LEGALITY (IN RESPONSE TO SOME EMAILS) AS LONG AS YOU JUST USE THE SKIN SHADER PART THE COPYRIGHT IS CC Zero, MEANING I RELEASE IT TO THE PUBLIC DOMAIN TO DO WHATEVER YOU WANTS WITH THIS, MAKE MONEY, NO CREDIT NEEDED, BUT IT WOULD BE APPRECIATED IF YOU LINKED YOUR SOURCES TO GIVE OTHERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO ALSO PLAY AROUND WITH THIS STUFF.
THE 3D MODEL GINNY HOWEVER IS UNDER CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0, THE SHARE ALIKE IS WHY I HAD TO ADD THAT LICENCE TO THIS FILE, BUT SHE LOOKED SO GOOD I THOUGHT IT WAS WORTH IT.
Thanks everyone for voicing your concerns! :D
In the past few years, Daz3D has gained a lot of popularity in the NSFW Game making community. It is cool to see so many game come out with such quality, enabling many NSFW enthusiast to make their first games. I only have one issue with Daz, it's not free (or rather, the models are not) :(
I'm a college bum, and I avoid spending money at all cost. That is why last year I started to use Blender for the first time. This is a project of mine that has been ongoing since I first started. I wanted to make a realistic skin shader that could compete with Daz3D, and be easy to use.
I introduce to you, the Ginny Skin Shader Suite!
A collection of 3 node trees which are not just skin shaders, but can also procedurally generate a skin texture given just a base skin color. This way new users do not have to worry about being able to paint a skin texture, anybody can play with the shader to generate a range of skin types and skin behaviors that are intuitive and don't require you to know how to use nodes to make custom materials. Ment for not only new Blender users, but for advanced users as well.
In my testing, I found that this skin shader did wonders to Dadou's "Ginny" Model, and inspired me to perfect this shader and share it. So uploaded with Dadou's permission, here is Ginny with the new shaders!
I also designed this shader to work with a range of skin colors, automatically doing the needed calculations to maintain realism. This is why there is a second character. More details about these shaders can be found in the text document included with this .blend file.
Made using Blender 2.79b
LAST MINUTE NOTE: After getting the final render images, I found out that I had my color management set to high contrast. This may have distorted my work as I was aiming for realism while having high contrast on, but I think it looks alright after resetting the contrast. So play around with this as you need to.
I also seem unable to rearrange the images of this project in order that makes sense, so good luck to you :)
Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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