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I'm new user and just purchased Curvy 3d today

Postby Akura » Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:24 am

I need some help with some things.

Are there any hand making tutorials for Curvy? For like female and male hands. open and close with different positions of there fingers. any idea if there are available.

I'm also having problems using the Image Inflate tool. can you let me know what kind of images I'm aloud to use with this tool.
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Postby Simon » Fri Nov 05, 2010 7:23 am

Hand Example - Click the grid icon in the top left of the front view to make it fill the whole screen, then trace the fingers and palm to make 6 separate lathes. You can merge the parts if necessary or leave them separate for easier editing.

Image Inflate - Use BMP images smaller than 128x128 for best results, lots more info on how to use them here: Image Inflate Docs[/url]
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Postby Akura » Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:40 pm

thank you so very much for this ^^ what about color? only all white with no detail on a black background current?

I been trying to make a female figure but im having some issues with her chest. what tool do u sud-jest i use. heres my screen shot of it.

http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd27 ... led-24.png

im not sure where to go from here
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Postby Simon » Fri Nov 05, 2010 4:18 pm

That is a great start :)

Perhaps try merging the breasts with the body. You can see this technique in action in this video

Essentially you group the breasts and the body together then choose Mesh/Merge. You can then use the smooth brush, or the other mesh sculpting tools to tweak the result - and when you are finished on one side use Mesh/Mirror to make the other side symmetrical.

Otherwise you could try painting the breast directly onto the body with the Curvy map, or the mesh sculpting tools.
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Postby Akura » Fri Nov 05, 2010 4:46 pm

Simon wrote:That is a great start :)

Perhaps try merging the breasts with the body. You can see this technique in action in this video

Essentially you group the breasts and the body together then choose Mesh/Merge. You can then use the smooth brush, or the other mesh sculpting tools to tweak the result - and when you are finished on one side use Mesh/Mirror to make the other side symmetrical.

Otherwise you could try painting the breast directly onto the body with the Curvy map, or the mesh sculpting tools.


Thank you very much ^^ I will try that.
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