You're kidding right? Two pages to click "Conform To" counts as a Tut? I would be glad to write one to clear the screen by clicking "Fle" and "New" if you will publish it.
I hate to tell you this but way way back when P4 was new I could have used something as simple and clear as this so yes, it counts as a tutorial.
Honestly, thank you so much. As a person who has never worked with Poser before, I was trying to figure out how to do this. Thanks for posting the simple things that not everyone can realize right away.
Next Tutorial? How to deal with Poser bad hair days, when you click conform to and it drops down so it's coming out of his/her eyebrows. Any takers?
well thats all well and good... ever tried to fit anything on the Kielo 2 figure that way... it aint pretty! I've yet to manage to jerk around with the morphs, scale dials or anyting else enough to get some pieces of hair (or clothes for that matter) to work on that one.
It DOES say "Level Beginner".....
Give me a break please !!!!
all I can say is I have spent countless hours trying to figure out how to keep my characters from looking like a Franciscan fryer thats the first time I have seen the "Conform to" command so I say thank you.
Thank you a lot, a newbie need all the support also for things that for who know everything seems silly.
p.s.: AlienMaster, LOL on the Franciscan fryer, so true!
Thank you for the tip!!!
I am searching tutorials on this page, and there are no tutorial which i can see for the newbies or dummies. So this little tut from a newbie to another newbie, is something only a newbie can understand. But i would of course be grateful to see a useful tutorial for hair - if
its here at all.
This was very helpfull thanks
I agree it counts in my book, this was irritating me, and this tutorial helped.
Four years on and another newbie is grateful to have this here
My only gripe would be the unnecessary colour for the boxes when printing a copy - but a small price to pay for the clarity of instruction. Thank you.