Category Archives: Renders and images

Michael 5: beard test

Look at my Hair can obviously create any kind of fur and hair on any kind of figure; so making a beard is not a problem. In this example, I did almost no styling at all: I just set the follicles, grew the guide hair and full hair. Exported to Studio as RenderMan curves and render! Read More »

Victoria 5 and cubic curves!

New human experiment with Victoria 5. I was finally able to use cubic curves instead of linear curves: this means that even if preview hair have sharp corners, 3Delight will “gently” interpolate and smooth those (technically speaking, it will calculate a Catmull-Rom spline using the same set of points), producing a better output. Read More »

German shepherd: furred!

Fur applied to the German shepherd (from Lorez Dog product). Images compare a render of the model with and without fur. Below also the plugin screenshots showing follicle, guide and full hair setup.    Read More »

Werewolf

A comparison between the standard Lycanthropos figure, and some fur applied on it. Read More »

Also the penguin gets his fur!

Another quick example of how simple and quick is to cover a figure with fur. After defining the follicles, it took just one mouse click to cover the body with fur, and 5 minutes to style the hair. Here below the images showing the standard penguin figure and the furred version. Click to view it full size.   Read More »

DAZ Gorilla: let’s give him some fur!

This is an example of what Look at my Hair is capable of. Covering some parts of the Genesis Gorilla with fur it’s a kids game, as well as shaping it and creating some rebel hair. In this example I exported fur as Renderman curves, which being highly optimized and instances, render very fast and with a fantastic quality. Click ... Read More »

Lorez Cats furred

In these images you see how the standard Lorez Cat figure (first image) has been improved adding dynamic fur. Renderman curves are just awesome, and, if you like, Look at my Hair will even color the curves according to figure textures. Infact, you can see from the images how the textures applied to the cat body are actually extended also ... Read More »

Jaguar

Yet another quick render after some Jaguar by AM figure parts have been covered with short fur. Also in this case, the fur colors are “driven” from the jaguar body texture, thus retaining the proper color relation. Read More »

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