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is there a shortcut to learn sculpt clothing? is just because for graphic design and branding
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>>628880
have you tried the "make 3d model" button?
works pretty nice and easy for and i don't have to actually learn anything
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>>628880
Marvelous Designer. Not sculpting, but sewing. Their cloth sim tech is really good too.
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making clothes is one of the hardest aspects of 3d

sorry bro
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>>628891
Don't listen to this guy, OP. The hardest part in 3D modeling is creating human genitalia. Why do you think so few 3D models have genitals?
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If you want things to looks good, there are no shortcuts. Even with Marvelous Designer you're gonna have to put in work. Most of the magic honestly is in the texturing as well, and Substance Painter is the closest thing to a shortcut you're gonna have there. It's still gonna take know how, skill and patience regardless of how you do it.
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poly modeling it smooth then running an ncloth simulation to get the wrinkles might help. you could use dynamic arrays for stuff like stitching i think. that or perhaps a kitbash tool.




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