Peter Stammbach demonstrates one of the many ways to approach modeling upholstery in Luxology Modo walking though the process with the help of a couple of scripts.

Upholstery always represents a modeling challenge in any application, as it is both partly hard-surface and partly soft organic forms at the same time.

One of the many ways to model upholstery in modo

Peter always comes up with some interesting modeling tutorial in Modo, and here he models the leather upholstery on a chair using some of Seneca’s Modo Scripts, which can be found here.

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