Illustrating Three-dimensional Apparel Designs Through Linking Computer Aided Design Programs
Salusso, Carol J.
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Currently, industry-standard fashion modeling and illustration is limited to two - dimensional software that produces relatively flat and unrealistic images. Advancing to three-dimensional fashion modeling illustration provides an opportunity to present a vivid, realistic rendering of textile color, pattern, and texture. It also provides the opportunity to explore body form variation, posture, and stance. Using three-dimensions the clothed body can be illustrated from many different angles and in varied lighting contexts. Three-dimensional illustrations can be viewed in depth rather than from the limiting perspective of flat, frontal views common in current illustrations.