Got your leash and collar! Guess I'll be making an little set for Daz only aswell...
Thanks. I do enjoy creating. Next in line is the hussar uniform. I'm in the beta testing. This is going to be a very large three set unit.Nicely done. Next product sounds like a good way to keep expanding on your skills as you go. Looking forward to the extendable leash.
I'm not sure what you mean by turned off? If you're talking about Poser, my first question is have you already tried them as soft and hard decorations?However... it's not an easy product to use, as there are so many elements that can interact and disturb each other. It usually takes me two to three attempts to get the simulations the way I want them. Although, if you are not too finnicky the uniform and shabrack work quite nicely just as conforming pieces. Except for the Pelisse, that one has to be simulated. BTW does somebody know how to create a preset that turns a group on or off? I have all those buttons that NEED to be turned off before simulation and I am looking for a preset solution for that. Nothing I tried worked for me.
ThanksI'm not sure what you mean by turned off? If you're talking about Poser, my first question is have you already tried them as soft and hard decorations?
Absolutely gorgeous work, by the way.
Well, what I did in this hippogryph is change the dimensions of the Cannon compared to the forearm and gotten rid of the limits. That way the leg behaves like a backleg... the thigh would be the shoulder, and the upper arm should not be used or rather upper and lower arm should be aligned to form a straight line. This seems to work more or less.Well, most of the ones I've seen in illustrations use bird legs. As does my Frankencritter. It's a PitA to work with.
Bird legs would bend like the horse's back legs. A pity one can't just geograft a second pair of back legs (with some adjustment to the proportions) where the front legs go. But that wouldn't be usable in Poser.