3D clothes

Wonder Woman – Warner Bros. Pictures

Costume Design by – Lindy Hemming


This short demo demonstrates my two week project recreating a Wonder Woman costume from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie in Marvelous designer 6.
If you want to know how I “made” the garment you can download the project.
If you have any use for the costume feel free to make use of it.

The avatar and the animation were made in Daz 3D program.

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The Flash TV series – The Cw


Another fun project making Barry Allen’s costume from the TV series The Flash using Marvelous designer 6.The avatar and the animation were made in Daz 3D program with a little After Effect magic.

If you want to use the costume in your own work you can download the Marvelous designer project for free.

 

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Spider-Man vs. Deadpool – Dance-off


Another short animation, showing of the latest movie costumes for Spider-Man and Deadpool.
The animation was made in Studio – Daz 3D (free software) with the help of aniMate2 plugin. The cloth (costumes) simulation was done with Marvelous Designer software.


If you want to use the Spider-Man costume in your own work you can download the Marvelous designer project for free.

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Deadpool (2016)

3D virtual costume of Deadpool made in Marvelous designer 6.

Feel free to use this 3D garment for personal or commercial projects.

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Woman’s jacket

3D virtual jacket made in Marvelous designer 6.

Feel free to use this 3D garment for personal or commercial projects.

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Retro dress

3D virtual dress made in Marvelous designer 6.

Feel free to use this 3D garment for personal or commercial projects.


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13 thoughts to “3D clothes”

    1. Hello, sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner. I modeled the fabric in MD on genesis 2 so it fits the genesis3 female almost perfectly. If I were you, I wold import the costume to Daz as an obj and position the female figure to fit the costume, mainly you will have to move the forearms.

  1. All I can say is amazing! It takes my breathe away every time I see how much detail you put in. Are you a clothing desighner? I am new to the program but was wondering how hard it is too make a dress. I used to make clothes until my accident in which I never drew the outfit but just saw it completed and than made it. My goal is hopefully to make things as realistic as you

    1. Thank you so much Michael. Personally I dont think the program is super hard to use, but I do have some experience using 3D programs and I took a course in sewing. I learned how to use the program by watching https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8TvrdenlitmEGs2tjnalsA tutorials. You will get the best results if you base you designs on real dress patterns. Keep in touch, I would love to see some of your finished designs and if you need any advice or help, ask away.

      1. I love the wrestling singlet you created and is exactly the kind of templates I would like to create for the company I work for. I purchased the template to test if I could get it to work in photoshop and create a 3D representation of one of the 2D mockups I create…. and it worked for me! I’ve looked into Marvelous Design and Lori Griffiths is a talented youtube tutorialist. I think I could learn the basics quite easily from her, however I’m hesitant to try out the software just yet as I’m having a hard time finding information on how to take a garment from MD and move it to Photoshop. Do I have to purchase ZBrush or 3D software, along with hours of more tutorials to create templates similar to the Singlet template? I would really like to learn how to do this myself, but if it’s complicated, is there a possibility of having you create a few garment templates for us with license to mockup multiple designs to showcase products on our website? I’m sifting through ideas. Thanks for your advisement.

    1. Oh wow, so sweet. Please let me know how it goes and share a link to your projects, I would love to see them.

  2. Having a few issues with the spiderman suit but the rest have worked out great. when i start the simulation the suit sort of erodes away and then the program freezes. any idea how to fix that issue?

    1. Hi Robert,
      you could try altering (redrawing) the pattern in the crotch area, or just try pining the cloth to the avatar. Hope that helps.

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