dazgirlDigital content creation and 3D software company, DAZ 3D, has unveiled a new version of its 3D figure, the Girl 4. An addition to its 3D content library, it comes complete with customizable body shaping, increased texture map resolution, and improved joint rigging.

Created from DAZ 3D’s fourth-generation Unimesh, the Girl 4 is fully compatible with all Victoria 4, Victoria 4 Elite, and Aiko 4 head and body shapes, textures and poses, says the company.

Originally created by 3D graphics and games artist Kim Goossens, DAZ 3D believes, the Girl is considered one of the most famous and most eye-catching 3D models in CG arena. 

Coyly compared to a cartoonish version of a sultry 1940’s pin-up model, the company informs, the Girl is used by hobbyist and professional artists as a muse for magazine and album covers, fan art, etc.

In addition to its compatibility with all DAZ 3D models and add-on products available in the DAZ 3D online store, the Girl 4 is fully ready to animate within DAZ Studio, Carrara and Poser, and contains body and head shapes due to its ability to make use of existing DAZ 3D Unimesh characters and morphs.

According to the company, the Girl 4 base product is available for download at the DAZ 3D online store for $29.95. DAZ Platinum Club members may purchase the Girl 4 for $1.99. Corresponding product bundles range in price from $49.95 to $99.95 before sales and discounts.

Photo courtesy: DAZ 3D

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About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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