4 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2009 5:55 AM by Wade_Zimmerman

    Cloth Drapping

    filipep

      Can anyone help me?

       

      With tutorials or something...

       

      Thank you

       

      Filipe Pereira

        • 1. Re: Cloth Drapping
          Jacob Bugge MVP & Adobe Community Professional

          Filipe,

           

          Options depend on version, so that would help the helpers.

           

          And options depend on the complexity and the actual shading/shapes, so an image showing what you wish would also help.

           

          Especially for simple straight draping, blends may be an option; another option applicable (almost) regardless of version could be gradient meshes.

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          • 2. Re: Cloth Drapping
            filipep Level 1

            thank you for your answer...

             

            I think it's more gradient mesh style.

             

            Can you get me a good tutorial on that?

            • 3. Re: Cloth Drapping
              Jacob Bugge MVP & Adobe Community Professional

              Filipe,

               

              Googling gradient mesh leads you straight to numerous tutorials, so you can have a look round and pick whichever suits your version and you like the best.

              • 4. Re: Cloth Drapping
                Wade_Zimmerman Level 6

                The gradient mesh is actually really made for this and though a tutorial will help you clear common sense and keeping the art simple will offer you flexibility.

                 

                I do not use the Gradient mesh much but found you can do amazing things with it in a really short period of time.

                 

                Here is part of a table that has a clothe on it not complex but it gets the idea across. I also included the mesh so you can see the structure is simple and that I made the shape first so you know where to place the mesh cells.

                 

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