First make the cloth dForce, if you don’t know the basics, then search YouTube…
Use the timeline, set everything close to default (zero shape) at frame 0, set your model with big boobs at frame 10 or 20, simulate the cloth at max settings (Collision Mesh Resolution: Viewport, Collision Mode: Best,..) turn on smoothing too for better result.
Simulate and wait..
Turn off your model and everything besides the cloth part, set the cloth part to “Base” resolution and export it.
Open up “Morph Loader Pro” and load the previously exported model, set it to Reverse Deformations: Y
♡ Hello guys, I'm Lexaiduer. ♡
l'm open the commission. Thank you for your interesting!!!
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◆ Copyright ◆The copyright of the commission work belongs to the artist himself You can not use it for commercial use (such as making commercial goods for personal use) or second processing.
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The first version of this workflow came from Kattey on the DAZ forum, for which I acknowledge credit.
Here is that (lengthy) thread: http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewthread/24093/
First of all, however: there are two ways to recreate a character. There is the easy way, which is not redistributable, and the hard way, which is. We'll discuss the easy way first. I'm sorry, but I can't do anything for those of you who absolutely can't learn from text. This is what I have time for right now.
PART 1: CREATE A SINGLE DIAL
Load Genesis 1. Dial in your character morph. There cannot be anything in the scene except the single figure while
I am inviting you to join the elf rally at the affect3d forum / Deviant Art. Ideally, this is to generate new elf content which I feel is beneficial to the entire world.
There are no prizes or any such thing, so feel free to ignore me :D
Theme is: Elf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elf from any fantasy / scifi universe.
I would like to try and keep the majority of the content in the same format. It could be released as a giant wallpaper pack on DA / A3D.
Preferably the images would have the following three things:
Image size: 1920 x 1080 px
Character name in the following font: http://www.dafont.com/folkard.font (if fantasy)