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Herr RichardHerr Richard
Name: Herr Richard
Age: Around 59
Personality: Insane. Loves to experiment on people and animals. Takes a strong interest in the half human half animal race for some reason... Has a dark presence attached to him when he enters a room. Even though he seems bad on the outside, on the inside is a loving, caring guy that would sacrifice anything to help another.
Appearance: His short, dark gray hair goes into a swirl at the front and his mouth is hidden by a surgical mask. Wears the normal Medic labcoat. His labcoat has the Nazi symbol in place of where his name goes...
Likes: Half humans (he calls them "chimeras"), green tea
Dislikes: People who hate science, Gray Mann, liars
Pets? An albino snake in a cage he calls "Dick" when he's feeding it...
History: When around six to seven years of age, a week after he disobeyed his mother's rule and went into the woods anyway and met Slenderman, thus causing his family to disow
Daz to Vue object exportIt seems like a lot of people are having problems to find the right export setting from Daz to import it to Vue. Therefore I made some screenshots of my settings that are working.
1. First of all, you should take a look at the Daz materials. There are shaders that are called omUberSurface. They won't be exported to an OBJ file if any of your materials has a omUberSurface shader. In the screenshot below you can see it highlighted on the top left side what I mean.
To get this changed, navigate to the entry where your Daz shaders are and replace the omUberSurface with the dzDefault shader.
After changing it, you material should look like this (check the top left again )
2. If all this above is done, you want to export your model as OBJ file. You can even use COLLADA but I would only recommend it for animations. The export settings should look like this:
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