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Added 9 years ago

This is an add-on to a series of modular sets of typical US residential and suburban streets and sidewalks.

This add-on set features a series of Telephone …

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Format: .obj, DAZ Studio (.pp2, .dsa, .dsf ), JPG (.jpg, .jpeg), Poser (.pp2)
Usage Rights: Commercial renders OK, contents not for redistribution
Categories: Architecture, Automobile, Backgrounds, Props, Scenes
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dzdeep (5 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you !
Mandle (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
carollee (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for sharing =-)
GrouchoCaesar (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Toneee (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Cheers!!! :)
marcoio (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi, mbhdesign,
perhaps it is related to 4.6.2 version of DS.
When I load via .pp2, all elements are in the same scale, except 3-Way that is way bigger
mbhdesign (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi Marcoio,

Ok! That info helps. I'm also running DAZ 4.6, on a Mac. I can replicate some of the issues you are having. Using the .pp2 files brings all the elements in at "Poser" scale (1 unit = 8 ft.) as intended. Importing the raw OBJ files, you can choose the unit parameter. Selecting "DAZ Studio" gives you 1 unit = 1 cm. Rather small. "Poser" scaling more …
marcoio (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi, mbhdesign,
I'm using DS4.6. I tried with the update file, but there is the same issue...
If I import the OBJs directly, it seems that 3-Way is in DAZ Studio scale, while 4-Way is in Poser scale
mbhdesign (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi Marcoio,

Hm. That seems odd. All the OBJ files were created at the same time and scale using Hexagon. There might be some scaling issues by loading the OBJ files directly, or a more recent version of Poser (8 and up) might be translating the older .pp2 files in an odd way. Let me know what version you are using and I'll try to track down the issue.
Meanwhile, my gallery has an update more …
marcoio (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
I was wrong: it isnt' a very small scale but a very big scale...
marcoio (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
It seems there is an issue with Telephone Pole Assemblage for use with the T (3-Way) Intersection Segment: it's very small compared to other elements
marcoio (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
It seems there is an issue with Telephone Pole Assemblage for use with the T (3-Way) Intersection Segment: it's very small compared to other elements
DrLincoln (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
This is great stuff
McGheenie (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks this is great!
Chromium (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Downloaded, and rated with thanks.
StarLite Moon (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
This is great, thank you
launok (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you! Great add-on which I have downloaded successfully as file size not as big as previous sets. :)
thelufias (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Most wonderful....thank you very much
thelufias (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Absolutely wonderful.....
Redmysticangel (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
I can't get over how brilliant this construction set is and it keeps getting better! Thank you so much again for sharing your talent with us :)
mbhdesign (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
You are all very welcome. Thanks for downloading! I hope they help with your scenes.
Ivy (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
awesome prop .. thanks for sharing :)
FoolooF (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for this, and all the other parts as well.
NanetteTredoux (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Much appreciated thank you.
Semicharm (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Now that's something I've rarely seen models for. A must have for street scenes. Thanks!

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