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A wise or hard working monk. always doing what he or she can to bring peace and well being to the poor and homeless.
A monk is ideal for any medieval or fantasy render. It can also be used for a outside a catherdal or at a festival.
This outfit is simple in its desgin. just as I think a monk rope should be. The rope has a cut in front. which makes it easier to pose and simulate a walk. The hood on the other hand. I don't really get why it floats like it does. Yes it's to leave some room for hair, but why doesn't it simulate.
The rope and Collar comes with materials in 5 different colors. 2 colors for the trims of the hood and rope. And finally 1 material option for the staff. Not so much. But monks aren't about shiny bling, therefore I'm not keen on the golden Trims.
A few morps for adjusting the hood. That's it.
There may not be that many options to where you can add a monk the the scene. But on the other hand. around the monastery at any time in history, or in some medieval fantasy. One thing that i would like to highlight is the staff. unlike many other outfits with a staff, this one is as simple as can be.
I have mixed feelings about the outfit. In general I like it. But the hood bothers me. If the monk is bald the hood float 5cm. above the head. If the monk has hair it pokes through the hood, and the fit morphs doesn't help. If just the hood could be floded down or removed. The rest of the outfit is good and useful.