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everyone. I have a little problem. I'm using the MakeHuman MPFB2 add-on to create human characters in Blender. It is great! But one problem I have encountered with it is that, my African/Black characters tend to get blue eyes and matted hair and I don't know how to correct that. I'm concerned about the blue eyes because I mainly create African/Black characters.

How do I add brown eyes instead of blue eyes? Also, how do I get rid of the matted hair? I've provided a screengrab below. Thanks.

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  • $\begingroup$ Hi there! If you have solved the problem you can post the solution as an answer so other people can learn from it. $\endgroup$
    – Blunder
    Jun 20, 2022 at 22:09

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The matted hair is due to a roughness setting in the material. All mesh objects created/handled by MPFB, with the exception of skin and eyes, have a principled node as a centerpiece.

You should be able to simply change the roughness value to make it look more to your liking:

Roughness can be changed in material settings

Eyes in MPFB are completely procedural. You can change color, as well as several other settings, freely. This, too, in the material settings:

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