapping out the old SSD with the new replacement SSD. Get some sort of containers or a cupcake tray so that you have somewhere to keep the screws in, keeping mind that there are multiple screw sizes, lengths, and types that you’ll encounter. I like to arrange mine by size and general location of where they come out of the Mac.

This part of the process is the most technical. Users who have a strong background in tinkering with electronics will likely be comfortable on their own, but almost everyone else is going to want to review some sort of guide that details the process well. Rather than reinvent the wheel, we recommend following the detailed iFixIt guides as they are well explained, detailed, and thorough.

Basically what you’re doing is disconnecting the Mac from a power source, unscrewing the bottom panel and lifting it off, disconnecting the internal battery, then replacing the SSD. If you follow the iFixIt guide they rate the difficulty of a MacBook Air SSD replacement as “moderate” but I am confident that anyone with patience and the ability to follow instructions can get the job done rather easily, even if they’re a relative novice.

I highly recommend following the thoroughly detailed aforementioned iFixIt guide, but here are the basic steps if you’re curious as to what you’re getting yourself into:

1 – Removed the screws from the bottom of the MacBook Air (the screws are temporarily stored in the little bins above the Mac)

 

2 – Disconnect the internal battery – don’t forget this (and don’t forget to reconnect when finished)

3 – Remove the stock SSD drive (it is held in by another screw)

4 – Replace with the new SSD drive, screw it in, then reconnect the internal battery

5 – Put the bottom lid back on and screw it back in, done!

Once everything is sealed back up again, you’re ready to go. Now it’s on to the software part.

 

Step 5: Reinstalling Mac OS X and Restoring Data

Admittedly I do things in this tutorial a bit different than some other technical people do; mainly that I put a blank SSD drive into the Mac, which then required an OS install and restore, rather than cloning over the drives first. Cloning the drive ahead of time is often the best approach, but in this particular instance it wasn’t possible however because the internal stock SSD had completely failed (question mark on boot, confirmed with Apple Hardware Test), meaning there was nothing to clone. Fortunately there was a recent Time Machine backup however, which is why I went with the install and restore approach.

If you want to go the cloning route, Carbon Copy Cloner and SuperDuper are both excellent and get the job done.

Anyway, what I did in this scenario was two steps; perform a clean Mac OS X software install using a bootable USB flash key, then restore from Time Machine during setup. It worked perfectly. We’ve covered these topics before, so if you want to go this particular route (typically necessary if the original SSD failed) then refer to the following detailed walkthroughs:

Keep in mind that if you’re restoring a Mac from a Time Machine backup, you can start that process immediately after clean installing Mac OS X during the setup process.

(Quick side note: you can also attempt to restore the Mac SSD from Time Machine directly, but doing so means you typically have to re-create the Recovery partition manually and you may encounter EFI partition errors, both of which are avoidable if you just perform a direct clean install of Mac OS X system software ahead of time).

Once Mac OS X and the data has been restored to the drive, the Mac is ready to go and use as normal with a nice new shiny SSD! Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 


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