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Dawn Goes Shopping

eclark1894

Seasoned
How do they look now?

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Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm assuming the blue area is the inner sole, and if that is the case, that is arched up to the arch in her foot, but the inside edge of the shoe's wedge is still straight, and not arching up to meet her foot.

If this is just an interim screenshot, and you plan to have the inside edge of the shoe to meet up with the blue insole, then you're on the right path.
 

eclark1894

Seasoned
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm assuming the blue area is the inner sole, and if that is the case, that is arched up to the arch in her foot, but the inside edge of the shoe's wedge is still straight, and not arching up to meet her foot.

If this is just an interim screenshot, and you plan to have the inside edge of the shoe to meet up with the blue insole, then you're on the right path.
There are a lot of little nits to pick with this shoe. Getting the inner sole to arch support the foot was just one of them. But yes, it is my intent to have the inside base of the shoe conform to the insole. Just trying to figure out how.
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
OK, I can't think of an easy way to do it either, so trial and error will be the best way to figure it out.

The only thing you "might" want to try, depending on how many polys you are working with, and how low you want to keep the poly count, is to have enough cuts in that area so that you can grab just a few polys near the inside edge, and lift them as if you were trying to create a small mountain for a landscape. Just a thought, as I don't know if that would actually work.
 

DanaTA

Dances with Bees
Court shoes, in my neck of the woods, are athletic shoes worn on the basketball court. The soles are rather flat, unlike running shoes. They are probably always white soles, so as not to mar the court.

Dana
 
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