Messy hair


(Woodman5k) #1

after several attempts at using curve guides I decided to finally just settle with good ole messy.

http://web.pdx.edu/~wlf/hairytest.jpg


(sagat) #2

nice one. did u use any phyton scripts?


(Streen) #3

It looks good. Could you just not get the curves to look right?


(Woodman5k) #4

Thanks,

No Sagat, I didn’t use any python scripts.

Streen: Yea, I was having trouble getting the curve guides to behave properly in unison. I was able to get the guides to work, but it was the areas between the guides that I was having problems.


(Streen) #5

Yeah, I know how you feel, I’m using them with toon shading in my most recent wip. My particles look fatter than yours do though.


(Woodman5k) #6

I am getting much better luck by splitting the hair mesh up and placing guides to each piece on seperate layers. This one has 3 pieces to it. One thing I want to fix is the ends of the hairs are becoming dotted. Oh well, if anyone knows a good way to get rid of this let me know :slight_smile:

http://web.pdx.edu/~wlf/hairytest3.jpg


(Enriq766) #7

Can you say Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia Pet!

I had to check my green settings on my monitor but im sure that hair is green. It really looks like a Chia pet bro.


(Woodman5k) #8

It really looks like a Chia pet bro.

Thanks holmes.


(Haker) #9

Try increasing the steps to get rid of dots, holmes.


(Woodman5k) #10

Thanks dog.

http://web.pdx.edu/~wlf/hairytest4.jpg