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Bitmoji-style based on Paper Head Template

  • Hey! Not sure if this lens will be able to be published, as Bitmoji is a trademarked word. If you try and publish this lens with the word Bitmoji in it, it will be taken down quite quickly. Even if you do get around this, the images are most likely copyrighted by Bitmoji and will probably be flagged during the review process.

    As for your issues, I am not sure I am completely clear on all of them, but for the ones I do understand:

    1) No need to change the script to add/remove textures in the Script editor, all you need to do is go to. your "Objects" hierarchy (looks like this) Select "PaperHeadController [EDIT_ME]" and in the inspector, add or remove the number of textures using the X's on the right, or the "Add Value" button on the bottom. (Looks like this)

    2) To replace the entire background as a chroma key green, I would either use a Portrait Background Segmentation Texture, allow the user to choose their own image using an Image Picker, or set a Screen Image that is just green, and place the Face Controller ahead of it in the Object Hierarchy so it shows up over the green screen.

    3) I think I know what you mean by using a head, not 100% sure, however you could just make the head texture a Screen Image and have the Face Controller in front of it so it looks like the head and features are attached

    If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!

    Best of luck

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  • Hello Rachel Thorn ,


    Try these to template it my help you

    1- Segmentation

    2- Paper Head


    try to learn how these to Lens work and create your won Lens


    I Hope I Helped.


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