Michael 3 question...

Okay, I have tried everything I can think of and am totally out of ideas where else to look - but shouldn't M3 have some sort of parameter settings for the face? Like eyes, mouth, nose, etc... like V3 does, that lets me open them, close them, (the eyes and mouth, not the nose!!) I've tried everything I can think of, looked under every bit of the head and body and am finding nothing. I seem to have the morphs installed though with all the problems I've had just getting Poser to work *shrug*. I rarely use him but am in the middle of a piece that's been stuck in my head for awhile and other then some pose tweaking, the only thing left is the man's face! his expression just doesn't match the rest!! Oh - and I'm using 6 btw. Thanks!

tamaelia 15 years ago
I wish I could help but I have no idea when it comes to Poser, only Daz.
Slovman 15 years ago
There should be Expression INJ morphs. They don't come pre-loaded in M3 like they do in V3 for some stupid reason.
FyreGarnett 15 years ago
so it's not just me... that's a relief! I tried to inj them, but i might have done that wrong. do i need to have a specific body part selected to get them to work? or just the main "body"?
Slovman 15 years ago
Having the whole body selected works for me. But I also have D|S instead of Poser.
Temprah 15 years ago
Should be able to do it with any part of M3 selected. Been awhile since I used Poser but that is what I recall.
Jetamio 15 years ago
In DAZ I just click on his head and the list comes up. Sometimes the whole list doesn't show til I click the little expressions arrow, but it's all there. Dunno bout Poser though sorry
Sartori 15 years ago
I'm wondering which M3 figure you actually added to the scene. In my runtime there are 2 options: "M3 BLANK SR2" and "Michael 3 SR2". When I add the "blank" version, there are no head morhps, and none appear when I try to INJ them explicitly. When I add the "Michael 3 SR2" version, it has some head morphs to start with, and more get added when I INJ them. So... if that's the problem, then you'll unfortunately have to delete the figure and add the other one.

I discovered this on the Freak in a recent pic I did, and apparently M3 works the same way. Not sure why they have a "blank" version that you can't apply morphs to, but that seems to be the case.
Vex 15 years ago
* BLANK * files are for development only. It lessens the amount of shit you have to weed out when creating custom morphs.