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Emil

Hair Density Painting and Adjust Length

Hello,

I have 2 questions about the hair:

1. When I paint the density attribute the hair guides are reacting based on the vertices, i.e. when I hit only a vertex guides disappear (or appear). It means that with low polygon count I can't avoid stepped guides boundary. But with more subdivisions it is practically impossible to work due to long cooktime after each brush stroke… How can I deal with the guides between the vertices without increasing subdivision? Attachment below describes it.

2. To delete hair guides (for example, for hairline or beardline on the head) I use Length Adjust shelf tool with Target Length value of 0.001 (complete 0 is impossible), but this still leaves hairs roots as dots when rendered. Is there a cleaner way to delete the hair neatly along the boundary?

HairDensityAttachment.jpg

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