Victoria 4.0

Arnoud van den Heuvel
May 20th 2007


Victoria has great realism, perfect imperfections, and incredible ease of use. Based on live human models she is trying to close the gap between real life and models typically seen in 3D environments like Second Life and The Sims. Since her first release in 1999, hundreds of thousands of unique users have downloaded a copy of Victoria making her the most heavily downloaded 3D figure ever! Victoria has been widely used by digital artists worldwide and has graced the covers of magazines, newspapers, and television across the globe. | related posts: Virtual Miss Germany | Playstation commercial | Second life prostitute

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