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 D3D Perfect Tan Line - Sexy V4

Version: 1.0
Release: 14.09.2011
System: Poser 6+ (Windows), Poser 7+ (Mac)
Required: V4, A4, G4
Renderosity ($ 12.00)
Manual (pdf, 125 KB)

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Perfect Tan Line is a Poser Python script for easy adding of tan lines to Victoria 4, Aiko 4, and The Girl 4. Use one of the included 8 bikinis or 3 swimsuits, or apply your own mask image as tan line. For the included maps, you can even combine the bottom and top part or use only one of them.

Note: If you also have D3D Perfect Tan Line - V4/A4/G4, the tan line maps for both products are displayed in a single interface and bottoms and tops can be combined from both sets.

The user interface of the script is simple. It consists of image buttons with the tan-lines and sliders to control the brightness of the tanned and untanned skin. For a more natural look, the redness of the skin may be adjusted as well. The script may be applied again to modify an existing tan line, e.g. for fine tuning of the skin tones by test renders.

Note: Because the maps were made for Victoria 4, the shape of the tan lines may differ a bit when using morphs like Aiko 4 or The Girl 4.


  • Python script for Poser 6 and up
  • For Victoria 4, Aiko 4, and The Girl 4
  • Adds new tan line or modifies existing tan line
  • Changes brightness of tanned and/or untanned skin
  • Optionally adjusts red hue of skin for more natural skin tone
  • Included maps:
    • 8 Bikinis
    • 3 Swimsuits
    • Top and bottom can be used alone or in any combination (except swimsuits)
    • High detailed maps with an effective resolution of 4000x4000, cut out for lower resource consumption
  • Can be used with own mask images
  • Can be combined with D3D Perfect Tan Line - V4/A4/G4
  • Can be combined with advanced shaders like Perfect Skin
  • Manual included
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