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Cloth example or tut by Genadinio Cloth example or tut by Genadinio
Great that i found some time to make something for DA .. ( still busy with one project)

Example of making cloth for your interfaces or web layouts...
I know maybe it sucks but i hope you will find something interesting :P

1.Basic form using marque tool (for example)
2.Draw a pattern using pencil tool
3.Using any grunge brushes (and eraser) make your pattern look grunjie (lol my english sux)
4.Group all and make the form like in pikture using warp tool .
5.Apply silk texture and some pattern to your cloth.
6.Add some dirt with grunge brushes (black and white).
7.make the cloth look crappy (i am first time using liquify filter for doing that so it might suck..
8.Add more shadows and some dirt.
9.Finish with colours shadows and apply logo.
10.Finishing touches with shadows, colours and logo.

I am not explaining all the details (maybe this example is not for begginers ) but i will answer all yours questions in comments :)


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Sorry for my english ;)
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:iconayanyu:
AyaNyu Feb 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Where'd you get the Silk texture if I may ask? ; v ;
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Genadinio Mar 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, this one was made 4 years ago, i don't remember. Google "silk/cloth" and you will find a lot of free great textures. Good luck!
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:iconkhima-inez:
Khima-Inez May 3, 2011   General Artist
Love your end result
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:iconevyatarnevodesign:
great work;)
but maybe you can to give a link to the textures that you used in the tut?
please :)
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veeroo18 Sep 15, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
nice tut ! :dance:
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false-emporor Dec 3, 2008
kool can i ask where did you get the grunge brush from, i am trying to draw dirt in my pic but it does come out right, i am trying to get a more mud like effect so any tips are welcome thanks
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:icongenadinio:
Genadinio Dec 7, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, you can use any grunge brushes you will found.
On this cloth i used grunge brushes of black and white colour and then i have changed the blending mode. For more dirt i used yelow and other colours. If you will have any questions - ask.
Thx
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:iconfalse-emporor:
false-emporor Dec 8, 2008
okay thanks
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