Hey guys, just wondering if you have any "best practices" or recommended workflows for producing believable results on tissues with openings that you want to drive with the fem solve?
Your creature has large gashes missing (i.e. a zombie or wounded animal) that need to sag appropriately.
Your creature has a mouth in it's stomach that you want to drive with an orbital muscle.
Your creature is humanoid and you're using ziva to build/enhance jaw opening or eye shapes.
Obviously, increasing tet density across a large surfaces to accommodate the opening(s) is less than ideal. There are some obvious approaches - blend multiple, smaller slices of the original geo with appropriate density in the desired region, etc, etc.
But just wanted to get the input of the team on how you'd recommend going about things to produce the most believable physical results in these cases without over engineering the setup.