How to Create a 3d Chef's Hat
For the last couple of weeks I have been busy creating some new content that I really can’t wait to share it with you guys and gals. I really enjoy creating tutorials and I love it when I receive amazing messages, saying that you found my tutorials helpful. I have many awesome things planned ahead that will def take your work to a new level or maybe just improve your daily workflow.
Now, let’s talk about this marvelous tutorial, I will be showing you how to create a Chef’s Toque also known as a Chef’s Hat (Toque sounds so fancy, I have no idea how to say that word out loud without feeling french) using only Marvelous designer, I will show you some new tools and techniques that I used on a client’s projects.
We will look at the strengthen feature one very underappreciated tool in marvelous designer, but it’s one of the feature in marvelous designer that I love using and it saved my but more than a couple of times, especially when I wanted the 3d cloth to be stiff or just play nice with the other parts of the cloth. I will be showing you how to create 2 different types of stitches or sewing (I really don’t like saying the word sewing it just sounds like you are going to sue somebody…)
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About Oasim Karmieh

My name is Oasim Karmieh and for the last 12 years I have been working as a freelancer,I have had the pleasure to work with clients all over the world. I have worked on some amazing projects from Animated films, animated short films, commercials and interactive iPad books. I’m what you call a Jack of all trades, but my true love and passion is teaching I always enjoyed sharing my knowledge and technique with all my friends, This is why I started Pixelophy.com, cause I really believe in sharing knowledge and experience, the only way we can grow as artists is to help other artists grow with us.

“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” ― Phil Collins

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