The dong is based off of the Penis Box skin. The base texture is set to the basic Penis Box skin. If you don't have this, you can purchase it here: http://www.ragdollanimations.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68
The penis is rigged to animate from flaccid to full erections. It is also rigged to rotate, move, and twist. It doesn't move much but when it does it is animated in realtime. However, this can be edited if you desire, this is just a preview of what is possible. Some of the most impossible shit you've ever seen is possible.
In 2011, the penis simulation was recreated for a short film on the Vaginal Slam Horror Porn channel. The short film was called The Penis Project and was created in collaboration with The Penis Podcast . It was created by Remy and Christian. The animated penis was created by Boots and features a member named Japenis .
According to JKFM , the name of the software used to create the animated penis, when the penises are removed the scale is still shown. The scale shows the penis at 1.25 inches when flaccid and 2.5 inches when erect. The penis is displayed in a circle about 4 inches in diameter. The animation uses BGI's Realistic Skin software. The animation is 2D. The penis is more realistic than the Complete Penis Review and also more explicit. The review simulated the animation and was able to guess the scale, although the scale it guessed was too high.
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