Great job and her expression is just delightful! =)
They say if you want to get better you need to hang out with people better than you are..
Oh now that IS simple and easy, and makes sense when you think about it. Thanks for that tidbit Ken. ~makes a note~It's actually a single piece outfit where everything under the waist is a single group - the hip. There are no groups for the legs. As is, it conforms and follows all upper body poses, but the hip won't follow the legs. To resolve that, select the dress hip and switch to the Cloth Room. When clothifying, Poser will automatically pick the currently selected group - the hip in this case. The rest will remain conforming. When you simulate, only the hip will be dynamic. It's really that simple.
That certainly makes sense Ken. I can understand your reasoning behind the 2 versions.Yes, it's THAT simple. But I hesitate to sell an outfit with this configuration, though. Even if I explain how it works, I don't know how many people are willing to delve into the Cloth Room. Or worse, they may think the whole thing is dynamic, since that's how it usually goes. That might limit sales. That's why I made 2 versions of the cape (conforming and dynamic) in my Superhero outfit for Dawn. I don't want that to become the breaking point with sales.