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I have posted [Heroine Maisi, which is a an INJ morph for Maisie, which gives her the proportions of the classic female comic book heroine. I created the morph using scaling, Maisie’s included morphs, and a lot of smoothing with the morph brush to largely eliminate the crease caused by the substantial resizing of the neck and head. No hair or clothing is included.
I have learned that Maisie's zero pose and leg shapes permit quick conversion and rigging of many G3F shoes and boots per my description elsewhere of converting shoes for Pauline. I have also learned that it is best to do shoe conversions to base Maisie and then copy body morphs; it matters less with clothes. I have also discovered that you can conform and scale V4 clothing fairly easily, using the garment’s morphs for fine fitting. You have to move the hip of the garment forward and upward a bit. You probably are looking at a little morph brush work with pants. The image of Maisie flying includes a conformed cosplay Ms Marvel outfit for V4, conformed boots for G3F, and gloves from the Red Hot product for Maisie. I don't use dynamic clothing, so the singer image uses Red Rabbit dress for V4 and the shoes and gloves from Red Hot. The bikini image uses a V4 retro bikini.
Otherwise, use the fitting room. Zero the Heroine Maisie figure, then reset the FBM to 1. In the fitting room, do not zero Maisie, or your fit will be to the base Maisie. This is OK if you can copy morphs.
For a brief tutorial on converting G3F shoes to Pauline and Maisie go here: https://forum.smithmicro.com/topic/1085/g3f-provides-pauline-with-shoes. G3F shoes are uniquely suited as sources.