Awesome, Banditcameraman! The different skin tones was a good idea with 3 characters on scene. What bodies did you use?
the UAH is therapeutic for me: when I play with I can concentrate on getting the hair to fit, posing the characters and lighting and framing the render; as much as i love tweaking the material settings in Reality it's a relief not to have to do it, sometimes
Inspired by Dead or Alive, kinda sorta
Am also really happy with the way the sand came out
Thanks! That sounds very helpful! I'll give it a try. I do believe I have been parenting necks. Could I integrate Aiko's neck into Vicky's head? Is that how the Universal Anime Head different.@quietrob First of all, that would be a "composite" figure, and not a "hybrid. Composites use 2 separate figures, while hybrid are integrated into the same skeleton and act as a single figure. Maybe the problem was that you have parented one neck to the other. Try parenting the entire body to the head of the other figure (not the neck). That should resolve the posing issues. Hope it helps.
It's cool. I know this mostly a Dawn zone. But I think all figures are welcome. Why limit possibilities?Ahhh, I was assuming Dawn. Sorry about that.
Of course not. I was just thinking Dawn because that's what I'm used to using more than my older V4 characters. I should've asked what characters you were trying to combine, because as soon as you mentioned it, I remembered the older generation 3 and 4 characters didn't have the 2 Necks and 2 Chests like the HiveWire characters do.It's cool. I know this mostly a Dawn zone. But I think all figures ar ie welcome. Why limit possibilities?
Thanks! That sounds very helpful! I'll give it a try. I do believe I have been parenting necks. Could I integrate Aiko's neck into Vicky's head? Is that how the Universal Anime Head different.