Bring your virtual horses to life!
Designed for the Daz3d Charger horse model but will also work with the Poser 4 Horse (included in Poser versions 3-6), Bloodsong's Heavy Horse and Sharkey's War Horse (a customised version of the Poser 4 horse model by Robert Sharkey), this is a comprehensive set of 44 realistic poses (14 more poses included than my same package at Renderosity), featuring the horse at work rest and play, plus a reset pose.
There are too may to list here, but they include walking, trotting, cantering, galloping, playing, bucking and rearing poses as well as 3 rider poses for Victoria/Michael.
Also includes one 30 frame animated gallop pose and 5 face poses for the charger.
As an added bonus there is included 1 extra rider pose and one CR2 (character) file of Victoria ready parented and riding the Charger.
(note as the CR2 includes the Daz3D Charger's Tack already conformed to the Charger, you need to own the Tack to be able to use this CR2 - everything else in the package will work without it though)
This is what one of my beta testers had to say about the Ultimate Charger Poses:
A fantastic product, installs itself virtually, all the poses are superb. The animation is great and easy to use, just add the background. I think you have a top notch pose pack for the Charger here. Didn't have any problems with any of the poses. I give it my votes!!"
Included in this package:
44 Charger Poses, including 1 animated gallop!
3 Rider Poses
5 Charger Face Poses
1 Bonus Rider Pose
1 Bonus CR2 (Character) featuring Victoria parented and riding the ready tacked Charger (Charger tack from Daz3d needed).
Note: A little tweaking may be needed for some of the poses when used with the P4 Horse, Bloodsong's Heavy Horse and Sharkey's War Horse
** Bloodsong's Heavy Horse is not available for sale at the current time.
** Sharkey's War Horse is available for download in the free stuff section at Renderosity.
System Requirements: PII 300 (or equivalent) upwards
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 November, 2007.