Helpful Tips For Rendering Hair...

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  1. =[Beast]=™

    =[Beast]=™ Well-Known Member

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    I have this really nice render im workin on and my big downfall is hair..can anyone give me some half way decent tips on rendering around hair

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    ouch,that looks fun >.< sorry i can't help you,i suck at rendering all together :( free bump tho
     
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    =[Beast]=™ Well-Known Member

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    Come on...17 views and no one knows how..thats kinda hard to believe *B3ast grabs the forum and shakes it up like an earth quake*lol
     
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    maic wand shud do the trick as its on a white bg would it
     
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    Well my rendering is bad to so...
    i think you should ask Blood
    Hes very good in it.
     
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    bump
     
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    I mostly just use the wand. its the easyest way to do it.
     
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    You have a bunch of white places on the render..Get rid of those first. As for teh hair, you could try three things:

    use the poly lasso to select tiny bits and cut em out.

    use pen tool to do teh same

    erase at 1 pix real carefully.

    You could try teh magic wand but i unno..

    Jesse
     
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    whenever i try, my hair ends up all crapy and choppy, i just gave up :(
     

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