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    Originally posted by alwei View Post
    I got this shader from GitHub.
    More from another thread got outline shaders.
    Repeated the test and combined this got the following output.

    I happy with this result.
    Hope to be incorporated as a feature of the engine as soon as possible.
    Could you link the thread you got the outline shader from? I've been trying to find a good one myself for quite some time.

    Thanks

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      I did to the video upload to YouTube.



      I am Japanese. Sorry in the language of Japan.
      But this is there is a new possibility of UE4.
      And also are many people who seek this.

      As such functions can be used quickly, a lot of people hope.

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        Originally posted by Headstub View Post
        Could you link the thread you got the outline shader from? I've been trying to find a good one myself for quite some time.

        Thanks
        I got the outline shader in the link of the following thread.
        https://forums.unrealengine.com/show...l=1#post402494

        I was actually able to achieve this result in only these toon shaders and outline shader.
        By another in the post process effect, we have adjusted a lot in color grading.

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          Originally posted by alwei View Post
          I got the outline shader in the link of the following thread.
          https://forums.unrealengine.com/show...l=1#post402494

          I was actually able to achieve this result in only these toon shaders and outline shader.
          By another in the post process effect, we have adjusted a lot in color grading.
          Alright, thank you!

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            Yo Alwei!
            I found out how to import MMD Models allready, so I edited my comment!
            Nice Miku video!
            Last edited by KingKrouch; 10-26-2015, 12:37 PM.

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              Originally posted by Arnage View Post
              Keep in mind that this is based of the master branch, so don't do production work on it. There might be various issues such as the one Kealani had simply due to the work in progress on Epic's side.
              Is there any way that you can do a github repo which has branches that code that works with different versions (Specifically 4.9.2, 4.10, and Master). Having support for 4.9.2 would help many who wouldnt like to break their build, have small hard drive space, and would like to do production work with it.

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                Originally posted by Bryciekai View Post
                Yo Alwei!
                I found out how to import MMD Models allready, so I edited my comment!
                Nice Miku video!
                Thanks!

                I'm looking forward to your lovely work.

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                  Originally posted by alwei View Post
                  Thanks!

                  I'm looking forward to your lovely work.
                  Yeah, I have been hard at work on making a fan-port of Project Diva F and F2nd (as a mashup/compilation) inside of Unreal Engine 4, and I am also working on a JRPG-Esque project.
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                    Hi, i'm sorry, but i don't understand how to install this shading model. I had followed the epic tutoriel and i have built the engine, but i don't know how to have your code. Is anyone can help me ?

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                      Very awesome!

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                        Hi there!

                        I feel a bit lost, I don't know which branch is the best to download right now? I mean the most stable one because I really want try this great shading model with my characters

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                          Thanks Arnage, that's amazing work!

                          I have just backported the shading model to 4.9 and 4.10, if anyone interested I can post them to github (if it's ok by Arnage).
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                            Originally posted by Nate View Post
                            Thanks Arnage, that's amazing work!

                            I have just backported the shading model to 4.9 and 4.10, if anyone interested I can post them to github (if it's ok by Arnage).
                            I would love download it and try if you can upload them to github ^^

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                              Originally posted by Nate View Post
                              Thanks Arnage, that's amazing work!

                              I have just backported the shading model to 4.9 and 4.10, if anyone interested I can post them to github (if it's ok by Arnage).
                              Sure, go ahead!

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                                Originally posted by Nate View Post
                                Thanks Arnage, that's amazing work!

                                I have just backported the shading model to 4.9 and 4.10, if anyone interested I can post them to github (if it's ok by Arnage).

                                Sure, go ahead!
                                Thank you guys, I am definitely interested.
                                Steve S.

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