- An issue that you're always going to run into…in making digital clothing is that often…different parts of the clothing will overlap each other,…for example you can see the knee poking out…of the skirt here.…I like to fix this stuff towards the very end…of the process because if you put a lot of effort…into correcting overlap early on,…you'll usually end up having to fix it again…later on anyway just because things move around…as you edit them.…So let's look at a few ways to get this done.…Pretty straightforward, I'm just going to alt + click…on the outer skirt to make it the active sub-tool…and let's get the move brush, bmv,…and I'm just going to zoom in here,…and I'm just going to pull the skirt up.…
It's really pretty straightforward.…Just want to make sure that the dress…popping out over the knee,…alternatively you could select the knee object…and push it down,…but I kind of wanted to get a little bit more…of an angle and a sense of the anatomy…of the kneecap underneath this dress.…Okay, so it looks like nothing else is poking through, good.…
- Extracting cloth from a figure
- Sculpting folds and wrinkles in a shirt
- Making a flowing skirt
- Sculpting cloth from primitives
- Adding crumpled folds
- Making clothes with curves
- Creating tassels and lace trims
- Giving cloth thickness
- Correcting overlap
- Making adjustments with ZBrush Transpose Master
Skill Level Intermediate
Sculpting a Creature with ZBrush and Photoshopwith Rayce Bird2h 36m Intermediate
1. Making the Form-Fitting Shirt
Sculpting folds and wrinkles4m 44s
2. Making the Flowing Skirt
3. Making the Wrapped Scarf
4. Adding the Lace Trim
Creating a lace segment5m 18s
5. Finishing the Clothing
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