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Hair physics

I don't know if this is a tough task or not. But is there a way to make hair physically move while the character does? I'm trying to make short film, so I'm only animating. I have no knowledge of blueprint or c++, and that might be the solution. I've also heard of "Nvidia Hairworks" but when I looked at tutorials, it seemed like it was only capable of creating hair. I've already bought the hairstyles from DazStudios, it just needs the proper physics that can move with my character for my short film.

Product Version: UE 4.15
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asked Apr 09 '17 at 04:09 AM in Everything Else

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Why not use cloth physics? From 4.16 up they are built into the engine, it can be super easy, particularly hair and silk and other soft, thin cloths.

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answered Mar 06 '18 at 02:18 AM

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