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How I created the Snapchat Lens - Trippy Jacket LOVE
Virtual Fashion and Digital Clothing Design. Learn how I used the new features in Lens Studio 4 - the VFX Graph for the falling hearts effect, the 3D Full Body Mesh for the bodysuit, the Body Tracking Element for the jacket.
How I created the Snapchat Lens - Miraculous Ladybug and Tikki
Snapchat Lens Studio 4 introduced several new capabilities for AR creators. In Miraculous Ladybug and Tikki I used the new Full Body Mesh Resource to create Ladybug’s suit. When the Snapchat camera detects a human body, it creates a 3D mesh that automatically adjusts to the user’s body, so Marinette’s tight bodysuit was a perfect use case to try the new feature out.
The Face Mesh resource was used for her mask. Also here, the Snapchat camera detects a human face and provides a basic 3D mesh that tracks the head’s motion, and even facial gestures. Last and cutest is Tikki, which I modeled and animated before importing to Lens Studio.
Virtual Fashion Product Visualization. Many creative tools were used here:
The girl was created in Reallusion Character Creator and animated in iClone. The coat was created and simulated in Marvelous Designer. Her props were created using Pixologic Zbrush. Some materials were created using Adobe Substance. The final 3D scene was created in 3ds Max with the Vray rendering engine from Chaos. Compositing in Adobe After Effects and audio editing in Adobe Audition. The music track is Chocolate Alien from Max Ventura on Beatstars.