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3D hair

  • I wish you luck Mike.  I have repeatedly asked this very same question and no one ever answers.  I hope someone does, I would very much like to learn about importing realistic hair and how to import it.

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  • Hi Mike G., 

    We are having our engineers check out these issues and find solutions. Please look out for a private message from Zendesk soon. We'll be sure to post the solution publicly in this thread as well!



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  • Hi Mike,

    The easiest way to occlude the braids behind the shoulders will be to use a Mask Texture on your Camera so that it doesn't draw on top of the shoulders.

    1. Create a Shoulder segmentation texture: Resources Panel > Add New > Texture > Segmentation Texture > Portrait Shoulder

    2. Select the new texture, make sure "Invert Mask" is enabled

    3. Select your main Camera and set "Mask Texture" to your segmentation texture

    Now, your main camera won't render over the shoulders, so the braids won't show up in front.

    There are a few other ways to do this that give more flexibility, but they're more complicated to set up so let's go with the easiest first. Let me know if you need any more help with this!


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