[Released] dForce Magnet [Commercial]

RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158
edited January 28 in Daz PA Commercial Products

Take control of your dForce simulations with the new dForce Magnet from Esha and RiverSoft Art! The dForce Magnet allows you to precisely control dForce simulations by allowing you to "grab" fabrics and hair and influence their movement. The dForce Magnet script creates a special handle in your scene tied to a specific vertex in your surface. Move the dForce Magnet around in your timeline dForce simulations and move that vertex, affecting the entire dForce object. Use dForce Magnet to create never before possible movement or subtly enhance the default simulations. The dForce Magnet can:

  • Precisely drape your fabrics on objects in your scene
  • Have a character appear to be lifting up their skirt or opening their shirt
  • Move individual strands of hairs
  • Endless Possibilities!

Take your dForce simulations beyond the ordinary by using the dForce Magnet, all within Daz Studio!

Animations

Long Dress

Pareo

Toon Kid

Manual and Tutorials

User Guide

Timelapse of Magnets in action

 

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dForce Magnet User Guide.pdf
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Comments

  • eshaesha Posts: 2,455

    I had a lot of fun making my promos, I hope you'll have fun playing with the dForce Magnets, too! smiley

  • FSMCDesignsFSMCDesigns Posts: 7,147

    Awesome, this looks very useful!

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    Awesome, this looks very useful!

    We think it is smiley  It really adds a dimension to using dForce that was missing.

  • Instabuy. Thanks!

  • MarkHMarkH Posts: 67

    This is exactly what dForce needed - Bravo!

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    Instabuy. Thanks!

    You're welcome! (and thanks for the support) smiley

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158
    MarkH said:

    This is exactly what dForce needed - Bravo!

    Thank you!

  • MelanieLMelanieL Posts: 4,262

    This looks amazing! (I just hope my poor old PC can handle it - sometimes it's a bit touch-and-go with dForce)

  • LeanaLeana Posts: 3,886

    Instabuy. Thanks!

    Same here. This will be very useful!

  • eshaesha Posts: 2,455
    MelanieL said:

    This looks amazing! (I just hope my poor old PC can handle it - sometimes it's a bit touch-and-go with dForce)

    It adds only very few polys to the calculations so you should be fine. smiley

  • SimonJMSimonJM Posts: 5,098

    Brilliant!

  • MelanieLMelanieL Posts: 4,262
    esha said:
    MelanieL said:

    This looks amazing! (I just hope my poor old PC can handle it - sometimes it's a bit touch-and-go with dForce)

    It adds only very few polys to the calculations so you should be fine. smiley

    Good news - in that case, I only need to hope that my poor wallet can handle it!

  • CybersoxCybersox Posts: 5,870

    Damn!  Another must-buy product.  Am I correct in assumining that you can use multiple magnets, but that each simulation has to be run separately?

  • Miss Bad WolfMiss Bad Wolf Posts: 20,171

    Will this help with the issue of having a DForce hood and putting hair under it?

  • gerstergerster Posts: 301

    Hey RiverSoft,

    I like your products and have most of them. They are very vey usefull.

    But I don‘t get the point of that product. I have https://www.daz3d.com/powerful-dforce-discoveries-and-solutions where this technic is also explained. You can use any primitive as a dforce magent. So... what is the big benefit on this product?
    Don‘t get my wrong, I think there is a benefit. That‘s why I‘m asking ;)

  • gerster said:

    Hey RiverSoft,

    I like your products and have most of them. They are very vey usefull.

    But I don‘t get the point of that product. I have https://www.daz3d.com/powerful-dforce-discoveries-and-solutions where this technic is also explained. You can use any primitive as a dforce magent. So... what is the big benefit on this product?
    Don‘t get my wrong, I think there is a benefit. That‘s why I‘m asking ;)

    Automation/convenience presumably. As with a lot of content in the store, you could do it yourself - but is it worth doing so? Only you can decide.

  • Aave NainenAave Nainen Posts: 1,086

    This looks like a must have to me, simplifies the process of using primitives to position/push/pull fabric to where you want it to go.

  • Why must you take all my money. LOL. This looks useful as heck! Look forward to it.

  • IceDragonArtIceDragonArt Posts: 12,233

    Awesome, this looks incredibly useful.  Especially since while I know I can do it myself, I don't want to lol.  This will be a huge time saver over learning to it manually

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158
    Cybersox said:

    Damn!  Another must-buy product.  Am I correct in assumining that you can use multiple magnets, but that each simulation has to be run separately?

    No, in fact they all need to run together. 

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    Will this help with the issue of having a DForce hood and putting hair under it?

    It might help some, but it will still be tricky.

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158
    gerster said:

    Hey RiverSoft,

    I like your products and have most of them. They are very vey usefull.

    But I don‘t get the point of that product. I have https://www.daz3d.com/powerful-dforce-discoveries-and-solutions where this technic is also explained. You can use any primitive as a dforce magent. So... what is the big benefit on this product?
    Don‘t get my wrong, I think there is a benefit. That‘s why I‘m asking ;)

    Automation/convenience presumably. As with a lot of content in the store, you could do it yourself - but is it worth doing so? Only you can decide.

    I don't have that product so I don't know what technique they use.  From what I remember Esha telling, the process would require exporting from Daz, add something, and then importing, and then if the point was wrong, trying again (Esha can fill this in better).  

    But as Richard states, it is much easier and more flexible to do this.  Watch the videos and see.

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    This looks like a must have to me, simplifies the process of using primitives to position/push/pull fabric to where you want it to go.

    Definitely.

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    Why must you take all my money. LOL. This looks useful as heck! Look forward to it.

    We try.  laugh  Thanks.

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    Awesome, this looks incredibly useful.  Especially since while I know I can do it myself, I don't want to lol.  This will be a huge time saver over learning to it manually

    You're welcome!

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158
    SimonJM said:

    Brilliant!

    Thanks.

  • andrushuk1andrushuk1 Posts: 167

    looks very interesting ;)

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    looks very interesting ;)

    Thanks.  I hope you will like it!

  • There's no doubt you really have taken over as one of the best scripter's out there the ideas and applications are amazing !!!

  • RiverSoftArtRiverSoftArt Posts: 2,158

    There's no doubt you really have taken over as one of the best scripter's out there the ideas and applications are amazing !!!

    Thanks.  That is very nice of you to say. Though the idea was entirely Esha's.  I am just the engineer; she is the architect smiley

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