Shibari Props

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I made this a LONG time ago. Never got around to releasing them. So here they are!

Comes with 3 types of models: turns, straights, and a knot. The turns come in 4 flavors: 1 turn, 3 turns, 5 turns, and 10 turns. The straights come in a variety of lengths. The knot is meant to be used as a transition between turns and straights, or straights and straights - just stick a knot where the two meet.

The turns have a shitton of flexes to deform in pretty much every way you'd want them to. The goal was to make them as malleable as could ever be necessary, so you can tie up pretty much any part of a character's body, no matter their body shape. It takes forever, but you can easily make a full rope harness using no other models outside of this pack.

The straights only have flexes controlling their thickness, but they are entirely elastic, meaning you can squish and stretch them. They can only ever be taut - they have no ability to give slack. The different lengths are because the more you stretch or squish a straight, the more distorted the rope texture becomes. So pick the length that fits your distance the closest, and then stretch/squish the rest of the way - hopefully, the distortion will be small enough as to not be noticeable.

The knot has no flexes. It's just there to be a transition.

Comes with a Model Favoriter entry for quick and easy organization and access of the ropes.

Happy tying, everyone!

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  Shibari_v1-0-0.7z  23712019-04-07 05:22:071.38 MB
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