- In the reference image, you can see…that there's a seam that comes up about 20%…of the way from the bottom of the skirt.…This is where the two different pieces of fabric…were sewn together.…You can see it also changes how the folds form…on either side of the seam.…This is one of those details that can really add…to the realism of the sculpture.…In this video, we're going to learn how to do this…and also learn a few new ZBrush tricks.…So in ZBrush, we've got the Skirt outer Sub Tool selected.…I'm going to turn on Solo Mode so we see only the skirt.…Let's go ahead and zoom in here…and what I want to do is just start masking off…around the bottom edge of the skirt.…
Let me get a bigger draw size here.…Just going to hold down Control…and start masking this off.…We'll just rotate around…and just make sure we've masked off about the same distance…from the bottom all the way around.…Okay, let me clean this up a little bit.…I'm going to shrink my draw size a bit…and hold down Control and Alt…to remove from the masking a little bit.…
- 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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