Invisible Pantleg Bulge 01 {Projection Morph}

Catherine3678abCatherine3678ab Posts: 3,835
edited May 5 in Freebies

Testing out an idea here: when applied to the figure, G8M, it will project the morph into the clothing that is affected by the legs. Generally speaking, the pants as well as any footwear that goes over the leg. Works well enough with several clothing items. It is not recommended for "robes" ...

Sigh, the attachments come and go and come and go .... here's the link for the upload at sharecg.com.

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Comments

  • TorquinoxTorquinox Posts: 1,069

    This seems a step in the right direction. Excellent!

  • Catherine3678abCatherine3678ab Posts: 3,835

    Thank you, enjoy :-)

  • ShadowBox24ShadowBox24 Posts: 64

    Looks fantastic, i'll giive it ago smiley

  • nabob21nabob21 Posts: 408

    I'm soory, but I'm not clear on what this morph does. Can you explain it a little more?

    Thanks.

  • Catherine3678abCatherine3678ab Posts: 3,835
    edited May 6

    nabob21 said:

    I'm soory, but I'm not clear on what this morph does. Can you explain it a little more?

    Thanks.

    Put a skin tight clothing figure on the legs, select G8M, apply the invisible morph. The pant legs will no longer appear to be skin tight, but straighter and wider within reason. I did smooth it back to figure near the groin and ankles so regular shoes and other morphs for the groin area should not be adversely affected.

     

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  • nabob21nabob21 Posts: 408

    Thanks for the clarification Catherine3678ab.

  • Catherine3678abCatherine3678ab Posts: 3,835

    You're welcome ;-)

  • axicecalaxicecal Posts: 1

    Techniques and little things like this are so important. So many people refuse to use or learn this.

  • TorquinoxTorquinox Posts: 1,069

    Thanks again Catherine for your hard work and for sharing with us. yes

  • Catherine3678abCatherine3678ab Posts: 3,835

    You're all welcome. For those wanting to know how to make Projection Morphs ... tutorial is over at sharecg.com ;-)

     

  • ShadowBox24ShadowBox24 Posts: 64

    Cheers Cath, I've just DL

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