Announcement: Evil Beware! Genesis Supersuit is here!

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  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited June 2012

    Ok. What happened here? I applied the preset on Genesis both morphed and unmorphed with the same results.

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  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I seem to recall I got that result too - but thought at the time that I must have done something wrong....:long:

  • jcadiramjcadiram Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I got exactly that result too... was a bit awkward rendering an "Iron Man"-esque figure that looked like he was ready for Mardi Gras...


    Mr Bowen said:
    Ok. What happened here? I applied the preset on Genesis both morphed and unmorphed with the same results.

  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited December 1969

    Ha! Mardi Gras armor. I had other of the presets do the same thing too.

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Guess it is a case of an area of the suit being hidden when it shouldn't have.......will have to experiment, after reviewing the tutorial movies that Rand so helpfully provided a link to in the forums......:)

  • flashbackflashback Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    All characters are wearing the supersuit or something that has been modified using the shaders from the suit.

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  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    jcadiram said:
    I got exactly that result too... was a bit awkward rendering an "Iron Man"-esque figure that looked like he was ready for Mardi Gras...


    Mr Bowen said:
    Ok. What happened here? I applied the preset on Genesis both morphed and unmorphed with the same results.

    Okay, did a little bit of poking around the settings and this is what I came up with. See image below. Seems three of the hip settings were set wrongly. I believe these are the correct settings for the hip based on the promo, but I may be wrong. :)

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  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    All characters are wearing the supersuit or something that has been modified using the shaders from the suit.

    That's an amazing image - very storybook-like! Bet it took ages to render.....?!

  • flashbackflashback Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Cymbidium said:
    All characters are wearing the supersuit or something that has been modified using the shaders from the suit.

    That's an amazing image - very storybook-like! Bet it took ages to render.....?!

    Not really, only about an hour, maybe an hour and a half. I spent that much time experimenting with filters in PS before I was satisfied.

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Well, I guess that is quite quick, though I get jittery if a render takes more than 15-20mins...:lol:. Yes, I often spend a lot longer in postwork than actually setting up the scene and rendering, that is if I ever manage to get a satisfactory render which doesn't happen that often these days.....

  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited December 1969

    Thank you for help, Cymbidium. Though, having to do this kind of defeats the idea of Presets. I'll have to try it on the other presets too.

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Glad to be of help, Mr Bowen!! :) I suppose something got missed in the final setup of the presets, since there are so very many of them......I'm sure it is the same sort of thing with any other presets that don't quite 'do what is says on the tin'. :lol:


    Anyway, at least most of the preset settings worked, and you can always save a corrected version of the shape so you don't have to correct it each time. The supersuit is so very versatile, of course, that you don't have to stick to the preset if you like 'tinkering' with settings to get something unique. ;)

  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited December 1969

    They also forgot to spin the dial for the raised flaps on the sides. Thing is, I paid roughly $60, like others, it would be nice if everything worked as advertised instead of part of the job. Partially working Presets defeat the purpose of saving time. Oh well. Maybe Daz will Fix it...hint..hint...daz...

  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited June 2012

    Somehow, it looks different from the one shown on the website...

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  • bohemian3bohemian3 Posts: 568
    edited December 1969

    Supersuit meets Mentral Ray (3ds Max). I knew the MR metallic paint materials on the supersuit would look awesome the minute I saw it.

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  • edited December 1969

    DAZ_Rand said:

    3) I do plan on releasing my DC and Marvel characters as freebies... Stay tuned


    Please do.

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Mr Bowen said:
    Somehow, it looks different from the one shown on the website...

    Looks like some of the face 'seams' are either textured wrongly or 'hiding' - try playing with the settings for the seams, maybe they need to be pushed out.


    I know it is annoying when a preset doesn't quite do what it is supposed to do, but I'm sure the suit will be updated at some point, if Daz is aware of this problem. :) I for one am reluctant to raise another support request until things are a little more settled for them.....

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    bohemian3 said:
    Supersuit meets Mentral Ray (3ds Max). I knew the MR metallic paint materials on the supersuit would look awesome the minute I saw it.

    I agree, those mats look perfect on the suit! :) Wonderful render! May I ask which metallic paint mats you used?

  • BurstAngelBurstAngel Posts: 397
    edited December 1969

    Really having fun with the supersuit, except for one thing. You can't make leotards with it unless you make a transmap. Shorts are nice, but female heroines rarely go to work in them. Could we have a 2nd supersuit to address this or an update? Maybe an add-on?

  • Ron KnightsRon Knights Posts: 5
    edited December 1969

    I absolutely love the supersuit stuff. I was a bit disappointed with DAZ and Genesis till Michael 5 and the supersuit arrived. Now I'm having some fun.

    http://youtu.be/LNxkKJwpIEk

  • KickAir 8PKickAir 8P Posts: 1,843
    edited December 1969

    DAZ_Rand said:
    3) I do plan on releasing my DC and Marvel characters as freebies... Stay tuned

    Please do.

    Looking forward to that, thx! :-)

  • Scott LivingstonScott Livingston Posts: 4,107
    edited December 1969

    My first play with the Supersuit, purchased this evening. Started with the Adventurer shaping preset and the Captain Champion mat preset, and added a few tweaks. So far I'd have to agree with the general consensus that this thing is freaking awesome.

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  • Mr BowenMr Bowen Posts: 232
    edited December 1969

    Cymbidium, Yeah, I guess.
    I won't hold my breath waiting for a fix update though. Heh. I have quite a few things that just don't work right and were never were fixed. Oh well. Neat suit , though. I am surprised some obvious things got by QC.

  • CymbidiumCymbidium Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Yeah, I have a few things that never quite worked and were never fixed as well, but I can sometimes look at the settings and figure out what is wrong. Guess QC didn't test every single preset that closely, or an older version of a preset got included by mistake. It would be nice if updates were done more often. Don't think they will have time to look at any product errors for a while, though. Supersuit is amazing all the same! :)

  • Mythicka-MichelleMythicka-Michelle Posts: 223
    edited December 1969

    Can anyone who has already downloaded the Supersuit tell me how large the files sizes are for:
    1) The Supersuit
    2) The Supersuit Fantasy Pack
    Thanks :)

  • GoneGone Posts: 633
    edited December 1969

    Well, at least she is wearing the super suit seams. :lol:

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  • GoneGone Posts: 633
    edited December 1969

    Can anyone who has already downloaded the Supersuit tell me how large the files sizes are for:
    1) The Supersuit
    2) The Supersuit Fantasy Pack
    Thanks :)


    The super suit is 50.9 MB and the fantasy pack is 117 MB. Both metadatadata files are 5.65 MB.

    That's for the Windows files - I assume the Mac files will be similar.

  • OstadanOstadan Posts: 348
    edited December 1969

    Is there a good way to get some shredding/tearing effect in the fabric, other than making custom transmaps? The 'rag-erator' product, unsurprisingly, does not seem to work on the Supersuit.

  • Mythicka-MichelleMythicka-Michelle Posts: 223
    edited December 1969

    Gone said:
    Can anyone who has already downloaded the Supersuit tell me how large the files sizes are for:
    1) The Supersuit
    2) The Supersuit Fantasy Pack
    Thanks :)


    The super suit is 50.9 MB and the fantasy pack is 117 MB. Both metadatadata files are 5.65 MB.

    That's for the Windows files - I assume the Mac files will be similar.


    Thanks for the reply.

  • JohnDelaquioxJohnDelaquiox Posts: 1,075
    edited December 1969

    some really great images form everyone here

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