the daily life of models

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Re: the daily life of models

Postby punkduck » Mon Jul 22, 2019 5:54 pm

I just want to show the users, how MakeClothes really works internally. This is a picture from the early days of our long term development in MakeHuman.

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Elvaerwyn had the idea of an old sewing machine. Where I grew up, we had a machine from the 60s. Elv remembered she was using a model from the earlier times, and I found out it must have been a singer model 27 in sphinx design (first built somewhere around 1904). It definitely looks better than the machine of my grandma from the sixties.

So I did this scene.

Meanwhile all my characters have clothes. ;)

A big thank you to all the authors doing assets for MakeHuman and to Elv especially for helping me with mannequin, clothes rack, floor lamp, hanging clothes and fabric.
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Re: the daily life of models

Postby joepal » Mon Jul 22, 2019 7:22 pm

Love it :-)
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Re: the daily life of models

Postby MargaretToigo » Wed Jul 24, 2019 3:25 pm

That's exactly how I imagined MakeClothes working... :D
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Re: the daily life of models

Postby punkduck » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:41 pm

I did a new render in between of less known bedroom secrets. The canopy bed and the french one piece lace was made by Elvaerwyn. Thank you very much :D
The character is weighted using the skeleton twice with and without a "keep-volume" in Blender. It is Mindfront's method without corrective smooth.

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less known bedroom secrets


I hope you like it.

Edit: I had to redo the hair: blender 2.80 display the emitters of the hair (scene was done with 2.79 but rendered with 2.80)
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Re: the daily life of models

Postby Mindfront » Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:46 am

Outstanding!!!
Quantum Physics, one of my favorite subject :ugeek: after Blender and MakeHuman ofcorse.
When I saw this I just had to comment, sad about not having time to stay for long, this time...just realized it's 03:43 AM.
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Re: the daily life of models

Postby punkduck » Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:47 pm

Going to bed late (or should I say early) seems to be a common habit here in the community. 2h30 is no problem, that's what I sometimes do. Of course the alarm clock throws me out of bed at 7h30. And we have more nocturnal persons in our world :mrgreen:

Mindfront: we cannot understand quantum mechanics. We have to accept it (citation from wolgade's tutoress of physics ) ....

Honestly I had to watch videos about that phenomenon (Schrödinger's cat) which then was my idea of the book cover. The portrait of Schrödinger is from the old 1000 Schilling bill (Austria).
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