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Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Current Residence: Amsterdam (best place in the whole world)
Favourite genre of music: Rock
Favourite style of art: 3D realism
Operating System: Win7
MP3 player of choice: WinAmp
Wallpaper of choice: Home Made ones
Favourite cartoon character: Mandy by Dean Yeagle
Personal Quote: Bigger is better..!!!
i need some more help.. could any of you check out something for me.. i got a problem with the bvh importer of daz.. when i try to load a bvh file into daz im losing animations on both upper and lower legs completely.. now my question is, am i the only one having this problem, or is this just broken inside daz studio?

how to check if you have the same problem or not:

1. load up any figure into daz
2. put animation timeline on 15 frames orso
3. place a pose on every 5th frame so you got some movement going on, it really helps if the poses are completly different from each other so its easy to see if we loose movement or not
4. export the animation as a bvh file
5. open a new scene in daz and load in the same figure you loaded up in step 1
6. load in the bvh file and check if the animation is still the same
  • Listening to: rain hitting the window
  • Reading: daz manual (if i could find it)
  • Watching: animations
  • Playing: animations
  • Eating: left over pizza
  • Drinking: hot chocolate

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J-D-Hann Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Where ya at Saph??
Hope all is well. :D (Big Grin) 
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah, all is good, had a little problem with the new house, but everything is solved again, started doing renders today again too :D
hope you doing good too :love::love::love:
J-D-Hann Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
I'm glad to hear that things are well.:D (Big Grin) 
Life goes on with work and play. ;) (Wink) 
Looking to forward to see the new renders. Hug 
Pratev Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama! He is happy in his new home and I love him! :happybounce: 
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
haha.. well, great to hear :hooray:
cwtruett Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2016
I love your gallery.  Your work is amazing!
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you so much :D
Buddylicious Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
sydgrl3d Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for my birthday wishes!! 
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you are awesome, babes :kiss:
JS-Kjaer Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, I am totally enjoying your images. I see that you list Marvelous designer as one of the pgms you use. First, are you creating the outfits? Some are just so wonderful. Second, would you recommend MD? I want to design clothing for my models also and currently use Blender mainly but I have Maya, 3ds and Mudbox. zBrush is out of my budget although I did see they are releasing an entry lvl version. Anyway, I look forward to seeing your future work :D
SaphireNishi Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you very much for the kind words. yes, i do make my own clothing, however i do use content made by others as well. if you ever worked with the cloth simulator inside either blender or maya and you liked that, then i definitely suggest you give MD a try. MD is the most powerful cloth simulator that i know of and the results that you will get with MD are way superior and faster then what you could get in any other 3d application. but there is but too (there always is, right?!) the problem with MD is that you have to know a little bit about how to make real life clothing if you want clothing to actually look good that comes out of MD, how patterns work and how they should be applied to a human form and things like that, and this can get really complicated. so if that is not your thing, then i suggest to stay far away from MD

also, if you have mudbox you dont really need zbrush.. mudbox and zbrush are basically the same programs, so you only need zbrush if you actually really hate to work with mudbox.. but if thats not the case and then just stick to mudbox
JS-Kjaer Featured By Owner Edited Sep 14, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you so much for replying Saphire :) that was my impression about MD also, that if you know about real patterns and sewing you will do well. I am not by any means an expert but I am a little familiar with real life sewing since I watched my mother make a lot of hand-made clothing while I was growing up :) When I need advice about how to do something I am sure she will be of great help and who knows, she may even have fun using MD also :)
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