Actually I didn’t think the fit for the various auto morphs was all the good. I ended up doing them all by hand so they would look right to me.
Action morphs like this Or were you thinking of something else?
I posted the rest of the promos on my Facebook page.
Those are precisely what I mean by action morphs; they are doing something active with the model, not just adjusting it for fit. So many 3D clothes-makers think that their clothes are only going to be worn one way, and will be static, maybe only adjusting for the occasional odd bend. You can’t untuck one shirt-tail to show disheveled, you can’t hang a slipper from the toes of your character, many shirts and dresses can’t even be opened where there are obvious buttons, and most pants are static items that don’t unbutton/zip, much less slide down in a dressing/undressing action. I make a point to buy everyday clothes where the author has put in the effort to make shirts open, jackets unzip, etc., because I’m simply not knowledgable enough to export to hexagon, edit the mesh to look like I want it to, and import it back…
The Genesis promos look great (my internal copy editor needs to tell you that Skinny is misspelled on the morphs page) and I’d buy it immediately at the JeanZ price or a bit more; the 4.5 auto-fits of the V4 JeanZ work well enough to be more useful than most other jeans are, but of course I’d love the fit hand-tuned for Genesis.