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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=58&v=aHQ6KAJ8Kc8 the future!
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>>631220
so what's new about this
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>>631251
anime hair brushes
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>>631220
Cute. Maya could do that 20 years ago with intensive MEL scripting, MAX with MaxScript and others with Python.
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>>631269

Yeah but Blender tho
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>>631220
What do you mean by "the future?" It's impressive, to be sure, but not something you want to become totally reliant on for character modelling.
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>>631366
Why not? If Xgen is used for realistic hair, then a tool for stylized, strand hair is equivalent to that in my opinion.
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>>631269
I was thinking you could just create a brush in maya and use make live.




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