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hi /3/,

a /fa/ggot here.
I need a tool to make / generate 3D human bodies based on real-life measurements for digital garment construction (Clo3D, MD).
Is there a tool for this? I've been searching for days without luck.

If not, is there a way to rip / download the models generated by sites like BodyVisualizer.com?
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Human maker
Poser
DAZ
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>>508923
But don't all of those use arbitrary sliders instead of dynamic measurements for circumference, lengths, etc?
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>>508924
Poser should be more accurate
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>>508925

Poser - "should" be more accurate. Shoulda, coulda, woulda, but isn't.
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>>508927
Then scan someone and rig it you stupid skank.
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>>508925
I guess I'll have to give it a try then.
>>508927
>>508930
That guy's not me (op here). I was away in my friend's sewing studio.
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>>508940
I'm having a semi-related issue.
I'm working on a character that has model-like proportions but is 5'0" tall and I'm ending with something like 26-18-30 with a 30" inseam.

Is that even possible?



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