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2014-02-13, 22:47:58

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Fabric layer has been added to model



2014-02-13, 23:03:33
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More like a rubber, maybe a bit softer, with more folds?

Oh, a third one :)

2014-02-14, 07:57:02
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2014-02-14, 08:55:32
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Mummy? :D

2014-02-14, 11:48:12
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I like the first one, it seems to be sufficient to evaluate a fabrics material.
My Ducati or a render with Corona.....mmm, hard question!
http://www.coverimage.it

2014-02-14, 13:35:45
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I am a NINGA..

looks like shit, wrapped in toilet paper :D (no offence)

Entrust it to someone who can do it well... someone who knows the Marvelous Designer...

2014-02-14, 15:30:41
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Thanks for the nice comment.
I am open for suggestions, if someone would like to help in my project.
In the end, the website will serve us all... Hope in a good way.


2014-02-14, 17:08:58
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I think something like that, would better suit for fabric materials.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2014-02-14, 18:33:39
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2014-02-14, 19:19:34
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I think something like that, would better suit for fabric materials.

The best one here.

2014-02-14, 22:10:46
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On second thought, maybe there should be more folds/wrinkles to better emphasize materials like silk.

« Last Edit: 2014-02-14, 22:26:48 by romullus »
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2014-02-14, 22:59:31
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Wonderful! That's look very professional.
+1

2014-02-15, 14:54:40
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Hi. Just tried out Marvelous Designer...

2014-02-15, 16:01:29
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2014-02-16, 12:27:37
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On second thought, maybe there should be more folds/wrinkles to better emphasize materials like silk.

Like it but there's no more the deeper fold from your first one, on right side of view) that could be nice to see the translucency or whatever transports light in deepest corner.

That comment apply as well to Vladimir examples, gorgeous but falling on ground and hostings 'deep' part inside would be nice to evaluate light transportation thru.

MAy be.