Thanks again to Hammerknight for putting together this massive beginner’s guide to HeroMachine 3! See also Part 1 and Part 2.
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Once again Hammerknight, very nice job. I wish these were aroud when I started using HM3. It would have sped up the learning curve a whole bunch!
Thanks for adding to rotation wheel with the translations of the numbers with the negative and without. That should help for when you just want to type the number in.
Actually The Eric (2) I find that typing in the negative numbers does not work as it does not register the “-” sign.
When typing the angle in it has to be a positive number so if you want a “-10″ you actually need to type “350”. If you are rotating with the wheel however it displays “-10″.
@HK: You forgot about the lock button on the scale tool. It works wonders when you want to scale up or down without changing proportions…. Otherwise, great job.
@MMI: I think that is exactly what The Eric is saying. If he wants a -105 now he knows to type 255 on the angle
ive used that rotator thing a lot for arms and such i never noticed the the reset local until you mentioned it.
wow see what catgirl porn will do to you brain
@Worf, thanks for bringing up the lock button, I’ve never really used it. There were somethings that I learned when I was doing this, but I guess I didn’t catch everything.
@Worf, thanks again, I just tried that out and I could of used that with quit a few of my projects. Just goes to show that it helps everyone we we all share what we have learn.
Actually I’ve never really used the lock button either. Great to know.
i can’t seem to get the lock button to do what i want i guess i need more practice
the line color button is cool for hair, and skin it can shade or make 2 items into one bigger blank item then you can add details to it
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