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Wobbly Face Masks

  • Hi Kevin!

    That's an awesome Lens. 

    You're right, Face Mask is a fundamentally different tech than Face Mesh. The top of the Face Mask is not tracked as well as the rest of the face. You can use an Opacity mask on the material to fade out the edges depending on the effect you are trying to achieve. 

    You should also be able to recreate this Lens with Face Mesh. Take a look at the UV reference for the Face Mesh to help with this:

    Let me know if you need any clarification.




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  • Much thanks for your comments Jonathan! Your info is appreciated. Since last week, I've been diving deeper into Lens Studio and totally get the differences now. I've been on the face mesh ever since. I still enjoy the face masks for certain types of ideas and even combing them both. I think I will actually leave this one as is (Very glad you dig it!)

    Thanks again for the clarification.



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