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TV-Studio/Newsroom as OBJ

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Breaking News: Ricebag fallen over!
A simple TV-Studio / Newsroom you may need, when the next dramatic news are coming in. It's not a very sophisticated model with only simple textures. I searched for a model of a TV-Studio/Newsroom and found none for Poser, so i modeled my own.
Monitor, keyboard, micro and chair are modeled only "quick'n dirty" and very low-poly. I suggest to replace it with better props from your runtime if you want to made some close-up shots in high resolution.

Installing in Poser, DAZ-Studio and other 3D-programs:
No installing necessary because all models comes as .OBJ-items. Just import the object into your prefered 3D Program or 3D-modeler like DAZ-Studio, Poser, Vue, Blender, C4D, Maya, Hexagon etc.

Loading in DAZ-Studio:
Choose: From: Poser (1 Unit=8 ft) in the OBJ-import-menu.
Choose: Show individual settings
Read groups: yes
Read UV-Coordinates: yes
Read surfaces = yes
Read Material Library = yes

Setting the materials:
Materials shall load automatically in DS. The only thing to do is to set the bumpmap-strength as you want it, and changing the materials from "Plastic" to "Matte" (the settings of this data will not be safed in an .OBJ-file and has to be set manually).

Parenting and size:
The items are aligned in size to a Poser/DAZ-Studio-Figure. The picture on the big wallscreen loads with the (in)famous "Ricebag fallen over"-news as a placeholder and can be changed to depict every picture of your choice in the surface-settings: Choose the "Background", then "Wallscreen 1280x720px" and load a picture of your choice in 1280x720px. The same can be done for the screen of the monitor-prop.
The Wallscreen loads with the Studio-Room model. If you want it on a different position, switch the opacity in the surface-settings to 0% to made it invisible, then load the "Wallscreen-solo.obj" instead, move it to your desired position, scale it up, down or whatever you want to do.
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radpreacher's avatar
radpreacherHobbyist General Artist
Very nice thank you!
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ancestorsrelicHobbyist Digital Artist
Glad you like it... It looks somewhat old fashioned, more 1970s style, but it was done very quick'n dirty.
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radpreacherHobbyist General Artist
Yeah that 70's style is very nice I just need some clothes with wider collars and longer side burns :)
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nitehawk-ltdHobbyist Digital Artist
I used your studio prop in the January Freebie Challenge in the DAZ Users Forum.
And I posted the render here on deviantart. [link]
Thanks! It made my entry easy!
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ancestorsrelicHobbyist Digital Artist
Glad you like it and find it useful :bow:
It's really only a very simple model, that i modeled "on the fly" for use it another project, so it turned out more like an newsroom from the 1970s ;-)
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Lord-CriosHobbyist Digital Artist
REally really cool, can i try to convert in a full DAZ model and redistribuite it?
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ancestorsrelicHobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, sure. Just do it! It's all under Creative Commons BY-SA.
I have played with the ide too, to create it as a .pp2 for Poser/DAZ too, but as OBJ it can be impüorted into almost any 3D-application (okay, as a .pp2 it would include the raw OBJ too, but without the MAT-files).
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Lord-CriosHobbyist Digital Artist
I asked because many people are lazy and prefer things already "good and ready", which involved a little and get the same result
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HabatchiiHobbyist Digital Artist
Habatchii says;

very well...
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ancestorsrelicHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! This is another itme i had to do for the upcoming DAMNADAS-comic. I am just busy to got all things together to start with it... And some items i have to model from scratch.
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