Why does it look like tufts of hair are growing from her forehead? Fixed!

comixfanacomixfana Posts: 264
edited May 2023 in The Commons

Why does it look like tufts of hair are growing from her forehead? The figure: Elizabeth 8, the hair: Dforce Corporate hair.

I applied the pose, applied the simulation, the end result looks like this...

 

There must be something I forgot to do, but what?

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  • crosswindcrosswind Posts: 4,727

    Render Settings- Instancing Optimization,  switch to Memory or Speed to see if there is any improvement...

  • comixfanacomixfana Posts: 264

    crosswind said:

    Render Settings- Instancing Optimization,  switch to Memory or Speed to see if there is any improvement...

    I'll try

     

  • GeekFactorGeekFactor Posts: 6

    Could be the hair's skull cap is intersecting with the model's head geometry. Try adjusting the skull cap to be just a little larger so that it sits just on top of the forehead.

  • comixfanacomixfana Posts: 264

    GeekFactor said:

    Could be the hair's skull cap is intersecting with the model's head geometry. Try adjusting the skull cap to be just a little larger so that it sits just on top of the forehead.

    makes sense, I'll give it a try!

  • comixfanacomixfana Posts: 264
    edited May 2023

    comixfana said:

    GeekFactor said:

    Could be the hair's skull cap is intersecting with the model's head geometry. Try adjusting the skull cap to be just a little larger so that it sits just on top of the forehead.

    makes sense, I'll give it a try!

    yep, I increased the cap to 100.5% and it fixed it!

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  • TimbalesTimbales Posts: 2,245
    Looks like the same this is happening on your male character. I would also adjust the turning of his neck on his shirt and tie.
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