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Old 26-11-2003, 06:06 PM   #1
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Hello all
I am currently working on a maya project and would like some advice what would you say is the best way to make shoulder leangth blond hail useing maya personal learning addition???
please help me.
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paintFX, or some geo with textures and transparincy maped to it..
are the 2 choises I know of. Furs not in PLE right? well don't feel bad becouse fur will not work well for sholderlingth hair.
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Paint effect would work just remeber when using paint effects sometimes you have to render in layers. Depending on your model you maybe able to use a few nurbs plains.
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im sorry im new to this
render in layers???
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Rendering in layer is when you have an animation and you break it down into a few different rendering passes.

For fast example

The first pass would be just your character moving around.

The second pass would be set.

The third would be paint effects.

Then once you have the 3 different passes you would bring them into a compositing program like aftereffects and merge them all together.
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ok
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