Creating a Victorian Style Gown with Marvelous Designer By Natalija Jagarinec — Pluralsight — Free download

Being able to produce high quality 3D models in Marvelous Designer can be a huge advantage and time saver on your projects. This course will help you discover all the obvious and the less obvious techniques of creating garments and accessories.
Marvelous Designer is a software in which you can easily start making your own fabrics right away. However, those initial models may look good but are far from reaching the full potential of the software. In this course, Creating a Victorian Style Gown with Marvelous Designer, you’ll learn the important tools and workflow that come in handy when making multi-layered clothing, along with the more complex tools introduced in the new Marvelous Designer update. First, you’ll discover how to import your own avatars. Next, you’ll dive into pattern creation for your outfits. Finally, you’ll explore how to create your own accessories. By the end of the course, you’ll have a better understanding of the capabilities of Marvelous Designer, and be able to confidently tackle all sorts of garments. Software required: Marvelous Designer 6.5.

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Course Content: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/marvelous-designer-creating-victorian-style-gown

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