Intro to CLO 3D Apparel Design
Students create and fit virtual garments using CLO software. Through the run of this course the designer translates in-person activities, such as patternmaking and fitting, into a virtual language. Specifically, the cohort begins by virtually sewing and fitting conventional garments – pants, shirts, jackets, and skirts – and transitions to breaking the traditional tailor’s grid paradigm to generate experimental patterns and true to life 3D garment simulation that is used to assist in garment design and production.
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Alfredo Lujan is a clothing designer and visiting lecturer at MassArt. He received a BS in Fashion Design from Mount Ida College.