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I'm not English speaker, so i don't know how to explain my problem correctly, but i'll try

Hello, my friends. I newbie in Blender and modeling in general, and i have problem with hair. I'm trying to make long hair of my character, but when i'm trying to use children with interpolated mode, i see that some children are going through the head and neck. Of course, i have an separate mesh for hair. Screenshot shows hot it looks like. hair problem

(number of children in preview equals 20)

The second screenshot shows particles. Yes, there is so many parents, but i need to make hairstyle looks exactly how i want. You can see that there is no parents intersecting with mesh (with the exception of a couple).

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But when i activate children, i see bad picture.

I tried to find answer and did next steps: 1. Duplicate mesh with hair. 2. Deleted all particles from second mesh. 3. Removed second mesh from render. 4. Activated collision in second mesh. 5. Setted outer = 0.500, inner = 0.2, particle damping factor = 0.4;

If be honest i don't know last step and what does it all mean, 'cause i still learning and i have not even reached it yet.

Maybe problem comes from completely different side? I spent the whole day trying to figure out what's wrong, but still got nothing.

Blender's community is my last hope.

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  • $\begingroup$ Ok, i learnt that problem's going from places where two directions of hair parents are intersecting. So i just divide mesh by two parts. It solved my problem, but i got some difficulties with hairstyle editing and, i gues, adding hair dynamics. $\endgroup$ – Mateil Feb 13 '18 at 20:03

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