I’m trying to show that Marvelous Designer is not only a 3d cloth simualtor, it’s a great modeling tool that can be used to create lots of amazing 3d models, I already showed you how to create a 3d Chef’s hat using Marvelous Designer, and I’m planning a couple of 3d modeling tutorials using Marvelous Designer in the upcoming weeks, so make sure you signup to the newsletter so you don’t miss out on the good stuff!
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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, a very under-appreciated tool in marvelous designer, but it’s one of the features in marvelous designer that I love using and it saved my butt 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.
In this tutorial I will go over explaining how to create some realistic soft cloth shaders inside Maya using V-Ray, this technique actually works on any type of renderer, I will start by explaining how to create a really simple cloth shader that you can use in your cartoony projects, and then I’ll show you the “standard” cloth technique, and finally I’ll build an awesome shader network that will blow your mind, literally blow your mind so make sure no kids are around when you watch this cause your shattered brain pieces might injure them, so use this tutorial with caution.. YOU have been warned!
Hey guys, before I start telling you about this week’s update, I gotta apologize for not being active on the blog for the last couple of month, I have been very busy working on some amazing projects which I will share with you here each week starting this week, I promise that I will try to make 1 update per week from now on.