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1

How can you achieve a droopiness effect (making it look like the clothes are wet)?

By manipulating the gravity options

By increasing the Shrinkage Weft

By turning on the Wind Controller

By manipulating the gravity options

2

For what can you use Systematization?


For applying the same texture and fabric onto the patterns

To speed up the working process, by simulating applying changes to both sides

It is used for organizations purposes

To speed up the working process, by simulating applying changes to both sides

3

You have a collar of a shirt that you would like to sew on to the rest of the outfit. What kind of sewing would be the fastest to use, if you plan on changing the length of the collar later on?

M:N sewing

Segment sewing

Free sewing

M:N sewing

4

Where can you use the pleat tool apart from dresses?

It is only meant for dresses

On curtains, table clothes, accordion doors

For folding any kind of fabric

On curtains, table clothes, accordion doors

5

How is the Steam Tool more efficient than the Shrinkage Weft and Warp options?

It only affects the area we click on, opposed to the whole pattern

It's easier to undo than the latter

It produces more realistic results than the latter

It only affects the area we click on, opposed to the whole pattern

6

If you are making a pillow, what kind of settings would you manipulate to get the shape?

Pressure setting and Layer Clone

Steam Brush Tool and Fabric options

The thickness option

Pressure setting and Layer Clone

7

For what can you use an increased buckling ratio weft and warp?

For dresses to appear softer.

For animating clothing, to make it appear lighter.

For folding fabrics.

For folding fabrics.

8

How could you achieve the pronounced sewing lines in the middle, as shown on the image?

(images is similar to my favorite type of headboard)



By applying a very stiff material like Full grain leather on to it.

With internal lines and increasing their strength.

By placing pins in the correct areas and pushing the fabric down.

With internal lines and increasing their strength.

9

What kind of settings do you need to change to prepare a garment for animating?


Freeze the garment to secure its position.

Bump up the Gravity to make the garment lighter and reduce the thickness collision setting.

Secure risky areas with pins attached to the Avatar and increase the Friction Coefficient.

Secure risky areas with pins attached to the Avatar and increase the Friction Coefficient.

10

What kind of information does the Properyy Editor hold?

Opens up settings for the Avatars.

Tracks changes we make throughout time.

Opens up settings for seamlines, avatars and fabrics.

Opens up settings for seamlines, avatars and fabrics.