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Hi all,

I m Looking about Roman Clothes.
Anyone can help me
I have blender, but I m not shure how create my proper clotheshttps://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/915d3571-7896-422e-8fd2-cc29.png
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If you go to the Marketplace and type Roman in the Keywords field you will see that there is already a selection of Roman clothing available for both CC characters and older iClone characters.

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Many thanks for your information.
I already check but the price is realy expensive for the less quality.

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Then go to Daz -- you can use ANY Daz clothing in Character Creator (you will need to convert it but it's easy).



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Thanks Kelleytoons,

As you understands I just beging using Iclone & Character Creator.

May be I can Found Tuto to covert Daz creation in CC (Many thanks for your Help).

I found This, I think it will be ok to start my project...
SY dForce Roman Clothing Pack Genesis 8 Male in Vendor, Sickleyield,  3D Models by Daz 3D
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I'm not sure if you're saying you DID find tutorials, or you need to find them, but I've done quite a few of them (I'll just link to one below) as have a lot of other folks:






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Really thank you for your help.
If I buy a pack at DAZ, I can turn it into .obj with Blender and not DAZ.

As you can see I am really a novice.
I just see your tutorial quickly, it looks complicated anyway
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dd30300 (8/13/2018)
As you can see I am really a novice.
I just see your tutorial quickly, it looks complicated anyway


Fear not.

Here is my approach to "complicated" tutorials:
1) Watch the tutorial, observing only, hands off mouse.
2) Blindly do the tutorial, step-by-step.  Expect lots of pausing and rewinding.  Don't worry if you don't understand everything.
3) Do the totorial a second time.  You should beging to understand more about the process and commands.
4) Try to do a simple project of your own, similar to the totorial, reference the tutorial when you forget menu picks and mouse clicks.

It really won't take that long, and I think you'll find it to be good investment of your time.  Soon you will be answering our questions.  Smile




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Thank For you help.

But I Buy a Pack on Daz but the extension DSF  can be open in blender or in 3Dexchange.

I don t have Daz .


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Daz is a free download (from Daz).  You must install it, and then install your Daz purchase into it (there is a free installer as part of this process -- you can also copy it over manually if you want, but you will need to know enough to do this).

Once you have it in Daz you can export it as an OBJ which then can be imported into Blender as I show in the tutorial (in a couple of months you won't even need Blender, but just the paid version of CC3).



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