Marvelous Designer Tutorial

For the last couple of weeks, I have been busy creating some new content that I really can’t wait to share 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, and I will def enlarge your 3d tools box with new software like ZBrush, Marvelous Designer, Keyshot, Substance Designer.

How to create a Chef Hat Using only Marvelous Designer

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. The chef hat can be easily created using software like Autodesk’s Maya, 3D Max , Blender and ZBrush, but I took this upon as a tiny challange and also I wanted to try to push the tools whenever I can, and also I love the messiness that Marvelous Designer generates when simulating cloth. All the tools and techniques that I’m showing you in this video tutorial represent the actual workflow that I used on a client’s projects.

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