I have been exploring Hexagon since finding that i needed a prop for a scene and could not find anything that fitted the bill elsewhere. For me this was and is a big deal, because i dont have a great deal of technical know how. I did however find a few tutorials, though to be honest many of the links to tutorials in this forum dont seem to work. Thats another question, maybe for later.
I have been playing around with this for a longish time now and i have managed to make something that, while far from perfect, is pretty close to what i want. I even got it into Daz, At first i wondered why i couldnt see it, then after a lot of experimenting i found out that if i increased the size by around five thousand, i wrote that to be sure the actual size was understood, thats 5000 times bigger it was almost usable, to actually have it to scale with a human would need 50 thousand times bigger.
Obviously there has to be a way to save something made in Hexagon so that when it is in Daz it is to normal scale. I got as far as i have by finding and following some tutorials, the finding was not easy, but i got there in the end. I need to gain an understanding of size when creating things in hexagon, a link to an appropriate tutorial would be very much appreciated.
Incidentally many of the links in the tutorial section of this forum are broken, particularly the Daz artzone ones. Not sure but maybe the artzone was altered when the big revamp happened.