Making adjustments to the curtain cloth modifiers


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Making adjustments to the curtain cloth modifiers

The Cloth modifier gives you a handful of helpful settings that allow you to control the behavior of a cloth surface--whether that be a blanket draped over the back of a couch or a living room curtain like we are working with in our project here. Using the Cloth CurtainsO2 file that we saved at the end of our previous video, let's see what we can do about the way our curtains stretch and fold as they gather up to the sides of our glass sliding door. To begin, let's temporarily turn off the map that we have assigned to both curtains. That will eliminate the scintillation that we have been getting in our previews, in addition to allowing us to better review and evaluate our curtain geometry.

When opening up the Material Editor, you'll find the curtain material on the top row, far left. We can simply drop down do its map section, turning off the check mark to the left of the Diffuse Color slot. Why don't we now focus our attention on the right-hand-side curtain? We will sel...

Making adjustments to the curtain cloth modifiers
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Making adjustments to the curtain cloth modifiers provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Nelle as part of the Getting Started with Reactor in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation
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