Transhuman4Blender || Teeth ||

Transhuman4Blender comes with an anatomically correct mouth cavity, with proper gums, tongue, throat, and teeth. 

The mouth cavity is integrated in the body, and it responds to the customization edits, but there are certain edits that are related to the teeth in particular, and you can find all those in this the Teeth Panel.

Transhuman4Blender teeth panel

The first setting is the Denture Height. After you have completed your Transhuman's design, you can check the denture's position, and adjust it if it's too high or too low.

The best way to check is to activate the Face Rig option in the Armature Panel, and select the 'Smile Teeth' pose from the animation library. Now, with the denture visible, you can preview the render and adjust the height.

Teeth Age adds yellowish-brown color to the teeth and Color Saturation decreases the saturation. Playing with the settings it's easy to achieve natural enamel colors.

Tranhuman4Blender teeth age

The Gap option add a gap between the front top or bottom teeth.

Transhuman4Blender teeth gap

Crookedness rotates and turns some of the teeth to break the evenness and add an extra level of realism.

Transhuman4Blender teeth crookedness

In the Shape panel you can change the size and the length of the teeth.

Transhuman4Blender teeth shape

Fangs increases the length of the fangs in the top or the bottom.

Transhuman4Blender fangs

Missing Teeth removes the selected tooth (identified by the Dental Chart Number). To remember which is which, picture the toggles like they are the teeth facing forward: the numbers 8 and 9 are the center top teeth, and the numbers 25 and 24 the center bottom.

Transhuman4Blender missing teeth