Denim Jacket

Description: 

This jacket should fit to the tight jeans, short jeans, sleeveless crop top, tube top and spaghetti strap tank top nerely without changing topology. Delete groups are used and a normal-map is added. All buttons are put on rigid vertex groups. Best way to use the material in Blender: duplicate it and use a less glossy version for the fabric (e.g. connect input color of glossy shader to output of diffuse texture, you can also delete the fresnel and use a fixed value instead), use the glossy version for the buttons (set roughness of glossy shader to a low value). The demo picture was created this way.

status: 

OK

License: 

CC-BY - Creative Commons Attribution

Category: 

Unsorted/other

Compatibility: 

1.1.x

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Rating: 

5
Average: 5 (8 votes)

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Comments

You're a champion

You're the champion of the Denim, you know that Nimes is not far from my town ?

do we need French fashion?

Nimes in France? Well you should create clothes instead of me, France is the nation which "invented" fashion. People in France have more style than I could ever have ... ;-)

(Oops, I just noticed that my "French Lingerie" is derived from a British(!) vendor carrying a French name, I guess I have to repeat the lesson and do a real French one in future :-))))))