Asira v1.00 (Blender 2.92) [Ashnar]

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Ashnar's Asira

If there are any bugs, please notify me on Twitter

@BDAnimare on twitter so I can see what you make! (I did NOT make the model. Ashnar did.)

Ashnar: "Conditions for use: Have fun, learn something, share your results, but please avoid making me regret sharing this, as it may affect my desire to also share future models. Try to create something artful at least. You make modify and create your own characters from this model, but try to make it unique as possible, as I retain rights to this character, she will be featured in future storylines.

Licence is basically: Creative Commons BY (Where Credit due) / NC (Non Commercial use, No Reselling, and certainly not for use for any pay-walled porn, renders or animations) / Character Copyright fully retained by me, unless you modify the character model to look fully unique."

v1.00 May. 20, 2020 (Blender 2.82) Release notes:

  • Released for Blender 2.82

Notes and what have you:

  • The hair is currently not visible in the viewport to improve performance but is still visible in renders. To turn on the hair in the viewport, select Asira.Scalp.LongHair/ShortHair/Tail, go to the modifier properties (gear icon in the Properties panel) and click the TV/monitor icon. Alternatively, you can select the eye icon in the Outliner but it hides the tail itself.



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Filename Downloads Created Filesize
  Asira_Base_001.blend   4984 2020-05-20 03:27:54 16.18 MB
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