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Clothing Wrinkles and Fabric Folding Reference
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Published: November 15, 2013
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With over 150 votes, this was the top tutorial request and now you can watch the tutorials on creating clothing wrinkles and fabric folding! 
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In this course Tim Von Rueden takes you through the steps on creating realistic clothing wrinkles and folding fabric. In this three part series, we first take a look at the basics and understanding how clothing and fabric works. From there we look at a demonstration on creating realistic folding fabric and then taking all that we’ve learned previously and drawing a few examples of drawing clothing from that.
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TheApprentice225's avatar
I've always enjoyed drawing cloth wrinkles! But it's always a good thing to learn something new! Thank you very much for uploading this! It'll prove insurmountably handy!
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ann47 General Artist
Very  useful tutorial!:)
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BeadGCF17Hobbyist Digital Artist
Trying to use just this image as a tutorial since I don't have the spare cash to pay to view the video, this feels a bit "rest of the owl"-y
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R4DIO-HAZARDHobbyist
I ACCIDENTALLY ADDED THIS TO MY SPECIES FOLDER i'm so sorry for that
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VenenoMentisStudent General Artist
I'm doing exactly what I should not do :(... Thank You!
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deideiblueeyezHobbyist General Artist
Okay, that "compass" of elements that make up fabric materials is ingenious. :clap:
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NikySHouseHobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for this easy and deep tutorial all in one!!Hamtaro Mouse Emoji-02 (Kawaii) [V1] 
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LTGRAPHIXProfessional Digital Artist
omg your tuts are amazing can't believe I have only just found your stuff now! :heart:
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Looks like a great tutorial but when I try to view it, it says that I have to sign up for a membership to CGCookie and then pay to upgrade to a "Citizen" membership.  Is that accurate, or am I missing something.  If someone could let me know, I'd very much appreciate it.  Thanks!
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CGCookieProfessional Digital Artist
To view the video that goes along with the reference you must sign up to be a citizen member of Cgcookie.com 
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PeucetiaViridansHobbyist General Artist
Wow. I'm doing almost exactly what is in the "Don't Do" section. Facepalm This is extremely helpful! ::U::
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Rainbowuniverse500Hobbyist General Artist
Ahh! This is perfect! Thank you~
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NoirSilentHobbyist Digital Artist
helpful thanks :D
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BDTite1919Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks.
wolfclaw58's avatar
wolfclaw58Hobbyist Artist
Very helpful Thx 😻👏👏👏
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GearArcana-No37Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very Useful indeed!
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skyblue000Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ugh, I never really understood how to 'properly' draw clothing folds, but hopefully this will help me to overcome any shortcomings I had with drawing clothing-- x)) Lovely tutorial, thank you so much for uploading!~~ :heart:
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Tr1nks1eProfessional General Artist
Awesine! Very useful!
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Rune-SorceressHobbyist Digital Artist
Great reference! Thank you so much for sharing your collection of images! Will keep a look out for other tutorials you might recommend.
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LesbionageHobbyist General Artist
This is really helpful, especially the graph with the thicknes/tightness, thanks !
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