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Why is it impossible to create a tablecloth that stays flat on the top? Every time I try to simulate cloth, it beds at the top, making the tabletop concave and clipping through my dishes.
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In C4D you can set points/polys as static. You should be able to do something similar. "Freeze" what's supposed to stay flat and sim the rest.
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>>514966
This.

Alternatively, you can pirate Marvelous Designer and get it over with in under a minute.
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>>514966
Do you know how to do it? I'm already late with this assignment I am working on (still scene), but I can't figure out how to do this cloth.
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>>514965
select vertices that should be flat and use scale tool to align them and then move them down a bit, then select edges and relax once and it's done.



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