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#1 2018-10-15 05:28

Where should I go to start learning the basics?

MMD is great, I downloaded the actual application and got my head around keyframes and inserting models and motion data.
But there are so many things I have yet to learn.

Does anyone know a good tutorial that would be suitable for someone trying to learn ero mmd? Cheers.

2018-10-15 06:51

https://learnmmd.com/

I also made a tutorial on making basic ero motions:
https://ecchi.iwara.tv/videos/pdoybt7rytjvoqka

2018-10-15 08:02

dig in the forums help and tutorial sections for specifics in r-18

2018-11-13 19:38

This is a sensitive topic, if you ask me. I also have started with MMD not long ago, and basically had to learn most of it by doing because finding a quality guide is more work than just actually figuring it out by yourself. Tutorials you find on YT are often not very professional, no hate, their guides have been mighty helpful to me to figure out core questions, but stuff like using notepad to give instructions or voiceover in horrible sound quality make them not very efficient. And of course, you don't find R-18 stuff there.

If you know how to get your hands on different motions and models, and how to load them in MMD, I think you already got the basics down. I think most MMD videos are created by just loading different assets without making any adjustments, so if you do that, you're already better than the vast majority. The bare minimum you should do is checking your motion for glitches after loading it, models have different height and sizes, so putting different assets together usually results in things like arms clipping into the head or chest area, or parts of the stage getting into the way of the camera. You should especially check for closeups, if your model is considerably smaller or taller than the one the camera was made for, there's bound to be scenes where your model is not or barely visible in it. You can easily prevent these things by just going through the frames bit by bit and just slightly adjusting the keyframes on these occasions, it doesn't take up that much time and already makes it so much better.

The next step would be refining the motion with your own ideas, I guess. For that one, I recommend checking out the facial sliders and just playing around with them a bit to create different kinds of facial expressions. It's easy to work with them and having your model laugh or make different kinds of reactions looks so much better than the blank stare you get if you do nothing with them. Complex facials are usually not incorporated in downloadable motions as they are quite different between models, at least in my experience.

And from then on... I think that's where the hard parts starts, like making your own motions or editing models for different purposes. I personally really like this guide: https://ecchi.iwara.tv/forums/how-make-realistic-undressing-animation

It might be more "advanced" knowledge than "basics", but if you follow that guide you can make much better MMDs than the usual boring stuff that make 95% of the existing MMDs. If you can create an MMD like that, then I would really like to see it.