[Tutorial] Making an Adjusted FBMBy an "adjusted" FBM I mean one different enough from the base to require adjusting the rigging. You've seen these for Genesis - the Troll, the Freaks, and Mavka are examples.[Tutorial] Making an Adjusted FBM8 months ago in Personal More Like This
For this example I'm using Blender and DAZ Studio 4.5 Pro, but it should work with other modeling software if you can figure out the scaling.
This was another request.
First of all, it is necessary to export a "base" Genesis to morph.
Load Genesis into your scene, or whatever other figure you wish to use.
Go to Parameters and turn the subdivision level down to 0 and the resolution to Base. This is very important. If you do not do this, your new morph will not load.
Now file--export--wavefront/obj. I choose to work at Poser scale on import and export because it works with Blender's base import/export scaling, but that is completely up to you.
Choose a location where you will store this morph base. I have a "UsefulOBJ" folder containing all my FBM bases in my Blender direct