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Old 18-04-2006, 04:50 AM   #1
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Question What is the best Method for modeling Clothing?

Hi guys, I'm not sure how to go about making clothing...
do I duplicate and extract from my existing model to make a shirt and pants.?!?? What is the best way...
Doesn't matter if it is more difficult...
what will give me the best results?

and when it is finished, do I do a poly combine to make it
deform when I rig my char?

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clothing are seperae meshes.

just model them just like you would model anything else.

you will have to rig it seperately for more controls and also deformation issues.
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