Bifrost Cloth Simulation #mayamonday
David at SimplyMaya has a new video on how to make cloth simulation that drapes realistically using Bifrost in Maya. Commonly used to simulate fluids, Bifrost does so much more! He explains using Bifrost Graphs and MPM Cloth during the simulation. This allows the fabric to drape like curtains or a table cloth.
In addition, he covers converting a Bifrost Graph to Maya geometry. This makes it possible to keep the simulation output the simulation as opposed to just an animation of it.
Check out Maya Monday under Tutorials for more Maya-featured tutorials and information. In addition, check out the Bifrost Hub, for everything about Bifrost. this includes downloads, tutorials, and more.
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