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Old 30-04-2004, 02:51 PM   #1
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Hey kurt the cloth/shirt turorial was great, im workin on a girl, she wears a kimono outfit, any advice on layered cloth? Also why do you prefer making your cloth from the geometry, instead of the way you showed, other than that, your pretty easy to follow, KUDOS!
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When using layers of cloth you have to use Cloth Collisions in your Simulation > Solvers > cpSolver.... It takes some time to make look right... Maya help index as a lot to read up on for you.

I perfer the geo type because i usally only need a shirt, I dont usally have to many charcters wiht different layers.

Hope that helps

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