The "Dschungle Jewels" represent two aspects of the Feathered Snake Deity. The frosty, wintery "Spirit of Water and Sky" is called "Muera", and she may take the form of a pale woman with sea-green eyes. In contrast to Muera's ephemeral beauty, the Earth-toned "Alviannin" is a representation of the opposite elements of Fire and Earth. In legend, these forest spirits may chose to appear in an almost-human shape, marked with scaly skin and bright feathers, or in a totally human body, but only to a chosen few. In any form, they are always creatures of great beauty, born from the green depths of their forest home.
Alviannin's and Muera's shaders are highly sensitive to very bright light, so please take this into account when rendering scenes with them.
IBL and global sets will overexpose the shaders and especially Muera's textures as she is very light skinned.
Through experimenting I noticed that cranking down the diffuse color from white to a light grey will help to kill most of the overexposure of IBL lighting. This solution might help; however, I strongly recommend you to use the PP-MATs of this package if you wish to use extreme light settings.
All promotional images were rendered with Traveler's Studio Lights, (slightly adapted), available in the RDNA freebie section!