Artifacts: Naga Bow and Arrow

Artifacts: Naga Bow and Arrow
Created by : Jean-Luc_Ajrarn
SKU: JLA-RD030
Released: 08-13-2009
Poser Version: 5 and above
Daz Studio: D|S 2.3 or 3A
Zip Files 2 (3.07 Mb, 1.30 Mb)
Requires: Poser or DAZ|Studio
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With Artifacts: Naga Bow & Arrow (wonderful addition to the Naga line), you will feel the magic and awe everyone who looks at your images!
It is very easy to fire the Arrow from the Bow.

- Breathtaking modeling
- Striking detail
- Matching the other "Artifacts: Naga" series props.
- Bow and Arrow are figure independent, so that you can use them with any figure!
- the Naga Bow double prop has 6 morphs: Bow (5): Drawn, BowKnotsX, BowKnotsZ, BowShape1, BowShape2, Arrow (1): Drawn. The xTran dial has been renamed to Forward, so it is easy to know which Tran dial makes the arrow go fly forward when shot from the bow.

 


- 2 awesomely detailed props: 1 Naga Bow double prop (Bow + Arrow), 1 Naga Arrow standalone prop

- Fantastic color and bump textures: 2 textures 2048 by 2048 pixels (color and bump), 2 textures 1024 by 1024 pixels (color and bump)

- 2 texture templates

- D|S mats, courtesy of BellaDragon (separate zip)
 

- With the Bow and Arrow double prop, both Bow and Arrow props have a Drawn morph, set to 1 by default.
This Drawn morph should be set equally on both props so that the arrow and the bow string are placed relatively to each other (especially useful for animations, and partial draw).
The Arrow prop also has the xTran dial renamed to Forward, so it is easy to know which Tran dial makes the arrow go forward when shot from the bow. :)

- To use the Bow and Arrow double prop, load it in the scene, parent it to the human (or monster...) figure's left hand, then use the Trans and Rotate dials to place the bow where you want it for a good grip.
The arrow prop, being parented to the bow prop, will move accordingly so there should be nothing special to do, except use the Drawn morph (along with the bow's) to make the bow "fire the arrow" (when both Drawn morphs are set to 0, use the Forward arrow dial to make the arrow fly to its destination).
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