If you already have Fenrics Posing Pack 3, your ‘Edit’ menu gets a new Fenric > Unlock Figure command, which would allow you to select them and delete them and free up the resources. If you haven’t been following Sci Fi Funk’s latest series of video tutorials, you’ve been missing out on some great stuff.
I don’t have any of Fenric’s stuff. Based on other threads about his products, I am sure that is my loss. Actually a small gripe of mine (and the fault is mostly my own ignorance), is that many vendors state what a given plug-in will do using some technical term that I don’t understand. So while I see something on their page that looks good, it is not immediately obvious to me what I can do with it.
No, Gars, I’m not trying to get you to buy something!!! Just sayin’ - if you already have it! lol
I don’t mind in the slightest.
An example of what I mean above: I found Carrara through a banner ad for DCG’s stuff. It was only in the last couple of months that I ended up buying some DCG plug-ins for Carrara. But I often browsed DCG’s site, staring and wondering if the purchase would be valuable to me. Now that I have some of of DCG’s stuff - I regret not getting it sooner.
The only caveat I have is that there is nil documentation (that I’ve found) so those technical terms still confuse and elude me. Heck, even some non-technical word choices…in the case of DCG, there is a “grout” property on nearly everything. Sure…I know what grouting is in the real world…but I don’t see what it means in the case of the shader. When I play with the property, all too often I don’t see any effect or change in the appearance. So I sit here in a daze wondering, “What the heck is this used for?”