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Discussion in 'Academy Creations' started by Dutch, May 8, 2019.
I’m surprised how u r not part of the big ant team already..excellent work buddy
Do you have photoshop? Or are you familiar with an open source image editor like gimp?
Awesome work mate!!
So the image to be uploaded in playface (in Cricket 19 demo) needs to be processed in photoshop and then used in playface.
Had a pop at Universe Boss. Definitely need some more hair options.
I have Photoshop and have a decent(ish) understanding of it
So, I've so far been just copying half of a players face (depending on angle, maybe more) and duplicating, flipping and merging since most reference pictures have light differences. Obviously if someone has a particularly asymmetric face this may be tricky.
Copy it into the template (I am using a hitterman-esque paint tool to line up eyes etc, rather than the UV map).
Line it up and use warp to move features in line.
Duplicate, flip, align and visualise the horror.
Merge, dluplicate and do any touch ups you might like.
Duplicate the background and adjust brightness etc to roughly match skin tone. CTRL+left click the picture on the layer of the face to select the face.
delete selection from duplicated background layer. highlight modified BG layer AND face layer. edit > autoblend layers > OK
merge the layers and do any touchups with clone stamp etc. save as JPG.
import and fanny around with the face gen as you normally would to get it looking better (didn't do anything but apply the face here, still needs playing with).
I'm sure I'll have cocked up the picture order somewhere but hope that helps.
Yup as a jpeg
Actually looks nice.
I find the eyebrows are the most important when lining it up. They must match perfectly with the template or the distortion is too great. This is where the liquify tool makes a huge difference. The same with the mouth area.
Hey guys,when I try to attach custom face on the demo it just freezes even at the lowest graphic setting while the training works fine . Is there a way I can make it work on my laptop by altering some other setting? ?
Cheers, I can give it a bash at some point
My guess it it is not freezing, but the open dialog box is not coming on top properly. This used to happen in the early days of dbc17 editor and I cannot for the life of me remember how it was fixed. I have a workaround for the c19 editor. Try to import, let it freeze, use the Windows key to see the task bar, go to the c19 program and hover over it to bring up the 2 windows and select the open dialog window and make a note of the default folder it is trying to open files from. Put a jpg in this folder and go back to the editor, this time, when you try and select the dialog box, click it and type the first letter of the jpg file you placed in that folder. A drop down should appear in the editor and you can use the arrow keys and enter to open it. This should import the file, then try and import a new file and the open file dialog box should work properly this time. Find the folder you are using to save all the face files in and then next time you open the editor this will be the default folder and you can use the previous method with typing the first letter and using arrow keys to open files.
Hope that makes sense.
I gave Vritra a haircut.
I like it. A lot.