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Pattern Drafting & Outfit Composition in Marvelous Designer by Andee Antillon

Release date:2023

Duration:03 h 30 m

Author:Andee Antillon

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

This course is focused on teaching you Marvelous Designer from the very beginning, developing the important skill of creating sewing patterns from scratch for any character. No previous experience required.

The goal is to create a wardrobe made up of basic clothes that you can modify and re-use to make full layered outfits at the same time you become familiar with the tools and get a lot of tips and tricks in the way.
In each video, we start making a garment and show you how to modify it to make variations. And show you multiple ways you can do things so you can find your own workflow.

The videos are fully edited, speeding up on repetitive parts to optimize the length but still showing the whole process with voiceover in English. There’s no BGM so feel free to play music on the side!

Softwares used:

  • Marvelous Designer 9 (Minimum Marvelous Designer 8)
  • DAZ Studio (optional)
  • Akeytsu (optional)
  • Blender (optional)
  • Substance Painter 2019.2.3
  • KeyShot 9 Pro

This first version includes the following videos:

  • Basic UI Navigation and settings.
  • Avatar preparation – How to import custom models and save them as an optimized avatar for future use.
  • Shirts Part 1 – Strapless top, heart-shaped top & camisole.
  • Shirts Part 2 – Tank top & Tanktop w/crossed back
  • Shirts Part 3 – V-neck T-Shirt, Long Sleeved shirt with round neck & turtle neck shirt.
  • Shirts Part 4 – Formal shirt with buttons
  • Shirts Part 5 – Hoodie & zipper sweatshirt.
  • Skirts Part 1 – Pencil Skirt, A-line skirt, Semi-circular skirt, circular skirt & cascade skirt
  • Skirts Part 2 – Pleated mini-skirt + Long Accordion Skirt
  • Pants Part 1 – Leggins & Sweatpants
  • Pants Part 2 – Jeans
  • Re-using garments – Layering, fitting & Troubleshooting outfits.
  • Outfit composition theory & reference search tips.
  • Final Project – Re-creating an outfit from Concept Art without sewing patterns.
  • Outfit simulation in Pose


  • Fix DAZ character with morphs
  • DAZ IKs in Akeytsu (for posing/animation)
  • Texturing in Substance Painter
  • Rendering in KeyShot
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