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• Offered By: Lygher and mrsparky
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• Uploaded on: 8/7/06
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Poser 4 and above
• File Format: Poser
This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/ or other Poser files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
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The mystery of the destroyed house:
The traveler fought his way through the never ending entanglement of vines, branches and fallen trees that seemed to leap up to block his path. `Path? What path?` he wondered to himself.
His legs snagged on thorns as he neared what seemed to be a clearing. He felt cool wind cross his dirty face and he stopped and closed his eyes a moment to enjoy it before pressing through the last few bushes to fall to the ground in the clearing and wait for his body to stop throbbing from the assault of the forest. He was free of its entanglement.
He looked up and his eyes drank in the site before him. The area did not look old, but quite recent. It was an older style village, buildings scattered in a semi-circle design around the city fountain which no longer brought water forth from the ground. A barn to his left, wind mill behind it and closest to him was a destroyed house up on stone arches. He half crawled and stumbled over to it to examine it closer.
The spiral stair case looked rickety, broken and completely unstable. To the opposite end of the house was a platform staircase that was still in remarkably good condition so he opted for that route. Upon entering what was left of the old building, he noticed an entire wall was missing as if something beyond age had removed it. `Perhaps an explosion of some kind,` he thought to himself. He moved around walls that would separate the small, but obvious, individual rooms to the other side to look down at the spiral stairwell. Definitely unstable.
He ventured back inside the broken house and looked back out over the town. It was as if a war of some kind or if time itself had broken this perfectly secluded town into pieces.
The traveler decided to settle down for the night, spreading his tent over the top of the house using the rafters as braces to protect himself from the elements.
The destroyed house package comes with two (2) versions of the house: high resolution and low resolution. The high resolution version can be used for close-up, detailed work or images requiring a humanoid figure to be inside or close to the building. The low resolution version is great for use as a background building, for images where the texture details aren`t as important.
Both versions are in the Xero-Web Creations section in the Props library in your Poser program and can easily be scaled up or down however you require the model to be used.
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