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Face Mask Glare/Lines coming from it bug?

  • hi matthewallenn

    if you are trying to place that hat on the user's head use an image object under a head binding and replace it with the position you like

    please have a look at this  2d template tutorial 

    i hope that helped , if you need any help just let us know

    Cheers.

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  • I'm trying to have one of each hat under the person's eyes using a facemask.

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  • hi matthewallenn 

    you can do it with image object under head binding
    and in face mask you can do it by selecting all the face points in the view 3D scene

    and resize all those points you will notice when you make it bigger the hat will become smaller
    and if you swipe it to the left the hat will placed in right direction

    try it and let us know what happen with you

    Cheers.

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  • I understand that, my issue is the pink lines that are shooting away from the image. The lines are not apart of the image and don't know why they're appearing. You can see them in the preview.

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  • hi matthewallenn

    i think the lines already in the texture of the hat,
    try to change it if it didn't
    please feel free to contact support at this email :  Lensstudio-support@snapchat.com

    Cheers

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  • Unfortunately the lines aren't apart of the texture... they've literally appeared out of nowhere. This is the texture down below

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  • Try to change the blend mode, that happened a couple of times to me too. 

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  • Just tried every single blend mode, still has the lines... so frusterating...

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  • give me the Picture so i can see if i get it to work 

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  • give me the Picture so i can see if i get it to work 

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  • its a png

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  • Ok i took it into photoshop increase the edges a bit and remade the project here is the preview

     

    here is the download link:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SDWCLuQU5Tzkaq3QSbG5xiR9IjRFYy73/view?usp=sharing

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  • THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! How did you fix it? Really appreciate all your help!

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  • I just increase the crop size

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