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=== Instructions ===
=== Instructions ===
Revision as of 14:27, 11 December 2016
The short version
The long version
The intention with the fashion render is to give the user a completely honest idea about an asset, and to enable comparison of assets. Thus, you are very limited in what you are allowed to change in the scene.
What you cannot do for the front/side/back renders:
- You can't move light sources or change their intensity
- You can't move the camera or change it angle
- You can't edit the backdrop mesh
- You can't change the settings for sky backdrop or ambient occlusion
- You can't change the materials from how MHX2 made them look upon import (with the exception that you are allowed to manually add bump maps / normal maps if MHX2 failed to set them up correctly)
- You can't edit the meshes of the assets (with the exception that if two clothes pieces from different authors intersect each other, you are allowed to delete a few of the offending vertices)
What you can do for the front/side/back renders:
- You are allowed to use whatever toon shape you want
- You are allowed to use whatever pose you want (although for practical reasons, poses where the toon is lying down should probably be avoided)
- If you so desire, you can add a subdivision modifier both on the toon and on the assets
- Change the color of the backdrop (might be necessary if there is too little contrast between the clothes and the backgrount)
When you upload your renders, there is a file slot called "touched-up render". This follows the same rules for scene, lights and camera, but for this image:
- You are allowed to do whatever you want with the materials
- You are allowed to do minor touch-up on the meshes
- You are allowed to use particle systems where you feel it is appropriate
Model the toon to your liking in MakeHuman, and equip it with the assets you want to demo. If there is a pose you would like to use, you might as well assign it too, otherwise you will need to pose the character inside blender later on.
Upon export, use MHX2 unless you have strong reasons not to. Be sure to set "scale units" to "meter".
In blender, import the toon. It should appear in roughly the appropriate position. If not, move it so that it fits inside the box named "place_toon_inside_this_box".
The file defaults to 2000 samples, GPU compute. If this is too heavy for your machines, adjust these settings, but please do not go below 500 samples.