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View Poll Results: What is th eeasiest to work with?
nCloth 22 88.00%
Classic Cloth 3 12.00%
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Old 03-29-2007   #1
Anuradha
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Default Maya nCloth vs Classic Cloth ????

hi guys i've been using maya 8 and now using maya 8.5.
the autodesk guyz have removed maya cloth and introduced nCloth.
but i think nCLoth is difficult than classic cloth.what do you guiys think.
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Old 03-30-2007   #2
Rasclatt
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Default nCloth

In my opinion, I think the nCloth is way easier. Sculpting a geo cloth the way you want it, then convert that to cloth is way faster and exacting for me than to do classic cloth patches. and fuss around with stitching and crap. If I was going to make a 3d app and was to make a cloth feature, I would make it a geo to cloth convert system over a curve/patch/stitch system any day.

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Old 07-18-2007   #3
shmee.again
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Lightbulb hi

the difference is that nCloth can be teared, shattered, dented, crushed, warped, inflated, deflated, creased on hard edges, all because of nCloth's 'dynamic simulation engine' Nucleus. 'maya cloth' doesnt support any of that... my vote goes for nCloth...woohoo
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Old 07-19-2008   #4
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are you guys saying ncloth it comes with 8.5 becouse i am using 8 and i have cloth
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