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    First Acs4 Character Pose

    Here's my first attempt at posing one of my character models with the new ACS4 plug-ins. My weight maps are out of whack so I have tried to cover this guy's deformed curled fingers.

    So far I'm really digging ACS4. It was well worth the $90!
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    nice model btw thx for the ac24 tip
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    Yes, acs4 rocks.

    Looking forward to future rigs.

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    Looks good to me. I still haven't gotten ACS or TSM, but they both look great.
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    Very strange expression of a face, especially for the militarian

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    SOLDIER'S EXPRESSION

    These are the endomorphs I have modeled. Seems like when I use more than two or three morphs at a time in the Morph Mixer, the face really starts looking funky.

    I haven't figured out how to control the eyes with ACS4 yet, so I control them through Morp Mixer for now.
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    I like the pose, but it seems like the weapon is resting on his left hand, while he should be holding it. i.e. don't you think that the left thumb should be above or on the side of the weapon, and not under it ?
    Just a comment.


    Renato

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