DAZ 3D Sweetens its 3D Model Library with Release of the Girl 4

For Immediate Release

March 31, 2009

DRAPER, Utah - March 31, 2009 - Get ready to meet the Girl of your dreams! Adding yet another exciting addition to its immense 3D content library, DAZ 3D today unveils the newest version of its highly popular 3D figure, the Girl 4, complete with customizable body shaping, increased texture map resolution and greatly improved joint rigging. Created from DAZ 3D's celebrated fourth-generation Unimesh™, the Girl 4 is fully compatible with all Victoria 4, Victoria 4 Elite and Aiko 4 head and body shapes, textures and poses, opening more options and new creative possibilities than ever before.

"DAZ 3D is recognized as an industry leader in the development of high-quality 3D models," said Dan Farr, president of DAZ 3D. "I think this is due to our on-going commitment to making timely advancements in our figures that coincide with the needs of our artists. This version of the Girl is no exception. Her updated look and immeasurable compatibilities are sure to make her an even more compelling 3D figure overall."

Originally created by renowned 3D graphics and games artist Kim Goossens, the Girl is considered one of the most famous, and most eye-catching, 3D models in CG history. Coyly compared to a cartoonish version of a sultry 1940's pin-up model, the Girl is used by thousands of hobbyist and professional artists as a muse for magazine and album covers, fan art and the like.

In addition to her vast compatibility with all DAZ 3D models and hundreds of add-on products available in the DAZ 3D online store, the Girl 4 is fully ready to animate within DAZ Studio, Carrara and Poser, and contains an unparalleled variety of body and head shapes due to her ability to make use of existing DAZ 3D Unimesh characters and morphs.

"She looks fantastic," said DAZ 3D user and digital artist Bianca Herborg (aka "SilencertheVampire"). "Now, as a part of the DAZ 3D Unimesh line of figures, the Girl 4 provides so many new creative possibilities. In my opinion, this new and improved Girl model is a huge step forward."

Pricing and Availability

The Girl 4 base product is available for immediate download at the DAZ 3D online store for $29.95. DAZ Platinum Club members may purchase the Girl 4 for $1.99. Corresponding product bundles range in price from $49.95 to $99.95 before sales and discounts.

For a complete feature list, system requirements and links to additional resources, please visit the Girl 4 Web pages.

About DAZ 3D™

Founded in 2000, DAZ 3D is a market leader in 3D software and digital content creation. The company's library of characters and accessories is renowned for its high-quality, versatile and compatible 3D content. DAZ 3D also develops powerful software applications that support its content, including DAZ Studio, a free 3D digital art creation tool, Mimic™ , a lip-synching application, Carrara™ , an all-in-one 3D solution and Bryce®® , a complete 3D environment and animation package. DAZ 3D's products have been used in many professional productions, television shows and print publications. For more information, visit www.daz3d.com.

© 2009 DAZ Productions, Inc. All rights reserved. DAZ and the DAZ 3D logo are Registered Trademarks of DAZ Productions, Inc. All other brand names, product names, service marks or trademarks belong to their respective holders.

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