Last Updated: 16 Apr 21
One of the most versatile funtions of Kisekae 2 and used extensivly to create custom Characters, Hair peices play a pretty big role in making a Character truly your own.
Selects either a single Character (places a Yellow marker above their head), or all of the Characters.
Sorts the slot you have selected in 2. Hair Slots, and allows you to shuffle your slots around to your choosing. A guide can be found at this link.
Copies all of the Hair peices that are currently visable from one Character, and paste them to another. A guide can be found at this link.
Copies the currently selected Hair Peices values from one Character, and applies it to either another slot on the current Character, or a slot on another Character.
Resets the Hair Peices values from the beginning of your session.
A Configurable Random Button that applies random attributes to the selected submenu items by clicking on the spanner icon on the right, making your choices, and then clicking on Random.
1. Hair Presets
A total of 104 preset hair additions that you can use on your Character for a quick and simple style. Careful, as clicking on this will erase all your other Hair Peices that you have already placed.
2. Hair Slots
You can add up to 30 different hair accessories by placeing them in different slots.
/ 3. Fix location
This allows you to change the location to which the Hair piece is fixed. The default point is the head (as represented by the smiley face). The issue here is that if you are making a custom Character, and are using Hair pieces in places that they are not supposed to go, it can be probablomatic if you want to move the Characters head. What happens is as you move their head, the Hair peices will move as well, ruining the effect that you had previously made.
This can fix that issue, or just offer additional layers for you to achive different effects. Click on any of the four options (Head, Main Hair, Fringe, or Rear hair) to select which point to anchor your Hair piece to.
4. Hair Pieces
There are 87 different Hair Pieces to choose from, with a Triple swab colour pallet (57 colours), switchable sides using the side facing arrow button, three different layer positions (behind the Rear Hair Style, in front of the shoulder but behind the ear, and in front of the Character) using the upwards facing arrow. There is a button that lets the Hair piece hang naturally when you tilt the Characters head (round arrow) or remain in line with their head (flat line), and a function that can remove the shade values from the Hair Piece (Round half-moon shaders on, flat line shaders off).
5-7. Hair Dimensions
Hair (5) width and (6) length are joined by the chain link between the two, and can be changed using the sliders either together or seperatly. You can also chain on function 7, a six value hair thickness selector, with 1 being no outline at all.
8-10. Strech and Skew
Tag 8 streches the Hair Peice using a slider, with 500 being the default. 9&10 skews (turns) the Hair Piece through 360o. You can turn the piece all the way around with 9, and then if you need to go MORE around, you can with number 10. Or you could just go back the other way on 9 until you get to the point you would using both, but you know, that’s just like, your opinion, man…
11 & 12. Hair piece location
Locates the Hair peice (11) horizontally and (12) vertically in relation to the Character.