This is a very good free ZBrush video tutorial for creating perfect looking torn cloth by Glenn Patterson. It is very useful for those times when you have to sculpt a realistic torn cloth in ZBrush, as modeling tears in cloth, sculpting torn clothing or ripped cloth can require some know-how. Glenn also explains in this tutorial the effectiveness of using Nanomesh in ZBrush.
Worn-out Cloth Sculpting in ZBrush
If you have been doing Character modelling for quite some time now, you would be needing at times to sculpt 3D characters that require more attention to the cloth detail, or may need them to have tears in their clothes or ragged torn clothes.
You probably realized how hard it is sometimes to create the look of a perfect torn cloth; a cloth that has been worn-out around the edges and where the textile is running out.
Well guess what…..We’ve brought you a great video tutorial on making torn cloth in ZBrush!
In this Video tutorial Glenn Patterson shows you how to create a worn-out looking torn clothing material for your 3D character in ZBrush.
In the process he also explains the versatility of Nanomesh and how useful it is in new-age modelling.
You will also learn interesting new ways to come up with great final renders. Have a look!
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