- Okay, now we're getting into a particular challenge…with cloth sculpting,…and that is clinging fabric.…So you'll notice in our reference,…fabric in a few places has a tendency…to pull in around the anatomy.…And what you get in these places…is the fabric kind of clinging and pulling…off of the anatomy.…This dynamic effect is something…that takes some special attention to get right.…In this video, I'll show you some tips and ways…of thinking about the problem…that should make it easier to manage.…Okay, so let's go ahead and focus…on the clinging fabric here on the backside.…
It's a little bit easier to see what's going on here.…The fabric is clinging pretty tight here on the thigh,…and then what you see is this kind of depression…where the fabric is getting pulled inwards…into the gap here between the legs.…And then what we also is some fabric pulling…from the clinging portion down…to the hanging portion.…So let's see how we can simulate this in ZBrush.…For right now, I'm going to hide the inner skirt…because we don't really to work with it right now,…
- 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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