A look at how I do mine.
I haven’t done one of these in a looooong time and for that, I apologize. I recently acquired this jacket and wanted to take a closer look. I had a hard time dating it precisely because the silhouette suggested mid to late 1960’s but the lapel shape wasn’t right- when I got it open I realized that a tailor had narrowed the lapel by 3/4″ at some point after it was made, so I think
Click to watch my conversation about technology in manufacturing, the need for the best fit, and, of course, the age-old battle of man vs machine!
We took our new collection of Buffery-Flex Uniforms for a preview event at the NPC North Americans Pro Bodybuilding competition and at it we were approached by an IFBB Pro who loved what we were doing and wanted to work with us. He definitely had a honed sense of style and enjoyed fashion, and we thought he had a great look so agreed that we would love to work with him too. On our drive
A pattern than can be repeated over a garment either in a 3D application or in graphics like Adobe Illustrator or photoshop is known as a tileable or tiling pattern. In 3D applications it is known as a tiled texture. While plaids can seem like the more difficult of patterns to tile, they are actually one of the easiest, once you know how to do it. In this video I show three different pieces of
I am married to a former competitive bodybuilder. Buying clothing has always been a problem, so we decided to try to solve it. We started a clothing line on the side. Most products aimed at athletes and bodybuilders take themselves So. Very. Seriously. We didn’t want to do that. We wanted to be a little fun, a little silly, a little snarky, more than a little inspired by the comic book characters that inspired many
We will be announcing details of the next IACDE 3D summit very soon (the new logo gives a hint about the theme), but in the meantime, a sneak peak of how I made this new logo in Blender and Substance 3D Painter.
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to easily model a custom brass button, then texture it and give it a raised logo effect with a displacement map made in Photoshop. It is a follow-up post to my last one, for people who aren’t using Substance Painter. Blender is completely free and can be downloaded from Blender.org, and a 30-day trial license of Clo3D at clo3d.com. It is best to have a
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to easily model a custom brass button, texture it with a raised logo effect in Substance Painter, then register it as a new button in Clo3D. Blender is completely free and can be downloaded from Blender.org. You can get a 30-day trial license of Substance Painter at substance3d.com and a trial license of Clo3D at clo3d.com. It is best to have a familiarity with Blender
I was recently contacted by an intriguing young man who wanted to speak with me for his podcast about tailors. I am usually leery of such things because I find most of these kinds of interviews quite dry and formulaic, but when we actually connected to plan for it, I found he was an enthusiastic and passionate person who had spent a few years in Italy learning the craft and meeting some very interesting people,