Faces for Genesis

Faces 1 for Genesis Male, Michael 5 and Heroic Michael 5 is comprised of 10 custom face morphs without any textures.

Files for DAZ Studio 4.9 and up are optimized in this set. 

Apply Shape files directly to Genesis Male/Michael 5/Heroic Michael 5.

This is set has been tested for  DAZ Studio 4.9, not tested for Poser.

System Requirements:

PC and Mac compatible
DazStudio 4.9 or greater

Needed Files:

Genesis  available at Daz3d
Michael 5 and Heroic Michael 5


Usage Tips or Limitations:

For DAZ Studio 4.9: Load Genesis  Male Base, M5, Heroic M5  then apply Shape file. 


This is a full Remake of the Organica mer-tail adapted for V4

I added 5 Doll Textures in the set ready to load on V4

I overworked most of the Package especially the Tail as it had
Major bending issues as at the time creators were not that specialized
in Rigging.

The tail is easy-pose enabled.

Fins on the tail are conformed and ready to load in some cases
they have to be re-conformed on the tail.  Body Fins and Crowns are separate figures that need to be Conformed to V4 after loading in the scene.

I added the original Rdna Tail textures and options to hide legs of the Doll
in a separate Pose folder so this set should be complete.

Doll texture Options and Conforming Figures by Me originally made by Morphman and fully overworked.



Tetrapylon of Palmyra was in egyptian pink granite. It was a monument erected at the end of 3rd century, during renovations of Diocletian.

The platform was square, with 4 squares at each corner; and each 4 basis was under 4 columns. A statue was in the middle of each group of columns.
Like other Tetrapylons in Roman world, this was at the intersection of main streets.

It was also in relation with Janus' worship. Janus was the roman god of doors, and time (he looks past and future). So pretty good to have a link with him at crossroads. (mainly Wikipedia informations on Palmyra page).

Now, to be back in the 3D world.

All was tested in a Windows environment (W8.1). Not tested in a Mac environmet.
All was tested in Poser 11, Daz Studio 3, Daz Studio 4 (4.9).

For Daz Studio Users:
For displacement map, you need to apply manually at the base (no other part has displacement).

The better you can do is
    Strength = 100%   
    Minimum = -0.2  
    Maximum 0.2

For the Bump (Base, Pedestal, Top, Top Columns) too you need to apply the negative and positive.

For Base: as you wish for granite

For Pedestal:
    Strength = 100%  
    Minimum = -0.01   
    Maximum = 1 or 2
For Top:
    Strength = 100%  
    Minimum = -0.1   
    Maximum = 0.5
For Top Columns:  
    Strength = 100%  
    Minimum = -0.1   
    Maximum = 1

For Poser users:
If the bump and the displacement are better in Poser, for an unknown reason on the vertical of some columns you could see a 'darkest' line (depends of the light). I have no clue on this, even after some changes in the texture layers.
It seems this line isn't seeing in Daz Studio.

Required software:
Daz 3 +
Poser 4 +

Templates included to create your own textures.


Presentation scene:

Grecian outfit V4, by Richabri
River hair, by SWAM (I believe no longer available)
Wilderness backgrounds, by Manic3D (on FRM)
brushes by Coby17


Escape MotionsAmberlight 2

System requirements

Windows 10, 8, 7
Intel or AMD processor
OpenGL 2.0 graphic card
40 MB free disk space

Mac OS:
Mac OS X 10.8 and newer
Intel or AMD processor
OpenGL 2.0 graphic card
40 MB free disk space
Internet connection is required for activation.

Let me tell you right off the bat, this an animation nube here. I have made animations with Photoshop. That program within CS2 is no longer available. It has been very many years since I used it so these newer programs are very advanced for my brain to take in clearly.

Amberlight 2 is one such new program...for this newbie...however, I gave it a twirl. Impressive it is...LOL You turn it on then you are greeted with the "New Window" area where you can choose what type of animation you wish to have.

There are quite a few selections to choose from with preset "parts"  as well as preset sizes to choose from. The other controls are for rendering, choosing colors, choosing the type of animation you want it to do...this area is a lot of fun to prowl through.

When you choose the one you wish you can keep the preset size or in the upper area of the "New Window" you can customize it to your preference. There are controls to adjust the waves, colorize them, set the frequency and more.

Work AreaOnce you get your choice set then you can proceed to play with the controls. Doing that will give you an idea of what to do to increase the "waves", the area they are located in and how many places to have the animations situated. I chose a basic one to play with this first time and once time permits I can delve into it, just like one of EscapeMotions other programs called "FlamePainter".

I spent way to much time playing with the controls and not getting more images to show here but finally settled on a basic image.

SelectionsUnfortunately for me I could not figure out how to save it in the animation form to show you how it animates but I did save it to .png after hiding the background layer (much like you do in Photoshop). This way I can do what I  wanted in the first place, use the static image as an overlay for a Photoshop render.

Your work can be saved in the .amb format to keep it for later use as an animation and/or save it such as .tiff, .png, .jpg and .bmp. This is the images saved for overlaying on images.

saved as .png


The above image is a transparent png so if anyone wants it they can just do a "save as" to download it.

This how I used it:
settingsThe finished image:

RegalFinal image credits:

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Manic3D's Wilderness Backgrounds


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He is just a little one, ready to please you and make you and others smile in the imaginative renders you create.

You get:
11 Poses
3 SSS Mats ( Aqua Blue, Lavandar, Orange)
3 NS Mats ( Aqua Blue, Lavandar, Orange)
5 Eye Colors (Blue, Brown, Dark, Green, Lavander)

PC/Mac Compatible
Daz 3+ possibly
Poser 10+ only

Smooch 2.0

Smooch is an adorable original Standalone. He is a carefree spirit just looking for a good home and someone to adopt him.

You get:
1 goggle prop
12 poses
8  NS Mats (Blue, Darker Blue, Green, Grey, Orange, Red, Scale Blue, Scale Brown)
6 Eye colors (BlueGreen, Blue, Dark Brown, Green, Yellow Green and Light Brown)
8 SSS Mats (Blue, Brown, Darker Blue, Green, Grey, Orange, Red and Scale Blue)

Poser 8+
Poser Pro 2010+
PC/Mac Compatible

Mushroom Throne     

A Mushroom Throne and Mushroom Scepter for
the Mushroom King BLUE

Throne comes with Mushrooms and ivy vines
Mushroom Scepter has a mushroom on top

Poser 10+ only (will not work correctly in lower versions)
Poser Pro 2010+
PC/Mac Compatible

Mr. Grump

Grump in an original poser figure for you to use in your fantasy images or whatever situation you wish to put him in.

You get:
3  Body Mats (Blue, Green and Skin Tone)
5 Eye Colors (Blue. Blue Green, Dark Brown,Light Brown and Green
1 Ray Gun Prop
7 Character Poses
1 Ray Gun Pose

Poser 8+
Poser Pro 2010+
PC/Mac Compatible

Mr Kleine Maus

A little maus for your renders. He can be used in so many precious ways and even will have fun with your kitties.

Take him home with you and give him a loving family.

You get:
1 Cheese Piece
1 Cheese Roll
3 Mats (Brown, Grey and White)
6 Poses for Mouse
1 Pose holding cheese
2 Eye Colors (Blue and Brown)

Poser 10+ only
Poser Pro 2010+
PC/Mac Compatible

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