Sorry about the dely, had a visitor, went for a short walk to the shops then had to prepare the evening meal.
Yes we can manipulate a mesh with the D-Form tool but like I have said before I can take you through the process as I don’t have access to Daz Studio at all. I know you don’t like English Vidieos but doing a google search is the only thing I can suggest unless others know of some written tutorails on the D-Form Tool.
Pete I have absolutely no prejudice with video tutorials as long as the guy takes into account that to follow his explanations he must speak slowly , make sure there is no echo in his room (there is one such case on youtube where you cant understand a thing because the voice is covered by reverberation of the room’s bad acoustics).
Here an example of a video whioh should have been re-recorded because of the very bad sound quality. (
I know there are restrictions on videos length on youtube and other equivalent site, I have used them ; my 2007 hike in Bryce Canyon is on Dailymotion (Down the grand Staircase), but better to make 2 videos for one subject that only one at the speed of light speech-wise! lol.
What I don’t like is to read a paper on the screen because it tires my eyesight, so in that case I prefer a printed tutorial. But for instance I downloaded all the DAZ videos tutorials, the problem in this case is that they are not updated to the 4.5 version and mostly are from version 3. I use also Photoshop Elements video tutorials by Rick Peterson from St Paul (Minnesota) who is a remarkable teacher and speaker. (his site : http://www.essential-photoshop-elements.com/about.html ). He should be an example for many others.
Anyway I’ll check again as I did that this morning but found mostly ads for DAZ! Not exactly what I was looking for.