Animation of multiple clothing layers
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Hey anons, I'm a part of an indie dev team and our animator is having an issue with multiple layers of clothing.
I'm just going to paste what he wrote on some other forums where no one fucking answered
>I would like some help with cloth rigging, specifically when it's multiple clothes on one character,
that have to move semi-independently like clothes do in real world .
>For example a character that is wearing a shirt and a vest, when he raises his arms
the shirt would fit and follow his body while his more rigid vest would be raised by the shoulders.
>I'd like to rig clothes that are bound to the joints, but I also want to be able
to move them with controllers, like "Malcolm's" rig.
>Thanks in advance
Basically we don't want there to be retarded unnatural stretching and underlaying layers of clothes to move when only upper layers of clothing should move. What is some effective way to animate multiple layers of clothing basically or at last create an illusion of such.
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Hey /3/ dogs. I'm usually a /b/ro, but I come to you with some questions pertaining to your realm of expertise. You see, I am trying to break into modelling and want to model animals and any living things for that matter. My question to you is do you gentlemen (and ladies?) venture to a select few databases for your references? I've tried my luck at pinterest only to yield a minor handful of content that can actually be used. I am looking, in particular, for orthographic cross sections of various critters and the like. It would make my day if there was some website which served such content in a manner that you type, "shark," in the entry slot and out pops zoological data representing the shark from all angles. Plz help me out, /3/, I'm counting on you. I'll post what I find over the life span of this thread.
legit ways to raise $ for new rendering rig
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fact is, i need a new rig to render my shit 3d artwork on. :) current workstation is very aged, beyond the point of upgrading, needs a complete rebuild. i already work a normie 9-5, but most of that $ goes to mortgage, bills, new baby, etc. makes it kind of hard to put aside any spare $$ for a new rig. anyone on /3/ know a good way to earn some passive or mostly-passive spare $ to build a new workstation? i would just work nights or get a second job, but newborn makes that impossible right now. legit answers appreciated, but this is /4chan/ so i'll take the kekshame that will inevitably follow.