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Author:  Woodys3d [ Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:35 pm ]
Post subject:  4 Hairstyles

I've been working a lot with hair-farm lately, and now I can show some of the results. I did these hairs for a client. The head was not this one for the job, I had to change it to be able to show the hairstyles, so there may be places where the hairs cross the head or where they are too far away from it, as I just did some very fast tweaks on the head to make it match.

Hope you like them!

Attachment:
LStyles-Web-01.jpg

Attachment:
LStyles-Web-02.jpg

Author:  Infinite [ Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:18 pm ]
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Incredible work Woody. You have REALLY mastered Hair-Farm and this just goes to show the power of what it can do.

Jaw dropping. :D

Author:  cem [ Mon Dec 27, 2010 2:33 pm ]
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I second that! These are awesome models. Great job! :ok:

Author:  anishmations [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:08 am ]
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Top Row Stuff! Love them!! fantastic job woody!!

Author:  3DTutorial [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:39 am ]
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Simply superb work, I'm blown away!

Author:  3DTutorial [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 11:11 am ]
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BTW - I'd love to hear more about your technique, that is if there are any details you would be willing or able to share with us. :ok:

Cheers,

Joe

Author:  Woodys3d [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:15 pm ]
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Thanks a lot for your comments!

Sure, I can explain a bit the process, I do more or less the same for any kind of hair. I have a couple of scalps (one more dense than the other) prepared to be placed on the model I want to add hair to. I usually start creating the base layer of hair, usually using 2 or 3 different hair meshes (tipically front and back, or left, right and back if there's a parting) and I work with them till I get the general density and direction of the hairs. I usually create 2 or 3 "hair generates" on each hairmesh to get that effect, changing the modifiers depending on the style, but I use a lot kink, frizz, wisps and clusters.

Once I have that, I add some layers to create the uncombed hairs. I usually duplicate all the base hair objects to add a fist layer of uncombed hairs that follow the main hair direction, but then I add more hairmeshes to create hairs that don't follow that main flow of the hair, or that are specific to some zones (shorter hairs arround the parting, at the edges of the hairline...).

Hope that helps.

Author:  Luiz Amaral [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:34 pm ]
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Woodys3d congratulations! :ok:
Amazing work!
Thanks for sharing

Best of luck,

Luiz

Author:  3DTutorial [ Tue Dec 28, 2010 2:00 pm ]
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Woodys3d wrote:
Thanks a lot for your comments!

Sure, I can explain a bit the process, I do more or less the same for any kind of hair. I have a couple of scalps (one more dense than the other) prepared to be placed on the model I want to add hair to. I usually start creating the base layer of hair, usually using 2 or 3 different hair meshes (tipically front and back, or left, right and back if there's a parting) and I work with them till I get the general density and direction of the hairs. I usually create 2 or 3 "hair generates" on each hairmesh to get that effect, changing the modifiers depending on the style, but I use a lot kink, frizz, wisps and clusters.

Once I have that, I add some layers to create the uncombed hairs. I usually duplicate all the base hair objects to add a fist layer of uncombed hairs that follow the main hair direction, but then I add more hairmeshes to create hairs that don't follow that main flow of the hair, or that are specific to some zones (shorter hairs arround the parting, at the edges of the hairline...).

Hope that helps.



Awesome! Thanks for taking the time to share your workflow. Much appreciated and again, fantastic work.

Cheers,

Joe

Author:  superrune [ Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:01 am ]
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Great work on these hairstyles!

Author:  Woodys3d [ Tue Jan 18, 2011 4:08 pm ]
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Thanks!

I got permission to show a couple of hairstyles more, so here they are.

Attachments:
CabellsWeb01.jpg

Author:  3DTutorial [ Wed Jan 19, 2011 4:54 am ]
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I'm at a loss for words, simply stunning work.

Wow :ok:

Kind Regards,

Joe

Author:  Kuroe [ Thu Jan 20, 2011 5:08 pm ]
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this is simply amazing!!!
would you mind to show us your hair mesh? =)

Author:  Woodys3d [ Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:39 am ]
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Thanks for your comments.

Sorry it took me so long to asnwer, but I couldn't find the moment to take the screenshots. I can show you this hairmesh, it's the blonde one in the last image. I'm not sure I can show the others, as those were done for a client.

Attachments:
Cabell_IF_01c_Wires.jpg

Author:  Mister3d [ Mon May 09, 2011 6:16 pm ]
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Woodys3d wrote:
I've been working a lot with hair-farm lately, and now I can show some of the results. I did these hairs for a client. The head was not this one for the job, I had to change it to be able to show the hairstyles, so there may be places where the hairs cross the head or where they are too far away from it, as I just did some very fast tweaks on the head to make it match.

Hope you like them!

Attachment:
LStyles-Web-01.jpg



How did you make those curles not to intersect with each other? Is it a spiral modifier or a hand made ones?

Author:  Woodys3d [ Wed May 18, 2011 7:54 am ]
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Mister3d wrote:
Woodys3d wrote:
I've been working a lot with hair-farm lately, and now I can show some of the results. I did these hairs for a client. The head was not this one for the job, I had to change it to be able to show the hairstyles, so there may be places where the hairs cross the head or where they are too far away from it, as I just did some very fast tweaks on the head to make it match.

Hope you like them!

Attachment:
LStyles-Web-01.jpg



How did you make those curles not to intersect with each other? Is it a spiral modifier or a hand made ones?


They are hand made, starting from splines, I found that's what gives you best control.

Author:  Mister3d [ Wed May 18, 2011 7:59 am ]
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Thank you.

Author:  arash_tomcat2003 [ Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:54 pm ]
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Woody they are really amazing Styles !!!!Woww
Do you have any problem with Simulate every Hairmesh?

Author:  Woodys3d [ Wed Nov 09, 2011 6:02 pm ]
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I don't know, I've never tried animating them. But usually there are 1-3 base hair layers, the other ones are uncombed layers, so if the simulation of multiple hair meshes could cause problems, I guess a solution would be to only simulate the important layers, and make all the uncombed layers move playing with the hair link modifier or something like that.

Author:  arash_tomcat2003 [ Thu Nov 10, 2011 5:23 am ]
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Thank you Woody

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