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Need Help With My Facerig Avatar!

Discussion in 'Characters In Progress' started by FreezyChan, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. FreezyChan
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    FreezyChan New Minion

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    I've made an MMD avatar as my selfmodel, And I want to use her in FaceRig. since there's no way to use MMD models yet, I removed her facials and I used some crappy rigging skills to make a jaw bone and blink bones (she alreadly had eyebrow bones) and I've exported her to Collada, However, It still didn't worked, I can't find out why. I tried more then one tool to convert the .pmx to .dae but the model importer keeps having an error. I heard that FaceRig can't have models that are too high poly,
     
  2. DebiTheFox
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    DebiTheFox FaceRigger

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    in fact, it is necessary to import it on a program like Blender or Cinema4D (the one that support with the add-ons PMX MMD) then decrease the meshs, if you can not reach me there in private message
     

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