Everyday poses Xpansion A - On edge

Everyday poses Xpansion A - On edge

Xpansion package B for Everyday poses series will introduce several new categories and couple poses. In total there are 30 new poses with between poses for dynamic cloth simulations.

The poses will follow the Everyday poses series file structure, which means that all poses are organized so its easy to find what is needed.

- Since matching poses towards all kind of different shaped objects is not possible, the poses for climbing is matched toward straight walls. Same goes with lifting objects which is aimed at lifting boxes, so adjustments should be expected. But the poses should give a good starting point to match other types of objects.

- This package also introduce couples poses, these are found in the Handling objects category. For ease of use all poses which are part of a couple pose will be marked on the example image of the end pose. And will hold the same number as its couple. Also the couple poses are added to a sub-category to which they match so its easy to find them.

"Lifting person (End) 1" will match "Being lifted (End) 1"

File are structured into the following categories
Climbing (Total 5 Poses and 5 between poses)
- Down wall (2 poses)
- Up wall (3 poses)

Emotions (Total 9 poses and 9 between poses)
- Drunk
- Ground (5 poses)
- Standing (4 poses)

Handling objects (Total 15 poses and 15 between poses)
- Lifting object (5 poses)
- Lifting person (5 poses)
- Being lifted (5 poses)

Stairs (Total 1 poses and 1 between poses)
- Going up (1 poses)

Total number of poses: 30 poses and 30 between poses.

General information for the Everday poses series
All poses have been created with dynamic cloth in mind, therefore all of them also have "in between" pose(s) which can be added
between the start default pose and the end pose. Since dynamic cloth is calculated through the cloth room, situations might occur where some poses might not give good results with certain type of cloth. The between poses are only meant as a default in between pose and should be modified to suit your needs if problems occur, if your cloth calculate fine without the in between poses there are no need to use them, they are only there to make it faster to work with the dynamic cloth.

The poses can of course also just be used normally without dynamic cloth objects.

The poses was created for victoria 4.2 however they will work fine for Victoria 4, just beaware that some minor correction of hands and fingers might be needed.
Have been tested on Michael 4 and seems to work for him as well, however there are no guarantee that they will be correct as the poses weren't created for that character.

Be sure that "Use inverse kinematic" in "Figure" menu is turned off before you apply the poses or weird bending and twisting can occur. After applying the poses
you can turn them on again if needed.


System Requirements
Any poser/Daz3d that can use Victoria 4.

Ownership statements
"All of the content in this package was created by 3D-Mobster"

Needed Files
Character Victoria 4 / 4.2 is needed.

Installation instructions
Unpack the Zip archive(s) to your poser runtime directory, all files will be placed in the right folders.
And follows the standard folder hierarchy of Poser.

Poser 6, Poser 7, Poser 8, Poser 9, Poser Pro 2010, Poser Pro 2012, Daz Studio 4.5, Daz Studio 3, Poser 10, Poser Pro 2014, Daz Studio 4.6

Base Figures: Victoria 4

Compatible figures: 
3D Models for Poser and Daz Studio