[Bf-committers] New Modifier : Morph Target

k k kkmlist at yandex.com
Tue May 27 17:20:08 CEST 2014


The idea is  a bit like displacement modifiier in the context of using with subdivision modifier. Instead of using a texture map for positions, we will use an actual higher res mesh to morph to. For example this can be very useful for animating a low res character then applying highres details from a mesh, instead of using a displacement maps. In that respect the results will be much more precise which can be effectively used for places where mesh precision is important (ie landscapes, character interaction) and the final look wont be an approximation like displacement would produce. I have not tried it but I do not think that we have vector displacements atm.

Pose space, sounds good :)


27.05.2014, 08:05, "Juan Pablo Bouza" <jpbouza at hotmail.com>:
> Cool Kursad!
> Yes, in the procedure I'm thinking of, the subdivision level / vertex count of the subsurf modifier that is before MTM should be fixed. Then you could apply  a second subsurf modifier after MTM.
> Well, anyway I think you should concentrate on getting the pose space working first!! :D
> Cheers!
>>  From: zanqdo at gmail.com
>>  Date: Tue, 27 May 2014 00:24:33 -0600
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>>  Subject: Re: [Bf-committers] New Modifier : Morph Target

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