OK, now I get it. it was explained in the documentation but it didn’t sink in. That’s a nice looking procedural you made and good to have the option.
Here’s a totally unrelated question, please correct me if i make any wrong assumptions: The realistic figures; asian, caucasian, and african share the same mesh per gender. Choosing an ethnicity brings a version of the mesh into your scene that’s been shaped to mimic that racial group but the topology remains the same. You’ll get that ethnicity even with the body measurments zeroed out. Asian, caucasian, and african characters are essentially different. The phenotypes are dial spins though. You could choose Asian/North American but dial it into East Asian if you wanted.
So far so good I hope. I ask the question to inquire whether new phenotypes should be added to the Lab, which is what I think you did with your upcoming Latino addition. It’s essentially dial spins, correct? I wondered if it were possible for end users to submit .json files that could be used to fill in some gaps, specifically by refining the African and African American categories?
Keep up the good work.