Streets of Asia 3: Courtyard

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Take a break from the busy city life of Eastern Asia, and jump into an age-old setting full of history, intricasy, and beauty. Streets Of Asia 3: Courtyard is a cozy courtyard where your characters can relax after a long day’s work, cultivate a delicate garden, or even engage in combat with warriors from a rival clan. The set comes with several options for customization, including columns, trees, grass, walls, basic pavement, and an overgrown courtyard.

This product includes:
1 DSON Core Installer
1 Poser Core Installer
1 DAZ Studio Legacy Installer

Streets of Asia 3: Courtyard (.DUF, .DAZ, .PP2 and .OBJ)
!StreetsOfAsia3_V1 (Overgrown Courtyard)
!StreetsOfAsia3_V2 (Basic Paved Courtyard)
Column
Grass
PineTree
Wall
Textures Include:
4 Texture and Alpha Maps (128 x 128)
5 Texture, Bump and Alpha Maps (256 x 256)
3 Texture, Bump and Alpha Maps (256 x 512)
16 Texture, Bump and Alpha Maps (512 x 512)
7 Texture, Specular and Bump Maps (512 x 2048)
4 Texture and Bump Maps (1024 x 512)
14 Texture, Displacement and Bump Maps (1024 x 1024)
2 Texture and Bump Maps (1024 x 2048)
3 Texture, Displacement and Bump Maps (2048 x 1024)
10 Texture and Bump Maps (2048 x 2048)
2 Texture Maps (4096 x 1024)

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    Stefan Miller

    May 29, 2013

    Brilliant addition to Streets of asia – Thanks Hounddog

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    twistedjinn

    May 30, 2013

    By the gods I have been looking for this one!

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    DesertRat(US)

    May 30, 2013

    Just FYI: the readme says it will take a powerful computer to use this one, but I didn’t have any trouble with it in PP 2012 and then importing it into Vue 10. A little slow, but it works fine. I have 4Gb Ram & only a dual core processor. Highly recommended 😮

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    myducky666

    May 30, 2013

    great share! thank you so much. @D.R. thanks for the info. i was going to do the exact same thing with daz and import to Vue 10 as well.

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