Profile Picture

Scaling a character created in CC

Posted By bruceberg 2 Years Ago
You don't have permission to rate!
Author
Message
bruceberg
bruceberg
Posted 2 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.8K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Year
Posts: 172, Visits: 498
Is there a quick way to scale a character created in CC. I'm creating an entire crew of a spaceship all wearing the same uniform, so I just popped a different head I created in CrazyTalk onto an existing Body in CC. I would like to scale the resultant body in either CC or iClone to make everything from a young boy to a tall man. (These are all my actual family members) But the scale feature is ghosted in both CC and iClone for the characters I created. Hopefully There's an easier way than resizing each body part separately in CC. I appreciate any tips, as always!
Regards...Bruce
Postfrosch
Postfrosch
Posted 2 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Week
Posts: 6.4K, Visits: 14.7K
Hi Bruce
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/c27ff426-4bd3-49a3-ac0f-250d.jpg
Greets from Germany
Postfrosch



--------------------------------------------------------------
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/cd9c9a06-21a5-44c5-9f67-6810.jpg
Lord Ashes
Lord Ashes
Posted 2 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (11.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Month
Posts: 1.2K, Visits: 1.4K
If you don't have Essential Pack it should be fairly simple to create a Height morph.

1. Load basic CC character.
2. Use the Reset button to get a neutral CC character.
3. Export Nude Character.
4. Open in Blender (or similar software)
5. Scale height. You can play with scaling the other dimensions a bit and I excluded the face...but in your case you don't care because you are replacing the face.
6. Save as OBJ with a different name.
7. In CC create a new Morph Slider. Use the CC neutral character as the source and the modified version as the morph.

"We often compare ourselves to the U.S. and often they come out the best, but they only have the right to walk on the grass while we have the right to smoke it"
Lord Ashes' Original
woody173
woody173
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.2K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 2 Months Ago
Posts: 48, Visits: 154
I went absolutely ballistic about this very subject a couple of years back. Every software i have ever used as three fundamental actions, Rotate, move and scale. Reallusion just leave these little things out just to get more money out of you by forcing you to purchase other software or addons. Unfortunately i felt my comments were just ignored and I ended up in paying yet more money for the essentials pack. 
I hope you sorted it out using blender, but that to me is just another piece of software you have to learn to do a relatively simple task

Best of luck
Woody
Rampa
Rampa
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (24.4K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 11 minutes ago
Posts: 6.9K, Visits: 36.7K
Easiest way is to use the scale function in the iClone Modify panel.
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/8917cc49-93c1-4a87-8b99-bd4c.jpg

charly Rama
charly Rama
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.7K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 40 minutes ago
Posts: 306, Visits: 3.0K
Rampa, thank you. I use more complicated function, but this function was there, near, and I complicated myself my life by other ways. You saved my life more than one time, be blessed Rampa Smile

My computer : I7 24Go RAM GTX 1070ti 8Go and GTX 1050Ti4Go
     


diomkal
diomkal
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Yesterday
Posts: 81, Visits: 2.6K
Thank you Rampa, I have also searched.
diomkal
diomkal
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Yesterday
Posts: 81, Visits: 2.6K
Rampa, as you can see, I do not have this option on my Iclone interface:

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/c87d5cab-465c-4985-8d64-41ba.jpg
Postfrosch
Postfrosch
Posted 3 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (26.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Week
Posts: 6.4K, Visits: 14.7K
Hi Diomkal,
I see on your picture that you use IClone 6pro.
The body scale feature that Dir Rampa proposes
But there are only from IClone 7.xx. You can not have them therefore.
Greets from Germany
Postfrosch


--------------------------------------------------------------
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/cd9c9a06-21a5-44c5-9f67-6810.jpg
diomkal
diomkal
Posted 2 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Yesterday
Posts: 81, Visits: 2.6K
Danke schön!! Smile 



Reading This Topic