Marvelous Designer Hats – 3D Fashion Design Course

Marvelous Designer Hats – 3D Fashion Design Course

Learn how to create various types of hats with Marvelous Designer from start to finish.

Learn how to work with rigid fabrics. 10 tutorials are included that are fully narrated and recorded in real time so you can easily follow along.

Create the following hats:

  • 6 Panel Baseball Cap
  • Military Beret
  • Sailors Hat
  • 1920’s Cloche Hat
  • Bobble Hat
  • Boater Hat
  • Bucket Hat
  • Bandana With A Knot
  • Flat Cap
  • Crown

Total Playtime: 6 Hours 15 Minutes

Difficulty: Beginner/Intermediate

Includes additional content

  • Tileable fabric materials for each garment (diffuse and normal map).
  • Trims (badges, pom pom, bullets).
  • The final Marvelous Designer project file for each garment.

A final project file is included for every garment which allows you to use the garments immediately with your 3D characters.

You can use the project file with both CLO 3D and Marvelous Designer.

  • OBJ versions of the Male and Female Character.
  • OBJ Versions of all 10 garments.

Program Used

Marvelous Designer 10

I highly recommend using Marvelous Designer 10 to complete these tutorials so you don’t miss out on any features. You can still attempt this in earlier versions but I would recommend to at least use Marvelous Designer 9 as the earliest version.


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  • Solid and informative

    Really good series about a bit rarer subject. Learned a lot of useful tricks about working with stiff fabrics, which previously had been more or less of a mystery to me. It was especially nice that this was built in such way that it was possible to do the hats in any possible order and details like exporting the mesh were repeated at the end the videos. What did bother me a bit was that the author spoke really fast at times and it was hard to catch what he did. Also some of the more complex tricks (ie. the ribbon in the clochet) with the fabric were not really explained. They were easy to follow, but I really would have wanted to understand what was being done and why. But overall really good series with some very innovative and clever techniques.

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