Cadbury by RRun ()
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A test of many sorts: found this little dress and necklace at renderhub, tried new fabric shaders (Ultra Shaders: Business Class Fabric Shaders, DAZ), and used a free headmorph by tritiumcg (DA).
And here one of my famous dummy questions: Due to the uhmmmm.... preferred shape of my ladies the structure of the chest's mesh increases with the fabric shader. It does on real fabric, too. But if the effect is too strong, is there a way to assign a smaller tiling to a particular area? The dress used here unfortunately is a "one piece".
I'd be also interested in doing the opposite (when applying stone morphs to a statue the face's mesh is finer than the rest of the body. For that one can buy a specific set that changes the map, and the face is separate from the rest of the body. So it is not quite the same). So if there is an **easy** way doing this, please let me know (keep it simple, I am a simple guy...).
Image Comments (15)
JoeJarrah () 1:51AM | Tue, 11 August 2020
excellent character study; not sure if the reference to the famous English chocolate brand of the same name and its well known purple wrapper is intentional?
LyleAryn () 2:59AM | Tue, 11 August 2020
Nice played! That is certainly a dilemna, and I hope somebody chimes in. I have a few ladies that are better endowed than most, and have had to get creative with their wardrobe at times.
Here it just looks as if she's wearing a sweater dress that's a bit too snug.
It's possible you might be able to get a decent result by using the geometry editor to assign a new surface area, but somehow I think it would end up looking pretty ragged.
Hmm. The limits of using auto-fit, I guess.
gaius () 3:13AM | Tue, 11 August 2020
Even if I prefer French chocolats, I've nothing against Cadbury !!! As to your question, I have no idea apart from using a clone tool in Photoshop or other program.
beachsidelegs () 3:31AM | Tue, 11 August 2020
She looks stunning love her outfit and body shape looks so real :)
bugsnouveau () 8:48AM | Tue, 11 August 2020
You can split stuff in Bryce using a Boolean. Daz doesn't do it but Bryce is only $20 and you can send it back into Daz for rendering. PM me and I will test it before you buy.
Terese () 7:09PM | Tue, 11 August 2020
I like this. Its is beautiful. But are we adjusting the dress or the figure?
daggerwilldo () 11:19PM | Tue, 11 August 2020
Wonderful work. Unfortunately I don’t have much knowledge on the subject that you’re asking about. I hope you get an answer. Keep the wonderful works coming.