Here we go ah ha ah ha here we go - Well, I won't animate them (TOO LAZY), so just enjoy a static render. Left to Right: Li, Klaus, Ngozi, Conti, and Piet. Klaus is an Anime Shoujo Manga Classic figure generated by Manuel Bastioni Labs in Blender 3D and imported and re-rigged by me inside Poser Pro 11. Conti is an Anime Shoujo Manga Contemporary Figure, also generated using Manuel Bastioni Labs and also re-rigged by me inside Poser Pro 11. Li, Ngozi and Piet are all generated from Design Doll, prepared inside Shade 3D for rigging in Poser Pro 11. I modelled all their clothes using Shade3D. Some of their clothes were rigged inside Poser using Fitting Room, while others are Dynamic Cloths. I did not use their fancy Visual Kei hair, so as to reduce the computational power on my poor old PC. But rest assured, when they are entertaining the personnel on Space Station LuZhou, they do wear their fancy Visual Kei Boy Bot Hairstyles.
I reviewed my work folders and I discovered that my original versions of some of these clothings are from as early as 2011. I created them originally for the Tomo Figure for Poser. I re-meshed and updated them for my Boy Bots. I am glad I have some archival backups. I note that I lost data twice when 2 older PCs died. So this is a 3rd-generation PC I am using.
Technical note : Observe Conti's long trousers (he is second from right). Because his trousers are black, I changed the toon outline material setting in Poser Material Room from black to white. Same for Ngozi's boots (he is at centre back). Otherwise, the black parts are not sufficiently distinct from each other.