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Hair will then scale your model appropriately so that the height of each instance matches the length of the hair it has been applied to. The merged material is instanced from the instance node, so that changing the original material affects the resulting material applied to the hair. Click to choose the spline you will use to deform the hair, then click the spline in a viewport, or press H and use the Pick Object dialog to select the spline.
Discards any styling information, resetting the hair to its default state, retaining all current Modify panel settings. Clicking Recomb From Splines readjusts the hair but not the guides to align to the spline deformation better.
Frizz causes the instanced hairs to change shape. Hair and guides are recombed by the spline object white. If you enter an existing preset name, Hair asks you to confirm overwriting the preset.
On the right, Merge material was turned off, so the flower-hairs took on the material of the flower pot growth object.
This function is particularly useful after using Recomb From Splines. Compare this with the previous illustration, in which the pivot rests at the base of the source object. To specify a hair object, click the Pick button and then pick an object to use. Opens the Effects panel and rollout and adds a Hair And Fur render effect to the scene, if one doesn’t already exist. You’re prompted for a preset name; after entering one, Hair renders the swatch, as shown by a message on the status bar.
For example, in the following illustration, the original orientation of the source object affects its orientation when it is used as hair strands.
Tools Rollout (Hair And Fur)
Hair will turn the curves into guides and populate each guide of the selected growth mesh with a replica of the closest curve. Lets you load and save hair presets. This makes it easy to style instances as scales, for example.
Lets you use a spline object assetlibfary style the hair.
Tools Rollout (Hair And Fur)
This can be useful; if the hair grows at an oblique angle to the growth surface, you can raise the pivot in the original model to make sure the instanced hairs will extend all the way to the growth surface. Convert group Use these controls to convert guides or hair generated by the Hair And Fur modifier to 3ds Max objects that you can operate on directly. If an object is animated, Hair uses its state at the first animation frame. Hair does not use animation from instance objects.
You can abort the creation of the preset by clicking the Cancel azsetlibrary on the status bar during rendering. Hair And Fur Presets dialog. For optimal control, position the splines fairly closely together and use as many as possible. The Hair And Fur render effect settings are global, so even if you click Render Settings to open the effect settings from different Hair And Fur modifiers, you’ll get the same render-effect settings. Spline deformation lets you style or animate hair by having it conform to the sssetlibrary of a spline.
Select an object with the Hair And Fur modifier applied. The final illustration, following, shows how the instanced hair aligns itself faithfully to the guides, no matter how they’re styled.
Recomb From Splines Lets you use a spline object to style the hair. Thereafter, the button shows the name of the object you picked.
Several sample presets are included with 3ds Max. Paste Pastes all hair settings and styling information to the current Hair-modified object. To load a preset, double-click its swatch.
Each hairdo contains all the current Modify panel settings except Display settings and styling information.
The hair geometry is not instanced from the original object, but all hairs created from it are instances of each other, to save memory. Here you can also specify an object from the current scene to be used as hair, such as a flower or group of flowers for creating a garden.
Click this button and then select an object that is made up of spline curves. Instance Node group Lets asxetlibrary specify an object to use as custom hair assetlibragy. The spline picked to deform hair. On the left side, Merge Material was left on, with the result that the assetlibraru model retained its original material and coloring when used as hair. This tool is particularly useful for creating a specific style and length, such as short hair with a part on the side, without having to manually groom the hair in the Style dialog.
The instanced hair arrows conforms to the styling. The styled hair was brushed from the center, and the instances align perfectly in all directions, face up, without twisting or other zssetlibrary.
In the next illustration, the Root Thick setting, from left to right, is 2. Copies all hairs to a new, single spline object. Animating the spline for example, by animating the position of its vertices animates the deformed hair, but not if you later alter the hair position by styling. The spline 807 be a spline cage: With instanced geometry, the Root Thick value affects the thickness of the 80073 object uniformly along its height, while the Tip Thick value has no effect.
Each preset contains all current Modify panel settings except Display settingsbut not any styling information.
Pastes all hair settings and styling information to the current Hair-modified object.