Browzwear: Creating New Styles in 3D using Existing Files

Browzwear: Creating New Styles in 3D using Existing Files

Browzwear: Creating New Styles in 3D using Existing Files

In today’s lesson, we will be focusing on how to take a pre-existing style in your library to create a new styles or variations by way of new style lines, applying fabrics, or color. We will explore beginner friendly features and techniques that will assist in creating new designs.

Note: You will need access to Browzwear VStitcher software in order to do this lesson.

Browzwear is offering UoF paid subscribers access to the Indie licenses (free). Please apply via this link https://go.browzwear.com/indies-application, and fill in the ‘referred by’ as University of Fashion.

Module Description Step
1 What is Browzwear VStitcher/ Workspace 1-4
2 Prep your Pattern Pieces 1-3
3 New Style Development – Pattern Revision 1 Adding/Removing Length 1-4
4 New Style Development – Pattern Revision 2 Color Block 1-8
5 Arrange 1-6
6 Prepare 1-3
7 Stitch 1-14
8 Garment Creation 1
9 New Style Development – Add Fabric 1-8
10 New Style Development – Add Color 1-6
11 New Style Development – Add a Finished Hem 1-3
12 Final Garment 1-3
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MODULE 1 • What is Browzwear VStitcher/ Workspace

Step Description
1 Browzwear is one of the pioneering 3D solutions for apparel design, development, and merchandising. Made up of various products; VStitcher, Lotta, Stylezone, and Fabric Analyzer. In this series, we will focus on VStitcher. VStitcher is a true-to-life 3D apparel design software. The program allows Designers, Technical Specialists, and Pattern Makers to have the ability to design garments, pattern modify, and fit through photorealistic 3D rendering. Users can instantly transform their 2D patterns into realistic 3D prototypes.
2 For this exercise you can use an existing VStitcher garment file or import a .DXF file from your library as all the steps will apply in the same way. We will go through a workflow ideal for creating new designs from start to finish.

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