Can someone please explain me how to make a character sit in the back rows in INT. MOVIESITS- NIGHT. I know I need to work with layers, but when I write: @CHARECTER spot ( spot here) AND CHARECTER moves to layer -1
Anyway it stands in front of the seats, not behind them.
How can I make a charecter to sit naturally in the back rows?
Well, you would need to make the overlays first, so I suggest going to one of the request threads for them (I’ll find links in a second for you) and I could write examples for the commands, but I’m not the best at scripting that kind of stuff. Give me a sec
By the way, I also have a question. You told I need to put an overlay of seats first so I write
INT MOVIESEATS- NIGHT with INT MOVIESEATS -NIGHT as an overlay, but it shows me an error as it’s not an overlay. BUT when I had a scene at the cafe I wrote INT BAKERY -DAY with INT BAKERY- DAY (as an overlay) and the program was ok with that! But INT bakery day isn’t an overlay as well, so what’s the difference?
And to answer your question, that’s not really how it works. You have to make separate overlays for it instead of adding the background again, which is why I’m finding request threads for you. I don’t understand why it works for one and not the other, though.
No problem, hopefully somebody can make the overlays for you. I would do it myself, but I’m not that skilled If nobody on those threads answer or if they can’t do it, just keep searching around for someone who can.
I have just downloaded an overlay INT. MOVIESEATS -Night to put it on the same background so it had to make it look like my charecter sits in the back row, but it didn’t work because this overlay looks very unnatural on the background, it still can’t figure out how to place a charecter