Understanding Fabric Course By Tas Pitsilis

Today, I would like to introduce you to someone I met recently on my journey to learn more about making mesh clothing and clothing design.   I have met so many people in the last few months, who come from a variety of backgrounds with tons of great skills.  These folks have been some of the nicest and generous people you will care to meet. Patiently, many have answered so many of my newbish questions.  
I am pleased to introduce you to Tas Pitsilis. Tas is the author of a new work called "Understanding Fabrics"

It is interesting to note that Tas was a Second Life Resident from 2004 through 2008.  He understands the trials and tribulations SL Creators and Merchants, especially those trying to acquire new skills,  can go through in their creative endeavors.   Also, Tas has a real life fashion design background. 

So why is this person important to my readers?

Tas has created...Understanding Fabrics which I think will be of interest to both new and old SL Clothing creators alike.  As the author himself states at the beginning of his work, "Understanding Fabrics is primarily a course for 3D clothing makers who need to quickly learn about real-world fabrics.  What types of fabrics are there? What do they look like? What are their properties in relation to one another?"


UNDERSTANDING FABRICS [COURSE]

There are two illustrated modules to this course, which is presented via Adobe Flash, and comes in both Windows and Mac versions.  The Book Module, which explains about fabrics and the second book, the Reference Module, provides information about specific fabrics.  

Please note, this is NOT a 3D modeling clothing course. This course is about real world fabrics.  Understanding real world fabris may in adding more detail and realism to your 3D modeling creations in the way of draping cloth and they types of textures you may wish to use in your final products.

I encourage you to visit Tas's site https://sellfy.com/taspitsilis for more information. 

Happy Creating Everyone
Morgaine

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