06-18-2013 04:05 PM
Totally bouncy? No limits? There's no such setting. You can experiment to find settings that work best for you, though.
Flexible prim characteristics are as follows:
- Softness: Controls the stiffness of the prim on a scale of 0 to 3, where 0 is the most stiff and 3 is the most soft.
- Gravity: Controls how hard gravity pulls down on the prim. If you enter a negative value, gravity pulls the object upward instead.
- Drag: Controls how much drag the atmosphere appears to exert on the prim when it's moved.
- Wind: Controls how much this prim bends in response to the current region's wind.
- Tension: Controls how much force is pulling the top of the prim away from its base.
- Force X/Y/Z: Controls how much artificial force is applied on the prim, from different directions.So, making a prim more elastic, or bouncy, usually involves messing with softness, drag, and tension.
06-21-2013 02:36 AM
All of the above are deactivated how and cannot be fiddled with, but on the right side gravity, friction, bounciness and density in 100 kg/m^3 are adjustable, so rhose are the only ones I can use.
06-21-2013 06:20 AM
If your hair is flexy, in order to change the flexibility you must choose each piece of your hair seperately - 'edit linked parts' - and change them one at a time.
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06-25-2013 10:08 AM
Elisaisabel Munro wrote:
i've never did a hair, so i interrupt your thread to ask you how you go it
escuse me my non related question!
These very detailed step by step instructions are from year 2007.
Anyway, they are still valid and great info how make prim hair.