what makes 3D fashion design software different
*Get ahead of the costing process
by finalizing styles far ahead of regular production lead times
Eliminate unnecessary physical sampling and shipping costs
by seeing all changes immediately on 3D samples
CLO is a 3D fashion design software program
creating virtual, true-to life garment visualization
with cutting-edge simulation technologies
for the fashion and apparel industries.
This video is a comparison between working in CLO versus Adobe Illustrator.
It demonstrates how it is more efficient to create a pattern from scratch
and put together a 3D garment in CLO.
*Streamline the garment/handbag design development Process
*quickly mock up samples in a risk free setting, with no material waste.
*Use the built-in pattern tools to generate pattern shapes from scratch
In the 3D window,
easily establish sewing lines on segments of patterns or internal shapes/lines
*All adjustments made in the 2D window
automatically synchronizes with the 3D window
instantly review changes as any modifications to 2D patterns, immediately simulated,
Improve design by checking silhouette in the development process,
allowing sample time for refinement before finalization.
*instantly review changes as any modifications to 2d patterns, color, texture and finishing details are immediately simulated
*Create various custom texture images and apply to fabrics
to express variety of fabric in CLO.
There are four steps total to create a custom texture image: Scanning Fabric, Making Repeat, Matching DPI (Resolution), and Adjusting Color. In order to make custom texture image, image editing software, such as Pixplant, Adobe Photoshop is needed.
CLO can accurately emulate drape-sensitive fabrics
such as cowhide, lambskin and nylon, with various material properties.
*To make a 3D Avatar with exact specs as a live human model best is to use a 3D body scan which would be the most accurate way to get the exact specs,
but you can also adjust specific measurements of our default Avatars with the Avatar Editor available in the Clo software.
*CLO provides a variety of trims such as
buckles, buttons, buttonholes, rings, zippers, and more, which can be found in the CLO Library.
can also create trims using Patterns and export as OBJ