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QUICK TIPS | DAZ Model Importer Part 2/2 | Pose Animation + Cloth Simulation


Christina Myrvold writes:

If you're relatively new to Blender like myself, you'll probably know the frustration of wanting to easily create clothing for your character without pulling your hair out and emptying your wallet for a subscription to "Marvelous Designer". I've spent months trying to figure out a streamlined and fairly simple workflow for clothing creation, and I've finally found a method that works.

In this week's video on POLYCOSM, we continue with part 02 of the "DAZ Model Importer" mini-series, and I will demonstrate how to import a DAZ model that animates from pose A to pose B, how to add cloth simulation into the mix and lastly, how to painlessly edit skin textures of your imported DAZ models. I also briefly touch on my workflow for creating rough clothing using both the Garment Tool and Simply Cloth add-on.

Hope you find the video(s) useful. Happy Blending!

"QUICK TIPS | DAZ Model Importer (Blender Add-on) Part 2/2 | Pose Animation + Cloth Simulation"


Previous Videos In Series:

QUICK TIPS | DAZ Model Importer (Blender Add-on) Part 1/2 | Installation + How To Pose Armature Rigs

QUICK TIPS | Posing Models In DAZ (+ Blender Importing)

QUICK TIPS | Simple Cloth Simulation With Blender Add-on "Simply Cloth"! 


Add-ons used in the video:

Simply Cloth - Gumroad
Simply Cloth - Blendermarket

Garment Tool - Gumroad

Extreme PBR EVO - Blendermarket

About the Author

Christina Myrvold

Hello! My name is Christina Myrvold, and I am a Norwegian M.A. graduate and seasoned professional Freelance artist based in Glasgow, United Kingdom. I work primarily with 2D cover illustrations, but use Blender as a base for all of my projects. I also run an educational 2D/3D-focused YouTube channel called POLYCOSM with my partner and fellow artist, Omercan Cirit: I am open to discuss any projects, big or small. Feel free to contact me with work, or questions, at any time at [email protected]

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