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[Tutorial] Requested: Loading Morphs in DAZ StudioThis is useful even to those working with Generation 4, because you can create and morph Gen 4 clothes in DS4.6 just as you can Genesis 1 and 2 clothes, and its free built-in creation tools are more robust and powerful than those that come by default with most versions of Poser. So even if you want to render in Poser, it makes sense to do your morphing in DAZ Studio.[Tutorial] Requested: Loading Morphs in DAZ Studio by SickleYield
The first thing you will need to do is to load the clothing item you would like to morph in DAZ Studio.
If it is set up with multi-resolution (I have no clear idea whether Poser can do that), you need to set the resolution to Base and the Subdivision to 0. You can do this in the Parameters tab to the right of the screen. If there is no Parameters tab, you can create one using Window--Panes/Tabs.
If it is morphed or posed by default, you should also set those dials to 0. Most clothing is not, but just to cover my bases.
Once the figure is fully zeroed and at base resolution, go to File--Export.
Creating various 3D digital art in the fantasy, science fiction, portrait and comic genres. |
~ Software mostly used for creations: DAZ Studio 4.7 Pro | Adobe Photoshop CS6
~ Software used in secondary capacity: Manga Studio | Bryce | Carrara | Hexagon
I am still trying to improve my skills each day. There is so much to learn. My original art was done basically by paper, pencil and ink when I created comic books as a hobby. Now, that I have found digital art to be more rewarding, I have used it to make comics because making corrections is much easier.
* Please fill free to leave me comments or suggestions as to how I can improve.
"I will continue to learn new things everyday of my life." ~ Me