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LOL I need one of those. My tent corners break all the time. Thanks for the post jaydee
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I'll be happy to help. Definitely watch some videos on modeling. As well as sculpting, which can be really powerful, smart use of deformers can get a lot done. But if you're already thinking about fall-offs, you've got the basics of the Modo way down
Yes, I've decided that this will be my primary modelling package moving forward. Only been really having a go at it the past two weeks and plenty to wrap my head around yet. I'll be using Daz, though, for rendering moving forward for various reasons.
Happy to get your help when I get stuck on a Modo issue or any for that matter
Very true! There was a brief period where Steam wasn't accepting my renewal, so I couldn't do anything with Modo, but that's all fixed now. I love fall-offs. Are you working with Modo now?
Hi mate…Rather late than never I guess, but next time you should be able to do that with falloff in modo.
Thanks. As I've started to render the scene, I've realized its way too heavy for me to render out an additional element. As it is, I'm going to have render it out multiple times to get all four of the must-have figure in it. Spot render will be my friend!* This is when I think I need some serious hobby cash to get a computer with a brace of high-end Nvidia cards.
- I recently discovered with the tool preferences, you can render out with the spot rendered to an external render window (e.g., just like a regular render, but clipped), so you can turn on/off parts of the scene and only render what's visible for that section. Obviously, take care that reflections and lighting still are properly showing.
If in DS, you can use the Deformer tool. Or, let me know what pants you're using and I can probably do the morph faster than it would take to write a tutorial, if I have them also.
Folds probably wouldn't enter into it, as the pants would stretch. If the pants model already has hip-area folds, they wouldn't intensify in reality, but would flatten out to some degree, as well as stretch and taper.
However, it also depends on the material type (sweat pants, bike pants, khakis, denim, leather, etc), and how "comical" you want it to look (the old Big Johnson t-shirts).