I designed this piece for the release of Lukso‘s release of the reversible ICO (rICO), a major innovation step in the area of blockchain and token purchases! Making use of the reversible element of this release, I animated the textures of the hoodie, the tiecords’ wording giving a reversible effect along.
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Spinning in circles, ready to fly – digital fashion animation with #blender, render with #eevee, model and cloth simulation made with #vstitcher
With Carlings AS digital collection, Atacac garments in the online game Sansar VR or The Fabricant’s digital couture, Nike now joins the digital only movement by offering new footwear designs on Fortnite. With about 250million registered users, that’s a huge network of young people they reach through the video game. Excited to see how this … Continue reading Nike joins digital-only movement
Interesting read about digital clothing and various applications such as photo mapping or gaming. Also covering one of my favorite pioneers out there: ‘The Fabricant’. Still, some of the issues like lack of 3D education skills or automated technologies are being pointed out. But I’m happy to see that digital fashion is being picked up by … Continue reading Vogue Business about digital fashion
Last week I discovered Carlings – and got totally amazed by their digital collection initiative!! Carlings is a Norwegian company founded in 1980 by Frank Varner; based on their sustainable DNA and thought-through values, they developed a digital collection which only exists digitally and will never be produced physically. Why would you do that? … Continue reading Digital only – this is Carlings.
With Vstitcher 8 coming out just last week and animation now being a new feature (wohoo) I gave it a go this weekend. My feedback: Fairly simple to use, geometries sometimes break from pose to pose and I needed several tries but without having to use any additional software I am quite satisfied with … Continue reading weekend’s animations
As it’s freezing outside I decided to give down jackets a go for #renderweekly – and it was so much fun 🙂 Background image by RA Stone – artbyras.com