Join Joel Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up sewing springs, part of Blender: Cloth Simulation.
…One nice addition to the Blender 2.7 feature set for artists using or…creating cloth simulations on a regular basis are the new Sewing Springs…features that will be the subject of our final exercises for this chapter.…In this particular video, we're going to use the example of a simple cloth cover…to demonstrate the basic workflow and workings of the Sewing Springs tool set.…Before we can get going though, given that we will probably not want to have our…cloth objects affected by gravity while we are trying to sew them together let's go…ahead and temporarily deactivate that option by jumping into the Scene tab and…then unchecking the box down in the Gravity section.…
To break down our start scene here, we have a collision object in the form of…this round box, maybe representing something like a foam cushion,…which is nicely sandwiched between two pieces of cloth geometry.…Both of which are currently in need of being set up to use the typical cloth…settings that we have been working with so far.…Which means, jumping into the Physics tab and…
- Understanding physics for better cloth simulations
- Simulating cloth
- Baking simulations
- Using Cloth presets
- Adjusting Quality and Material controls
- Creating and animating vertex groups
- Working with collisions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Ready to Use Cloth
Overview of cloth tools4m 3s
2. Simulation Options
3. Controlling Cloth Behavior
5. Cloth Extras
What's next?2m 4s
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