A typical ancient Greek dress, the Chiton was basically a rectangular cloth draped around the body and fastened at the shoulders. It was worn by both men and women, although in a slightly different way. The Chiton was later adapted by the Romans into their Tunica. A diffuse texture is provided, but it is highly recommended to edit the material on import in your favourite 3d editor (Blender). Especially the fibula (fastener pin) on the left shoulder should be metallic. This mesh uses both quads and tris, which should be OK, but it still may cause some unexpected problems. Known issues: - When using a subsurf modifier in Blender, the mesh seems to disappear. Execute a Degenerate Dissolve operation to fix this. - Some vertex bindings around the left shoulder seem a bit off. The mesh works pretty well for most poses, but for some of the more extreme ones, manual editing may be needed. Attribution not required, though it is appreciated.
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