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How do I use face occluder to put my face in front of my model?

  • It should be working fine make sure the head binding is set to 0

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  • The Head Binding is set to 0 but the model is still in front of me :(

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  • Try pushing it back abit you’ll see it will go through the head

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  • Have you moved your model into the head binding?

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  • Yes. Oddly when I give the occluder mesh a material, I can see that it's working for that.  However, my actual face remains behind the model & the occluder.

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  • I don’t know sorry when I import a model and and attach it to a head binding it works

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  • Hi, TheOldestNewb

    Attach a picture of the project so we can help you

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  • If you want armour use the 3D body template it’s easier

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  • Move the model forward

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  • I'm guessing this is a bug because I created a new project and it worked fine.

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