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Post Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#1  Lickitung 06 Dec 2009 22:11

Okay, so I'm trying to make a Halfling character.  DnD style.

For those not in the know, a Halfling from the Dungeons and dragons game is proportioned just like a normal human being, only with a ~slightly~ longer skull and they tend to be around 3 to 4 feet high, 4 feet being a race of Halfling known as a 'Tallfellow'.

This said, I'm trying to get a scaled character to Halfling size and geometries get screwy around the chest area and shoulders and ribs.  The problem isn't with the Morphs I currently have in place as I tried removing those and still have the same problem.

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From what you can see, near the neck and near the breasts on the shoulders as well as at the back of her ribcage where it meets the waist.

Is there a utility that'll properly scale Posette down?

I've managed most the scale down, but not quite, still need another foot or so...

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#2  ahjah 06 Dec 2009 22:31

... why not simply scale the BODY down?
 




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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#3  Lickitung 06 Dec 2009 22:36

That's what I'm sayi...  *goes to check* ....


         


Can you tell I only know what I know about Poser by playing around with it?  Thanks again Ahjah.

Maybe I should make a thread called "Licki's problems/screwups" since I keep asking for advice :P
 



 
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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#4  ahjah 06 Dec 2009 23:00


If you need bigger feet or a bigger head, magnets do a nice job. for scaling up the hands, scaling poses that scale up every single limb in the hands have been around... I'll have a look if I find the link
 




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#5  Lickitung 06 Dec 2009 23:07

Thanks, I don't really need a bigger head.. just a longer cranium.

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#6  posfan 06 Dec 2009 23:08

Lickitung wrote: [View Post]

Maybe I should make a thread called "Licki's problems/screwups" since I keep asking for advice :P


That may be a good idea!!!    

Could be useful for other newbies too!!!  

 
 



 
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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#7  ahjah 06 Dec 2009 23:33

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Thanks, I don't really need a bigger head.. just a longer cranium.

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Looks like a job for magnets, too. And they'll fit the hair in one step
 




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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#8  Lickitung 07 Dec 2009 00:41

Would you happen to know how to change a magnet to a morph? :o  I'm sure I've seen that somewhwere before  
 



 
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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#9  posfan 07 Dec 2009 00:52

"Spawn Morph Target" and save figure to the library as new Cr2; this way you can transfer the morph to other figures with Morphmanager.
 



 
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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#10  Lickitung 07 Dec 2009 01:02

so it'd do a full body morph target when you 'spawn morph target'?

EDIT: Dur... just tried it.  Select the body part and spawn morph target and it shoves it in there.  Coo tho  That's never seemed to work for me when I tried it in P4... that or I'm a doofus.

Mah Halfling is done!!  

Now to clothe her...  
 



 
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Post Re: Any Good Scaling Morphs Or Apps?

#11  posfan 07 Dec 2009 11:14

It worked fine for me in P4. Never had trouble with it.
 



 
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