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Cloth animation (hand keyed)

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p2design writes:

Here is how I animate cloth in Blender for game play animation.
I'll show you how to get convincing result and how to avoid clipping.
Keep it simple!

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Pierrick Picaut

I'm Pierrick and I'm a blender foundation certified trainer working as a 3D freelancer, motion designer and Blender tutor. I try my best to release nice blender tutorials

1 Comment

  1. Thomas Glerup on

    Hi Pierrick Picaut,
    I am impressed with your animation.
    I am a shoe manufacturer and designer, and have started working in Blender.
    I have a project that I would like to realize, and I wonder if you could guide me a bit further.

    I want to create a web shop, where you can buy clothes that fits your body.
    For this I need to create a generator that first will imitate your body according to measures that you type or scan into the shop.
    Next I will have to modify the patterns of the design/style (in example a shirt), to the specific body that you have.
    And then I will have to show how this shirt will look at your body.

    I know this is a lot of coding and that it still doesn't exist, but I am pretty sure that it is possible to assemble such a generator with the software available in Blender.

    I would like to collect a team, who has the skills to do all this, and then start building.

    Would you like to contribute and do you think you know anybody else who would be interested?

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