Arki’s Fantasy Owls
For Poser 4 and above
** On silent wings they come, mysterious owls of fancy and the night. Arki’s Fantasy Owls carry wisdom and imagination from the depths of space to the cold north.
Add a unique flavor to your renders with these textures for Noggin’s Owl – available at DAZ3D. Utilizing the advanced material technology in Poser (P5 and P6 users), these owls are sure to get attention with their glowing feathers and large staring eyes. Each owl is individually detailed with their own set of morphs and textures.
Arki’s Fantasy Owls are a wonderful addition to your runtime. You can even create your own fantasy owl by applying your own blend of body, claw, beak and iris textures with reflection maps to add that extra spark of life to your owl. P4 and PP MATs are also included to add that extra versatility.
*Full Body Morphs provided with two new .cr2 files for flying and perched owl:
-FBM Dust Owl
-FBM Ghost Owl
-FBM Jewelled Owl
-FBM Phoenix Owl
-FBM Storm Owl
*combined MAT MOR presets to apply textures and species morphs in one click (adapted to P5, P6, PP and P4)
*5 complete texture sets for upper and lower feather and body parts, combined with specularity-, ambient- and bumpmaps
*Please note that the special glow features for the Phoenix, Ghost and Storm Owl will achieve different results within PP and P4.
*Partial MATs for:
-flight and tail feathers (with an alternative transmap for “ruffled” look)
Included textures and resolutions:
* Species textures are 2500 x 2500 pixels
* Bumpamps are 2500 x 2500 pixels
* Specularity maps (Jewelled Owl) are 2500 x 2500 pixels
* Transmaps (for flight and tail feathers) are 2500 x 2500 pixels
* Ambience maps are 2500 x 2500 pixels
Enjoy this freebie for use in your commercial or non-commercial works!
The antlers and fangs were created as a comical addition to Noggin’s owl (available at DAZ3D) and my addon package
(Fantasy Owls, available at Renderosity).
They are smart-parented props which will attach themselves to the owl’s head and beak.
Minimum translation and scaling may be neccessary to fit them the the model.
**** Noggin’s Owl is here :