pabloquintana

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  • pabloquintana commented,

    It looks like there is more than one avatar there. Start a new project and copy the patterns into it.

  • pabloquintana commented,

    The textured surface sin is all-to-common that I wonder if CLO could do something to make it really hard an un-intuitive to turn it on. As for using manufacturing techniques like folding seams in C...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    Your material is too soft. You have to use a stiffer material or use an avatar inside.  

  • pabloquintana commented,

    lukrecija,  I have been a CLO user and a Power User several years now. I am going to say what you probably won't want to hear: use Windows on a PC with 12 real cores, get a modern RTX GPU, a fast M...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    Hi vketteniss. I would approach this from two angles: 1. Remove the construction lines after you get the outline shape you are going to extract. You don't need them anymore and they are cluttering ...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    lacreanomade, check the graphic properties of the graphics that must be on top. There is an order for your graphics (just like with any overlapped graphics) and a Z Offset which you can use to brin...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    If your button is a trim added manually or added via the button function, these are trims, which provide no collision with fabric. You'd need to pin or sew the loop to your fabric and place the but...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    Hi Candide, let me try and explain what is happening and some avenues to try and solve it. The seam you see is the side seam in CLO, which is showing a bit different than the front and back sides ...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    First. I would say from the first image that you are not using a particle low enough to accommodate for the geometry that is needed for small curves. Try lowering the particle distance to 5 mm and ...

  • pabloquintana commented,

    Exactly. It depends on who created the SBSAR and which parameters were exposed.