- All right, now we're at the point in making the shirt…where it all starts to come alive.…The wrinkles and folds may seem random…and chaotic at first, but they're actually very structured,…and they can tell the viewer a lot…about how the dancer is moving.…The wrinkles will also create interesting detail…that catches the viewer's eye.…So let's start off with some of these wrinkles…around the shoulder.…This is an interesting pinch area…where the strap of the scarf…is tucking into the armpit and it's really creating…some interesting pulls and stretches.…
All right, so let's go into ZBrush,…and let's zoom in on the shoulder here.…Now the brush I want to use for this is Inflate,…so I'm going to hit B, I, N, on the keyboard…and let's get that draw size down a little bit.…And let's just start drawing in some of those wrinkles.…Okay, not too bad.…What I want to do is vary with the intensity…and the length and the position of these wrinkles,…so it's natural, so they're not all the same,…all the same length, all the same position.…
- 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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