Measurement Bar

3D Models posted on Mar 03, 2018 1662 downloads

Softwares: Daz Studio 4

License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.

Product Notes


A simple measurement bar to help scale models to a certain body height. It shows body height up to 200 cm.

Usage:
Extract all files into your Library, e.g. Library/Props or in any other folder you wish. In DAZ Studio import measure.obj via File -> Import.
In the following window select "DAZ Studio (1 unit = 1 cm)" and scale 100%.
You can position and rotate it freely via the Parameters tab.

Hint:
If you need feet and inches you can edit the texture file measure.fw.png
Everything is layered and easily modifyable when opened in Adobe Fireworks.


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Freestuff Comments


FunnyBunny 2:46AM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Nice, but either 90 cm or 100 cm are missing

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Mechins 11:14AM | Wed, 22 August 2018

Thanks you for this ^^

miketee10021 4:05PM | Sun, 04 March 2018

Thank you so much!

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Maralyn2016 3:44PM | Sun, 04 March 2018

Great idea! Thank you very much.

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thelufias 3:38PM | Sun, 04 March 2018

Thank you very much

redviper 6:44AM | Sun, 04 March 2018

For feet & inches you can edit the measure.png file. Everything is layered and easily editable when opened in Adobe Fireworks. I don't know if Photoshop can use the layers, too.

redviper 6:43AM | Sun, 04 March 2018

You can save it anywhere but I suggest the Props folder. All three files have to be in the same folder. Then in DAZ you load it vie File->Import and choose measure.obj. Simple as that.

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Klutz 4:26AM | Sun, 04 March 2018

Neat idea. Someone is going to have to ask though, it might as well be me. Would you be able to do a version in feet & inches, please? :)

nobody85 4:02AM | Sun, 04 March 2018

Cool! Thanks very much!

PhthaloBlue 4:08PM | Sat, 03 March 2018

Thanks very much!

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shante 4:03PM | Sat, 03 March 2018

cool idea. wish something like this was available for Poser!

123rdsf 12:25PM | Sat, 03 March 2018

Awesome idea! So much less hassle than measure metrics when you just want height. One question: What folders do I save it to in my DAZ library? I never know what to do with these types of OBJ files. Thanks!

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