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i've been tasked with learning how to model clothing, but i'm not sure where to start. i've only ever done hard surface modeling, and a little bit of zbrush. does anyone with experience have any advice or know of any relevant tutorials? should i get marvelous designer?
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>>497400
>should i get marvelous designer?
do you have a budget?
'tasked' by who?
are you working for a company that can afford it, or are you a student?
if the project is going to be a years work designing clothing, then yes,you should.
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dont get marvelous unless you know how to make clothes from scratch irl. you will end up making a burlap sack most of the time
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>>498120
Pretty much this.

Here's a helpful link if you do get MD.

https://www.pinterest.com/clairesews/pattern-making-cutting-alterations



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