Here are some useful Marvelous Designer tutorials that you can download as PDFs for free and read on any device and as often as you want.
How to make holes and ripped edges for tattered torn clothes
In this PDF you’ll learn how to make realistic looking holes, ripped edges, tears, rips and ragged edges for your Marvelous Designer clothes.
You can use these techniques to create tears and holes for any cloth or clothing, jeans, shirts, dresses, pauper clothes, beggar clothing, modern fashion and undead zombies, ripped flags etc.
This Marvelous tutorial covers step-by-step how to create a tattered torn zombie costume. To create the torn garment, we’ll start by making the dynamic dress in Marvelous Designer and then teach you Photoshop texturing techniques to create the holes and rips.
How to make Marvelous Designer stitches tutorial
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make stitches effect for your 3D clothes inside of Marvelous Designer 5.
This tutorial covers how to make straight stitching lines as well as how to scale stitches, how to make a double stitch, single stitch line and how to make curved stitches. Using this method you can quickly place stitches along the bottom edges of your shirts, cuffs, collars, along the sides of pants, on doubled edges and around logos and labels.
You’ll also learn how to make stitches of any design, such as stitched text, curved stitches and stitched shapes in Photoshop.
Using this technique you can make stitches for jeans, for pants, for shirts, stitched pants fly and any other stitches you need.
Download the free PDF here.
Other ways to add stitches include exporting Marvelous Designer clothes to ZBrush or Substance Painter.
With the method of overlaying a stitch texture onto your clothes in Marvelous Designer, your stitches will not stick out on the surface of the clothes. However, it is a fast and dirty way to make stitches that look pretty realistic for most purposes.
Marvelous Designer 5 to ZBrush Workflow Tutorial
In this PDF tutorial you’ll discover the best Marvelous Designer to ZBrush workflow. Discover the best tips and advice for exporting Marvelous Designer clothes to ZBrush 4R7. Avoid a broken mesh or other issues.
We’ll compare if tris or quads are better, how to turn a tri mesh into a quad mesh in Marvelous Designer, if to export with 2D graphics or without, to weld or not to weld, if to select Unified UV Coordinates or not etc.
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