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3D Art is my hobby. I started with Poser in 2004. I muddled with it and Bryce and Carrara for a while, but now I have settled on DAZ Studio, Poser Pro and Vue Infinite as my primary tools. I like all kinds of images depending on my mood. I do a lot of SciFi, Fantasy, the occasional character portrait and landscapes.

Happy Rendering!
TD

Current Residence: Canada
Favourite genre of music: Rock and Classic
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Noshoba Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Since I am also on here as well figured I would messsage you here. I have been having fits getting Raws morphs to transfer with GenX and scaling isn't it will not load at all
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thd777 Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello!
Sure, I am happy to help. I have to run for some errands now, but I'll type up how I transferred the Lizardworld character when I get back. Then we can see from there.
TD
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Noshoba Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you I am actually trying for Bird Cult hAwk and the dogworlds. I use them for a gryphon morh :D
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thd777 Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Interesting idea, the Gryphon. Unfortunately, I do not have either of these two. Here is how I have transferred all my morphs including several RawArt sets:

0. Before working on any specific character, I made .CR2 with all standard morphs loaded (morphs++, SP4, Creature Creator, ...) and I transferred all f those.
1. Load the character/combination you want onto V4/M4
2. Inspect the figure and find which morphs are loaded. The easiest in DS4 using the "Currently used" button of the parameter tab. Identify all the custom morphs, i.e. all the ones that are not part of the standard morph sets like morphs++ or creature creator.
3. Export the character as .CR2
4. Go to the GenX plugin tab and load the .CR2 that you exported
5. select and transfer all the custom morphs (if you have already transferred the standard one as under 0)
6. Now switch on the GenX tab to the "Presets" tab and load/add the original pose/inj/morph file for the character
7. Select the correct figure, all translate and include options and hit translate. This produces a preset file that will load all necessary morphs and setting onto Genesis.

That's it. So far this has always worked for me. That are a couple of alternate ways for difficult characters. For example you can load the morph combination you want onto M4/V4 and then export as a morph target. Load this onto a fresh CR2 and you can now transfer the combined morphs as one full body morph with GenX. Let me know if you need details on anything. Or if you run into any specific problems. In that case screenshots can be helpful to trouble shoot.
Ciao
TD
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deskridge Dec 2, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!
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really beautiful work!^^
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deskridge Nov 10, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!
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deskridge Sep 16, 2011   Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!
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thd777 Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem. Love the image!
TD
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shadowbob19 Jun 10, 2011  Student Photographer
I love your gallery its really amazing work just stunning work that's just beautiful and amazing
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