Oh what a wonderful script.
To note that it does not replace doing some modeling ‘work’, okay ... but it is sure a big help!
Tried something to make a skirt as we all know those short leather skirts are ‘tight’.
Now, Genesis’ mesh is not redistributable.
Your tube’s mesh “might be”*** ... but the tube needs a little work.
So taking the Genesis’ dress dummy; turning it into a ‘skirt dummy’ ... importing that .obj into D/S ... using that with one’s own cylinder mesh ... using the shrink wrap script ... wrap one’s skirt cylinder over the ‘skirt dummy’ ... then delete everything out except the ‘new skirt cylinder’, dialing up the morph of course ... export that .obj out.
Import it into Hexagon [or whichever program you’re using], and import in also a “Genesis Dress Dummy”.
Finish modeling it as you wish. Uvmap it. Unfold the uvmap.
Delete the dress dummy.
Export out the new skirt .obj file.
In D/S, with a freshly loaded Genesis, import in the new skirt .obj file.
Do NOT morph Genesis!
Make the Clothing piece and “save it”.
Delete it and load it [may have to refresh folders for D/S to find it] ... now you can apply ‘fit to’, and morph Genesis and see what happens.
First I did the basic save ... then I saved a second skirt “L” for “loaded” using Sickleyield’s product to add in all kinds of morphs.
Hopefully the images will load in order. There are 12 of them.
*** I have sent a query to be sure; so far as I can tell, our own mesh should be redistributable using this shrink wrap script but let’s all wait for an answer before doing that “just in case”.