I know you are working on being able to build custom avatar sand better provide measurements. Below is a suggestion on additional measurement points from someone that uses CLO3D daily. Being able to have the option to lock measurements will be a big help as well as adding additional Points of Measure.
for specific client sizing.
Hi! This feedback has been collected by our UX team! Avatar sizing will be much easier, detailed, and intuitive with our newly developed Avatar Editor which will be released in early 2019!
Please hang tight! Thank you for your patience!0
Hi @dorelle22. My suggestion while waiting for this improvement is to check DAZ3D options of avatars and import them into CLO. Much more availability of shapes and controls.
Yes!! Erica, this is why I think there needs to be a clear tutorial on how to do that. I spent months trying to figure it out on my own but if this is a viable workaround shouldn't it be shared? There are avatar options that allow you to pose but what about animation. this is why showing users how to use Daz3d and Mixamo is a good idea... I think. Thanks for the feedback.0
@dorelle22, thank you for the feedback. I have forwarded this need to our designers. They shall produce relevant tutorial videos. Please hang tight!0
Hello Erica,'I been watching the videos but maybe I missed it. Was there a video about the avatar work around for sizing?0
@dorelle22 Our designer actually posted an article about Mixamo: https://support.clo3d.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360014682933-CLO-x-Mixamo-A-Basic-Guide-
If you would like to learn more about Mixamo, I suggest you to leave a comment in the linked article. Thanks :)0
Hi Erica! I was wondering when the update for the avatar editor will be released? Is there a solid date yet? Thanks!0
It is updated now!! Try out our CLO 5.0 OBT here: https://www.clo3d.com/obt/5_00