in Art Love It the horrors of a strand based hair engine by Alex Ledante July 25, 2019, 1:21 am 232 Views 21 Votes 35 Comments Share Tweet Pin so now I have a pretty solid grasp on how fur works, but one major bottleneck remains- once I generate the hair, it won’t stay in alignment with the base object when moved. I’ve tried so many ways but all of them fail, time to ask for help… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 21 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinecchifanservicefurheaddresskokoshnikpearlspinupRussiansexywinter Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 35 Comments Leave a Reply Everybody looks good, but I would go with #3 kryptonite 1 Log in to Reply that seems to be the favorite, but I will do a poll soon Log in to Reply I like the raw alot, but then I think I like number three a little better. 1 Log in to Reply raw is usually pretty dull, so I try and gussy it up a bit Log in to Reply Raw would be my pick! I guess I can’t help you on the motion problem … you may want to join an art or 3D rendering forum and ask for help there 🙂 1 Log in to Reply been there, done that. but honestly, this is a huge issue so it should be something I can google… Log in to Reply Dude. I know I told you the egg didn’t work. But honestly based on these you’ve “cracked” (i know I can’t help the dad jokes) the code. All four of these are much better. 1 Log in to Reply my process isn’t intuitive but it is quite rational… 1 Log in to Reply I would concur 🙂 rational is a good word for the day! 1 Log in to Reply I generally take an engineering approach to my work, it’s more efficient 1 Log in to Reply I love engineers – on the group that works for me most questions are answered with a yes or a no. It is my job to get them to maybe questions. 1 never ask an engineer “is it this way or that way?” because they can always correctly answer YES Everything is great .. my decision will be raw 1 Log in to Reply thanks for saying so… Log in to Reply You can always count on me, my friend 1 Log in to Reply then I shall continue to do so Log in to Reply So each strand would have to attach? Ouch. If the end result doesn’t have motion then the strands would have to come last or be redone? They sure work though – looks great. I think some software should have a “vaseline lens” feature – raw is good or kryptonite (warmth or flush from cold?) 1 Log in to Reply I’ve seen them use it in animation, so there has to be a way to parent the stands to the object. I just can’t figure it out… Log in to Reply This is a great work of art every one of them even if the lipstick is purple…It is a lovely image. 1 Log in to Reply it was red when she put it on, but she’s really cold Log in to Reply I liked all of them so I will go with any of these! 1 Log in to Reply you can’t lose with that attitude 1 Log in to Reply But can you change the color of lipstick please? 1 Log in to Reply wow, nobody likes my lipstick color 1 Log in to Reply I don’t like the taste of this particular…. you know what I mean .) 1 I would go with #2 color grading 1 Log in to Reply that one has the coolest skin tones Log in to Reply I like the raw one. It shows the real persona of hers here. 1 Log in to Reply thanks for saying so Log in to Reply I liked #3 but maybe not so warm. But I liked everything else. 1 Log in to Reply yeah, not sure about warm skintones in a cold piece… 1 Log in to Reply Kryptonite is my pick. Nicely done with the details. 1 Log in to Reply now if I can only figure out how to keep the strands on the object… 1 Log in to Reply You will figure it out… 1 Log in to Reply I can’t figure it out- someone is going to have to tell me 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.