Using CLO 6.0
17 Class Projects

It takes about 30-80 minutes to complete one class project.

  • padded vest

  • overfit coat

  • leather jacket

  • puff sleeve dress

  • shirt blouse

  • hooded sweatshirt

  • leggings pants

  • wide pants

  • Turk pants

  • bootcut trousers

  • flared pleated skirt

  • H-line pleated skirt

  • flared skirt

  • H-line skirt

  • Chest 37 top, round sleeves

  • Waist 29, hip 37 pants round

  • Waist 28, hip 36 skirt round

Skills You’ll Learn

CLO 6.0 features and concepts

I will explain the functions and concepts of CLO 6.0 with a focus on frequently used functions.

How to draw a basic circular pattern

Learn how to draw a circular pattern in CLO 6.0.

Transform the pattern according to the design

The circular pattern is transformed to express a variety of designs.

Expressing silhouettes with virtual sewing

Learn how to virtually sew a 2D pattern into a 3D garment.

Expressing materials

I will try to express materials using physical properties and textures.

Create realistic rendered images

Learn how to make your work look realistic by adjusting rendering options.


I'm Anago, a 3D fashion designer.

I first encountered CLO in 2010. It used to be amazing to try making clothes on a computer, but now 3D fashion has become an essential element.

I work for a fashion company making patterns (clothing patterns). The experiences I saw, heard, and felt while designing numerous clothes Good synergy for me when I met CLOIt became. It's really amazing to go beyond using a tool called CLO and create something using a tool. All of you are amazing with me Experience as a 3D fashion designerHow about trying it out?

Become a 3D fashion designer.

I don't spend a lot of time learning the features of CLO. Spend a lot of time improving understanding of patternsI'll do it. So that you can become a designer who can create on your own “How to catch meat”I'm going to let you know. For effective learning, we will draw various patterns using frequently used functions in CLO. The goal of the class is to develop basic skills so that free 3D fashion design is possible through learning to transform circular patterns according to the design.

CLO 6.0 makes all clothes in one

In CLO 6.0, clothes can be made using the same process as physical production. Actually, making clothes requires a lot of space, a lot of time, and a lot of resources. This is because of the process of formulating patterns, cutting fabrics, and sewing. though In CLO 6.0, cutting is done at the same time as the pattern system, and virtual sewing can be implemented quickly with a few clicksYou can do it. If you go through rendering, you can create enough realistic images.

Let's learn pattern design for women's clothing?

The classes are organized based on dimensions actually used by the fashion industry. From basics to application of the experience gained while working as a pattern designer for a domestic fashion brand It will be revealed step by step. You can learn how to organize various fashion items using CLO 6.0. Using the pattern system method introduced in the class Easily apply your own designs and patterns to practice You can make it.

I'll start by “drawing” the basic pattern.

The beginning shouldn't be difficult. Therefore, I prepared 3 types of circular patterns in advance. At first, I'll draw a pattern prototype with a click. Why did the pattern look like this while learning about frequently used functions Find out. then Draw a circular pattern directly through the drafting methodI'll try it. Learn how to handle lines while entering actual dimensions. I will try to make a variety of clothes by modifying the circular patterns I drew myself one by one. Where and how to transform according to design features You can learn.

I make it look like the real thing.

In addition to patterns based on actual dimensions, CLO 6.0 supports Substance sources (purchased separately) for realistic material expression. Use Substance Source, which you can download for free in class Implement photorealistic renderingYou can try it. In addition to this, CLO 6.0 can also express various auxiliary materials such as zippers and buttons. Produce higher-quality rendered images with realistic detailsYou can do it.

A design that checks results first.

The pattern needs to be varied depending on the fabric and design. Incorrect modification of the pattern during the physical production process will waste a lot of resources. though If you use CLO, you have the opportunity to modify it over and overThere is. In the class, we will change the pattern while checking the silhouette of the garment in real time according to the design. Depending on the material or design, we will supplement the parts that need correction and supplementation in real time to make it prettier and more stylish.

No one will tell you

What is really necessary for practical work

I would like to inform you about things that were essential for practical work, but were not easy to learn. Anago will generously pass on the know-how that they have built up over time, so please follow along! Let us help you become a 3D fashion designer.

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Hallo This is Anago.


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Hallo I'm Anago who draws patterns (clothing blueprints). The experience of making clothes in the fashion industry meets a good tool called CLO and is creating a new field called 3D fashion design.

I first learned about CLO in 2010 and tried an early version. It was an amazing program. Since then, I've been interested in it, and it's now. My knowledge and experience with patterns helped me a lot when using CLO. I was amazed how easy it was to express the clothes I wanted to express. It was really amazing considering the space and resources required to actually develop clothes. I hope I can share my experience with many people.:)




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