So who wants to talk about boobies?

ghastlycomicghastlycomic Posts: 1,706
edited December 1969 in New Users

More specifically, are there any good tutorials that discuss modelling unisex clothing that will look good when worn by female characters?

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  • 3DAGE3DAGE Posts: 2,010
    edited December 1969

    Auto-Fit !

    If it's a custom model, and you're building custom clothes to fit it., you would use your figure like a tailors dummy, and built the clothing to fit that figure shape.

    If you're meaning building clothing commercially, to fit a range of model shapes, then it depends on whether your target market is V4 / M4 or Genesis, since Genesis has autofit, and previous figures don't have that, ..they need to be built differently.

    Hope it helps :)

  • BlumBlumShubBlumBlumShub Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    Crap, I just wanted to talk about boobies!

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,415
    edited December 1969

    Emporer Ken either has already got Boobies in his catalogue, or is going to add them at some stage

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  • Richard HaseltineRichard Haseltine Posts: 19,421
    edited December 1969

    If you want the mesh to inherit breast morphs nicely I think the standard advice is to try to make sure that there's a good density of polygons there, and ideally to give the flow a similar structure to that of the base mesh (rather than a purely rectangular grid, which will result in jaggedness when projected out). The better the flow, the less 9to a point) you need to increase the density (assuming you are not catering to that segment of the market that believes nipples can push through a quarter inch of boiled leather).

  • bighbigh Posts: 5,432
    edited December 1969

    If you want the mesh to inherit breast morphs nicely I think the standard advice is to try to make sure that there's a good density of polygons there, and ideally to give the flow a similar structure to that of the base mesh (rather than a purely rectangular grid, which will result in jaggedness when projected out). The better the flow, the less 9to a point) you need to increase the density (assuming you are not catering to that segment of the market that believes nipples can push through a quarter inch of boiled leather).

    :lol: thank you

  • Robert952Robert952 Posts: 108
    edited December 1969

    Crap, I just wanted to talk about boobies!

    Me too. Just remember where Bee Milk comes from:

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  • atticanneatticanne Posts: 2,629
    edited December 1969

    I'm such a booby. I thought this was going to be another stupid thread.:cheese:

  • BlumBlumShubBlumBlumShub Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    AtticAnne said:
    I'm such a booby. I thought this was going to be another stupid thread.:cheese:

    Give me enough time, and it can be so!

  • ghastlycomicghastlycomic Posts: 1,706
    edited December 1969

    If you want the mesh to inherit breast morphs nicely I think the standard advice is to try to make sure that there's a good density of polygons there, and ideally to give the flow a similar structure to that of the base mesh (rather than a purely rectangular grid, which will result in jaggedness when projected out). The better the flow, the less 9to a point) you need to increase the density

    Great advice! Thanks!

    (assuming you are not catering to that segment of the market that believes nipples can push through a quarter inch of boiled leather).

    My nipples have always been unusually hard (used to get teased with the nickname "high-beams" as a kid), and living in Canada come February I'm punching holes in plate steel.

  • atticanneatticanne Posts: 2,629
    edited December 1969

    I'm not going to touch that one, BBS. All up to you, big guy.

  • JaderailJaderail Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    AtticAnne said:
    I'm not going to touch that one, BBS. All up to you, big guy.
    Don't you mean those.... %-P

  • atticanneatticanne Posts: 2,629
    edited December 1969

    Thanks, teach. You're right again. I should have said "those."

  • ghastlycomicghastlycomic Posts: 1,706
    edited December 1969

    :lol:

  • SickleYieldSickleYield Posts: 5,993
    edited October 2012

    If you want the mesh to inherit breast morphs nicely I think the standard advice is to try to make sure that there's a good density of polygons there, and ideally to give the flow a similar structure to that of the base mesh (rather than a purely rectangular grid, which will result in jaggedness when projected out). The better the flow, the less 9to a point) you need to increase the density (assuming you are not catering to that segment of the market that believes nipples can push through a quarter inch of boiled leather).

    Very good advice!


    My experience so far is that the smaller the breast morph, the better Auto works with it. I've started offering the PBMCleavage morph custom in my female items with lower necklines in addition to the other morphs that I do. There's basically no way to make Autoconform handle it properly (no "handle" pun intended). The same is true of Basicfemale+Voluptuous, PBMBreastsSize and PBMBreastsImplants, Iconics Girl4, and others that result in very large blue-footed seabirds.

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  • JaguarEllaJaguarElla Posts: 10,392
    edited December 1969

    well I posted an image of my hooters in the new hope thread but I will just leave this one alone!! :red:

  • JaderailJaderail Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    well I posted an image of my hooters in the new hope thread but I will just leave this one alone!! :red:
    Why? I thought you had a nice set of Hooters.

  • mjc1016mjc1016 Posts: 7,274
    edited December 1969

    My nipples have always been unusually hard (used to get teased with the nickname "high-beams" as a kid), and living in Canada come February I'm punching holes in plate steel.

    TMI...tmi...

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