I have a question on dForce….
I use the clothing but sparingly…I have gone through all the scene setup and applied the pose, applied the simulation and then decided that it didn’t look “right” for the scene…Zeroed the pose and clothing and tried again…it will go through the simulation and then the clothing goes all over the place like an explosion…I end up having to shut down and open the program again and reset it all again…am I doing something wrong or can you not do multiple poses using dForce?
Well, I had some problems like yours , depending the pose I choose. If the pose your are using has parts so much near of bodyand it i what is causing this problem.
So edit a little the pose and try again. Ah remember save your work before make the simulation, so if you need make some changes is better than start all again. 😉
This is what I do when I have this explosion, so I hope it can help you. 🙂
Thank you! I will give it a try…and yes, I have learned to have my work saved with my character “undressed” so that all I have to do is reopen it if needed.
You do better than me, because even I tell you to save your work, sometimes I forget to do that… hahahaha
And was a pleasure can help. 🙂
As well as Anna’s tip here is another useful tip if you’re using the timeline to drape your clothing and your body parts are close or touching. I’ll use 30 frames for this example but it can be any amount and we’ll say a hand resting on the hip is causing the problem.
Set your initial and final poses as usual within the timeline over the 30 frames. Add another 10 frames (40 total) so that it repeats the final pose (the pose is effectively stationary). At frame 30, move the hand away from the hip so that there is a noticeable gap but it shouldn’t be too far.
This should mean that the clothing will drape with the hand out of the way and then you move the hand into it’s correct place. The method may need some refinement, depending on the pose and if I’ve worded it correctly.