Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser® Released by e frontier
Easy Clothing Creation for Poser 3D Human Characters
Scotts Valley, June 21, 2006 - e frontier announced today the release of Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser for Windows®. Virtual Fashion allows users to easily design 3D garments such as dresses, jackets, skirts, and shoes on Poser’s most popular figures Miki, James, Jessi and Terai Yuki. While Virtual Fashion was originally created by Reyes Infografica to design high-end clothing for companies such as Gucci, Prada and La Perla, Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser was specifically modified to easily design and export “dynamic clothing” directly into Poser. Poser users of all levels can now create their own clothing for Poser figures.
Virtual Fashion for Poser has an intuitive user interface that makes creating garments for Poser figures faster than was previously available. The workflow-based interface of Virtual Fashion moves users through a series of steps to quickly create almost any garment. After garments are designed, fabric choices such as silk, cotton, denim or fur are selected and simulated in a FittingRoom. Garments are then taken to the PhotoStudio, where lights and camera angles are set. In the final step, the MaterialEditor adjusts materials and changes fabric colors. After the garments are created, print-ready images can be easily produced in a virtual photo-shoot.
Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray, DC Comic Artist said, “This software is great for quickly making unique custom clothing. I can now easily make boots or clothing for my Ghost character.”
Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser exports garments in native Poser file format and is quickly accessed in Poser libraries for Poser figures. The program creates its own runtime folders in Poser and automatically uploads every new garment into the Poser library.
Laslo Vespremi, e frontier’s Director of Strategic Marketing said, “We are very excited about this release. Virtual Fashion is a fantastic tool for all Poser artists who want to create garments. Creating clothing in CAD software is normally a very complex task involving sophisticated modeling software requiring a steep learning curve, but Virtual Fashion has changed all that - it is so easy to use, and artists who have no previous training in 3D modeling or fashion design will be up and running in no time.”
Special Pricing and Availability:
Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser will sell for an introductory price of $79.99 (USD) until June 30, 2006. After June 30, 2006, the regular price for Virtual Fashion will be $99.99 (USD).
Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser will be available as an electronic download (ESD) only and sold directly from the company’s web stores and e frontier’s reseller partners, Renderosity, 3D Commune and RunTimeDNA.
e frontier: www.e-frontier.com/go/virtualfashion
Virtual Fashion Basic for Poser runs on Windows 2000 or Windows XP; 800 Mb of hard drive space; Pentium IV or AMD, 1.5Ghz or better; with a Graphics Card NVIDIA Geforce4 / ATI RADEON 8500 64MB or any card similar or better with a minimum of 64Mb on board RAM.
Review Copies are Available upon Request
Daryl Wise, PR Manager
Laslo Vespremi, Director of Strategic Marketing
About e frontier America, Inc.
e frontier, Inc., and its subsidiary companies develop and publish a diverse range of software products worldwide, produce quality computer graphic content and publish software-related books and magazines. The company is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
For more information, go to www.e-frontier.com.
About Virtual Fashion
Virtual Fashion is a division of Reyes Infografica, the 3D software company set in Madrid, creator of the set of Reyes plug-ins: MetaReyes, CartoonReyes, DirtyReyes, JetaReyes, SurfReyes, NPR1 and specially ClothReyes, the first commercial cloth simulation software.
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