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im new to rigged mesh building and on blender it looks good and when i export it as dea to sl it looks horible i did automatic weight paint i have uv maps all set up and it works well on blender with the pose mode but only in when i upload its bad. heres how it is on blender:https://ibb.co/DDtB1rj and how it looks in second life:https://ibb.co/0yVNMX4 is the problem comes because the avatar i use not good? or the automatic weight paints ruins it? or its something else? please help and thanks everyone
Hi all, I made a garment for maitreya, it fits the body, but for some reasonn I cannot get it to move with the body. Looking for someone who can rig and weight paint my garment for Maitreya body, will pay in lindens. Klubbie Resident
Hello, I make clothes but just cant get the hang of weight painting them no matter what i do. So I'm posting this to ask if anyone that is good at it how much would you charge to weight paint the clothing I make.Or if would prefer to be business partners. Send an IM to GuardianNikki if you have any interest in this.
I've been making mesh clothing for a while , about a year, and there is one thing that has been driving me mad the whole time, so much so that I generally avoid creating clothing that includes... shoulder straps. I see other creators make clothing with delicate shoulder straps that don'd distort like a runny pancake like mine do and I'm at a loss for how they do it. When I inspect the clothes I see they are very dense with Polygons or rather Triangles, are two sided and sometimes have a Li of a good sized castle. I hope that isn't somehow part of it. I use Avastar, and the work flow is to transfer the weights from the body to the mesh item then rig the item to the avastar rig "KeepIng" weights for other than the shoulders it's usually pain free. I smooth weights here and there, lighten in areas that don't need to crumple etc but no amount of painting seems to fix this or , more to the point, I've gone around in circles so many times I need to just ask. Below is a pic of what I'm talking about. This is shot from above on the left shoulder, head to the left of the image. Now I can tell that the shoulder bone is pulling at it but ...ya circles I go. So any help would be appreciated. Cheers