You can save the angle. Just go into the camera mode. Then you press ctrl + 4 (or any other number) when you found the perfect position. If you want to have the same position again, just press the number in camera mode again.
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It's number 5-9 that are in use for this ^^ It's these numbers that I'm using when I save my angles
I can understand that this may make people nervous about selling horses for fear they'd be dumped into a Deceased Account and be unable to be retrieved, but I think this is a symptom of the larger problem Equus has about wanting to keep control over horses they've sold. If you make a decision to sell a horse, you are handing over control of that horse to another person. Full stop. You no longer get to decide what the horse does or where it goes, or if it gets sold on to another person who then stops being active, etc. It's a reality of selling that no matter who that horse gets sold to, it may no longer remain active, and that's a risk we all take whenever we make a decision to give up a horse.
I agree with this so much. I have sold many horses who are now un-active, or barely active. Does it bug me a little? Sure but ultimately its just like real life, when you sell a horse it is no longer yours If it happens to be a good sale you might get an owner who sends you updates and keeps you posted, but you might not. That horse is theirs and they can do with it as they please. I think the graveyard is a good idea.
I just.. go with this.
There is always a risk, that those horses are "lost" but thats the general risk if you sell it. I think I dont need to repeat people here.
I myself am also always a bit sad and think twice before I sell horses, but I am aware of the risks that I dont have control over anything anymore at the point of selling.
Okay, but how did I come to miss so many updates from you?
Cinnamon Meteor and Huckleberry Finn are just absoulte stunners and so so cute as babies
And all your other horses look gorgeous, too! Your pictures have so much quality and your editing is so lovely. Chairo no kuma in the latest update is also an absolute eyecatcher! And so cute
If you have the pose player add-on you can use the tool "move" that pops up when you click on the sim and with that you can fine adjust the rider placement over the horse and you can also use this as "cheat" to pull out the leg from the horse belly ^^ this add-on is very useful in many ways since you can really do tiny adjustements, so small as 1px in time if needed to get the rider (or horse) in perfect position ^^
With wide horses you typically have to have one of the rider's legs partially clipping into the horse and take the picture from the angle with the other leg in the correct position, because most poses won't have the rider's legs posed wide enough to fit around them. The horse rig you use to create poses in Blender doesn't have any sliders affecting it, so most rider poses will have the legs in a fairly narrow position.