Started with DAZ studio and now I am using Poser Pro 2014 and Luxrender for rendering.|
I like making tubes & animations of females.
Capitone-style cushion tutorial (step by step)I'm using 3dsmax 2013 to model this object, but hopefully you will be able to translate the procedure to whatever modeling app you are using. I know that Blender and Cinema4D have similar polygon modeling tools to 3dsmax, so people using those apps should be able to reproduce the same results easily. It's not a difficult process, if you have the tools in your app to do some of the operations.Capitone-style cushion tutorial (step by step) by LuxXeon
Ok, start by creating a box, with whatever dimensions you wish your sofa cushion to be. The length and height don't need to be precise, unless you are modeling for an Archi/Viz scene where space matters. However, the amount of edges does count to get the right results. So, make your box with length segments: 6; width segments: 12; and height segments: 2. It should look similar to this image:
The next step is to select every OTHER vertex on your box, in