What is a workflow for making a very short hair strips ?

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  12 December 2017
What is a workflow for making a very short hair strips ?

Hello,

I'm searching everywhere and can't find a clue.

What is a workflow for making short strips hair?

I mean - when I do a long strips hair it looks fine but when I want to do
the same short hair on the side of the head it starts to get weird.

Those are not even baked out hair and still looks weird.






Do You any technics for this or do you have any idea where can I check this out? Best regards, MN
 
  12 December 2017
it's doing exactly what you told it to do, IMO.

So take the bottom row of the sideburn for example, your strips are simply too short so you see a bit of a white gap, why don't you just make the strips a bit taller or make the strips above a bit longer...those strips currently simply aren't long enough to cover the gaps

or have more short strips right in the middle of the gap to cover it up...
 
  12 December 2017
Yes, is to see what you mean but the case was that there was a lot of strips placed right way and when I increased it producted weird result.

I just figured this out and the problem was with the angle of placement due to the surface and a setting in ornatrix hair. The biggest mistake was too much thickness at the roots of the hair.

Thanks for help!
 
  12 December 2017
i was thinking...maybe the strips are so small/short that their alphas are next to useless...but i don't know for sure...
 
  12 December 2017
On that render the hair aren't even baked out so it wouldn't be a problem It is hard to get the short hair get right on strips but now I can handle it thanks
 
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