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  03 March 2005
Shave question

Just got Shave 2.5.

Everytime I try to make hair collide with a character or object (with the gel tag), it collides with the big invisible sphere. Is there a way to fix this? I can't find any options.
  03 March 2005

Just go back into C4D. Then double-click on the style tag of the hair which you want to style and change the collision option from "Sphere" to "Full".
Software Used:
3D: Cinema 4D, MotionBuilder
Finished Work:
  03 March 2005
Ah, the style tag. I totally overlooked it.
  03 March 2005
@tcobb: Please write here what you think about Shave&Haicut after test it.
I'm very interest in Hair with C4D.
I'm sure many other user, too :-)

Please tell us what you think about it.
Maybe show results when you know how you can post it.

Thank You !
64Bit - C4D R15 Studio, ZBrush 4R7, 3D-Coat, World Machine, Photoshop CS6 ext in Paradise
  03 March 2005
I work with Shave regularily. It works okay. It renders quite fast (for a hair plugin that is) and the results are okay. But this may be only me and I might be totally wrong. But the workflow is just not my taste. Half of the times the hair splines will get into the mesh and I gave up making hair-do's with it. It's too time consuming.
It's great for landscapes and grass but I felt a little disappointed. Maybe this helps you.
  03 March 2005
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