3didy 11:07PM Fri, 05 October 2007
hi thn but whatbout after this ,xport in max? Becos youre doing this in photoshop how to put it up on the model please?
wazburg 9:40AM Sat, 16 June 2007
98NeonRT 7:36AM Wed, 02 November 2005
For the logest time I was sure that my renders were destined to be cold and questionable due to thier lack of clothing. After reading this I feel a new hope for all the naked bodies floating around in my computer!! HA! HA! Thanks for such a good tutorial!
Kacy 6:36AM Sat, 01 January 2005
Awesome tutorial! I'm just learning how to draw my own clothes and this was so much easier to follow than other tutorials I have found. I really like the end result that I got from this! :)
calum5 10:58AM Mon, 05 April 2004
Heather thats awesome luv,THANKS so much for this :-) byeeeeee calum
joannastar 7:18AM Sat, 31 January 2004
I just tried out this tutorial and it's great :) I never had the confidence to paint clothes before, but my results while not brilliant are recognizable as a dress :)
Andrew_C 7:07AM Thu, 08 January 2004
Very helpful. like shadow - walker says, logical and straight-forward. I now think I will have a bash at painting my own clothing. PS there's nufink wrong wif the grammer :)
Bonzodog 2:58PM Fri, 02 January 2004
This is the first tutorial on rendering I've seen, and I was very well impressed. Your English grammar, etc are a little dody but I understood what you meant. Great art!
prog 1:43AM Thu, 01 January 2004
Thank you so much for this!!!! I can't wait to try it!! Thanks for putting up with my constant nagging for you to do a tutorial!! This is a very clear and logical presentation!! If I can't produce something decent, it's my fault, not yours! LOL!! Excellent tutorial, and once again-THANK YOU!!-Dudley
shadow-walker 11:10AM Mon, 29 December 2003
Great tutorial, done logically and nice and straight forward to follow. the end result looks very realistic. well done.