Is the lack of a Face maker hurting Moviestorms long term outlook
Posted 19 November 2009 - 07:06 PM
- a facemaker, or face-morpher
is one of the most important things to happen for Moviestorm.
Having played around now for some time with iClone, I would go so far as to add that we'll need the ability to design our own costumes, too, hopefully soon, simply because the MS team is too small to cater to all our needs, costume-wise.
For example, I would kill for some simple, everyday, older-people costumes; or costumes for the girls that actually would be wearable in an office situation (with the exception of the suit, and the skirt and jacket, none of the costumes are appropriate - nobody would wear a blouse that shows off the belly button in an office - I hope.)
I have nothing against trainers, but trainers to nearly every outfit? Meh...
Don't get me wrong - I love MS - but lately, having played around in Second Life and iClone, where costuming is so easy (well, not that easy - but if you take the time to learn the process, you can make any costume imaginable), I'm longing for my favourite program to have these options, too...
Posted 19 November 2009 - 07:14 PM
All you have to do is to alter the diffuse and opacity and I know those exist in Moviestorm but you can't see them for the costumes. At least I have not been able to find them.
Isn't that the truth though about ordinary every day clothing? I know people want to design very arty things but it is the everyday clothing and objects we really need. And of course being able to make designs for different periods like the 1950's would be great.
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Posted 22 November 2009 - 08:27 PM
EDIT: One little example is for my latest movie A Suicidal Message Ive had to use like a lil bit more than 8 different programs to achieve the stuff I want in my movie.....A lot of greenscreen. Stuff that MS still cant do. But hopefully will in the future for example people falling from high places. MS cant do this so I had to figure out how to do this in a way where it looks good but that it also has the very same MS characters and addons.
I apologize if the post sounds upset I can assure you Im all the contrary! Just constructive critisism here!
Posted 23 December 2009 - 12:15 AM
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Posted 22 January 2010 - 08:50 AM
Luc, I listen to you and your points are quiet interesting as well.
I am one of those people, who makes a lot of thoughts before buying a pack or subscription . For the price of I clone, I can buy myself a cheap PC and if I save the money I will spend on the content packs of Iclone , I think I can do a lot more. While many can pay hundreds of dollars for a facemaker, what about the may who can't?
Look at it this way, all of us are giving this software, Moviestorm our valuable time so that we can enjoy it's reasonable resources and make works of creativity.
Since subscription has now become a compulsory option to perform in order to save $10 , why don't the face maker be a free addition to the base pack at least on subscription?
In that way the customer as well as Moviestorm would benifit!
As for the faces in additional content packs, SF can make faces which cannot be made in the face maker.
The characters in movies does seem all so famaliar. I mean , in the same movie , two people may look awfully similar because the director's options are quiet limited and every time you cannot avoid it by changing the hair , especially for females.
I agree with many who have posted in this thread.
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