As Stephanie and Aiko had been characters for Victoria's base figure, Victoria 5 was released near the end of as a character for DAZ Studio's Genesis Female rather than a standalone figure  and was not initially compatible with Poser. The fourth and final standalone generation of Victoria was released in late , which included a new body shape and added several technical improvements to the figure. She was originally released as 'The Millennium Woman', but the resulting colloquial shortening to "Millie"  led to Zygote renaming her as Victoria. Victoria 2 was the next step in the figure development, refining the rigging and coming with as a reduced polygon version. This generation was the first to have both the male and female figures be modeled from the same base "unimesh," allowing Victoria 3 and Michael 3 to easily share poses, texture maps and even morph targets.
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During the beta testing phases of DAZ Studio 4, there was released information briefly regarding the preparation of Victoria 5 as a part of Genesis. Retrieved 12 February From this point forward, the Stephanie character following the Generation numbering was no longer a remorphed Michael but a character based on and requiring Victoria.
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This figure has an even higher density of polygons 74, polygons compare to 28, polys for V1 and V2  with improvement in rigging over the previous millennium figures.
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There have been several "generations" of the figure, all bearing the same name. The fourth and final standalone generation of Victoria was released in latewhich included a new body victoriq and added several technical improvements to the figure.
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Victoria 1 daz3v released by then-Zygote in February and was the first named medium-resolution figure for use with Poser. June Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Salt Lake City, Utah: Victoria 3, released in yet again raised the poly count and resculpted the face, leaving out transmapped eyebrows in favor of painting them directly onto the face texture, but was no longer backwards compatible to Victoria 2's rigging, textures or clothing.
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Retrieved from " https: The figure was originally created as one of two standard characters which also included the male character "Michael" "Stephanie" being a full body female morph of Michael.
Retrieved victorua March Retrieved 15 June This page was last edited on 16 Julyat Archived from the original on 14 January As Stephanie and Aiko had been characters for Victoria's base figure, Victoria 5 was released near the vjctoria of as a character for DAZ Studio's Genesis Female rather than a standalone figure  and was not initially compatible with Poser. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources.
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As a Genesis figure, all clothing made for one Genesis-derived character auto-fits all others a feature of DAZ Studio. Views Read Edit View history. Victoria 2 was the next step in the figure development, refining the rigging and coming with as a reduced polygon version.
Besides being poseable, using preset morph dials the figure can be manipulated into a variety of different aesthetic and ethnic female forms. If used with the Daz Studio "Autofit" tool, Victoria 8 can use add-on wardrobe resources created for Victoria 5, Victoria 6, and Victoria 7. This was also the first figure for which neither Victoria nor Michael had genitals modeled on the body mesh; V3 provided a fine enough poly dwz3d in the region to make it possible for third party morphers to design their own while Michael 3's genitals were a parented prop which continued with the next generation.