By Ayane Matrix
Recently, it has come to my attention that several people avoid using Posers cloth room to do dynamic clothing simulations for free or retail products. For me, allowing a clothing prop to drape across a figure is easier to work with and produce more realistic results than I could ever get by trying to use conforming clothes. Sadly, not everyone thinks this way. So, what I intend to do is provide interested parties with some basic information in the hopes that it helps them to gain a better understanding of the clothing room.
Step 1: Preparing the basic figure
For the most part, this one of the more crucial steps in using dynamic clothing. You must start by setting up your figure with a zero pose state as many dynamic clothing outfits are fitted to the figure in this pose. This can differ from figure to figure, but many are at least setup in a similar fashion.
Step 2: Using a suit