Deformation Cleaner

11 votes
Version: 
1.0
Date Updated: 
11/17/2014

Deformation Cleaner is a modifier for 3ds Max that smooths arbitrary deformations of a model without smoothing the original detail. It can be used as a fast post correction step on top of any deformation. Get it from http://www.mariussilaghi.com/products/deformation-cleaner

Version Requirement: 
3ds Max 9 - 2017
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asadar's picture

Semi Auto Skinning

Looks really impressive, like always.;)

I'm trying to reproduce this in 3ds max : http://www.cgmeetup.net/home/semi-auto-skinning-framework/
So I would like to "transfer the cleaned weight" to a game model for example. Does a skin wrap modifier work (especially "Convert to Skin" option) with your modifier on top of the high poly rigid skin ?

lightcube's picture

Badass

The only thing you can say about Marius is this: He's one Badass Mo##er####er. Every plugin you buy from him is sweet. Always worth the money.

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YoyoGraphics's picture

BonesPro

Damn. I just spent $400 on BonesPro, and it looks like the math you're using is very similar.

- Geoff

Marius Silaghi's picture

@titane357 yes it does.

@titane357 yes it does.

titane357's picture

Do it work fine on low poly

Do it work fine on low poly models ?

Marius Silaghi's picture

@rauquenrol yes, but the

@rauquenrol yes, but the algorithm used is different that the standard delta mush

@augusto thank you

@minimus the least this plugin needs is rigid weights. In my opinion it saves you time by not having to set up perfect smooth weights. You get a faster workflow.

minimus's picture

that's really impressive,

that's really impressive, cant believe you guys can script stuff like this.

What does this modifier mean for the skin?
Does this mean there is no point making perfect weight in the skin modifier? just use this new modifier instead to fix it?

Or is good weighting and skinning still as important as before, and this modifier only works as a "polish"?

Augusto Lombardi's picture

great tool man!

great tool man!

rauquenrol's picture

Delta Mush

I guess it's your implementation of Delta Mush , right ?

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