Praeclarusa 1: Hennin and Torque
Realistic medieval headware for V4
Praeclarusa (meaning: valuables or precious things) is the start into a new series of medieval clothes – clothes that are not longer costumes but carefully crafted 3d-products that are as close as possible to real historic garments.
This first issue, the Hennin and the Torque, brings you headgear of the 15th century with the typical rich decoration and realistic, flowing veils that follow every movement of your character.
Finally you are not longer limited to a handful of morphs when using veils!
If your shy maiden wants to hide behind her Flinder or if your witch is casting a spell – these headresses will fit the scene and move gently with the pose you’ve applied.
Look what you get:
A Hennin (static prop) with rich bead-work
A dynamic Flinder (smart prop) fitted to the Hennin
Two jeweled buckles (smart props) to decorate the Flinder after you ran the cloth simulation
A Torque (smart prop) with dynamic and static parts
A set of Pearls to decorate the Torque with realistic bead-work
A set of material-collections (Poser 6 or higher required) for each prop
11 single materials (Poser 5 or higher)
Avery detailed tutorial containing:
-a guide on how to set up your scene
-tips on how to deal with specific poses
-how to combine the headdresses with dynamic and conforming clothes
-some alternate parameters for the dynamic veils
-how to use the hats with hair and how to do the needed postwork
-and many other tips and tricks illustrated with several renders and animations where you can see the Torque and the Hennin in action.
The tutorial can be downloaded for free – please check out the Editorial section for the link!
Hair, characters and clothes used in the promotional images are not included!
Used items for the promotional images:
Addition Hair styles (only base used here) by Neftis (DAZ) – this hair was added by combining two renders. The workflow is explained in tutorial that comes with this product.
Bob World Tour (cap only) by outoftouch and Bice
Character: Farinaby SaintFox and Digital-Lion
Praeclarusa 2 – The Burgundian Dress by Digital-Lion and SaintFox
Poses by tabala, Danie and Marforno and AerySoul