This guide will take you through the basics of using the model but assumes you have beginner level understanding
of working with DAZ.
Download and install the model just like any other DAZ model. Afterwards, it will be available under the path
People\Genesis 8 Female\Characters\PBG\Pharah
The simplest way to add the model to your scene is to double click the
Pharah set (sub-scene).
Alternatively, you can add it item by item:
- add a genesis 8 Female and select it
- apply the face morph
Pharah head apply and optionally, the body
Pharah body apply
- apply the materials
- add the fiber mesh eyebrows, to give it more details
Pharah eyebrows (fiber)
- if the base model you used does not have eyelashes, you can add the ones that come with the Pharah model
The model comes with a small collection of morphs for the face and hairdo.
The face ones are meant to offer more accurate (closer to the in-game model) facial expressions, seeing how a lot of the generic DAZ morphs end up looking weird at best and uncanny at worst.
The hairdo ones are meant to help with posing, and offer options such as sway left, forward and so on.
To make use of the facial expressions simply search for
Pharah and you will find them.
Textures source files
For those familiar with Photoshop, the texture source files (PSDs) are available for download here.
You can use them to add different makeup, tattoos and whatever else might come to your mind. Afterwards simply export the textures and back in DAZ select the body and go to the Surfaces tab. There, select the material you want to modify (such as torso, face, lips, etc) and change the Base color and Translucency color textures.