HairClump is a Blender add-on that parametrically controls the randomness of hair shapes, such as clumping control, virtual parents controls, length control, kink control, and other various controls—makes it easier for users to style a complex hairstyle. Besides, this add-on features a function to export particles and instances in ABC format.
Installation & Support
Click Edit -> Preferences -> Add-ons -> Install, select the Zip file, and hit Install Add-on.
Support Blender 2.81a, 2.82a, 2.83,2.90, 2.93, 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2;
Linux Blender 2.83, 2.90, and 2.93;
Mac Blender 3.3.
1 Virtual Parents allows users to customize the number of clumps and vary random seed.
2 Adding the length random of clumps.
3 Adding the curve random of clumps.
4 Adding the shape random of clumps.
5 Adding the noise random of clumps.
6 Kink Random contains four modes: curl random, radial random, wave random, and braid random.
7 In these four modes, adding kink random, amplitude random, clump random, flatness random, frequency random, and shape random.
8 Adding a function to export hair clumps in alembic format.
Support Blender.83, 2.90 in Windows and Blender 2.83, 2.90 in Linux.
Fix the issue in v1.2 that particle systems cannot be exported if Hair Clump Random isn’t toggled on when exporting ABC.
Adding a function to export instances.
Adding the function to change the number of Virtual Parents of clumps.
Adding a function to export Alembic HairClump(.abc).
Compatible with Blender 2.82a
Adding the random control for children clumps and Kink
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