Flipped Normals posts an introduction to Marvelous Designer geared towards 3D artists.
Lots of 3D tools also incorporate soft-bodied dynamics, which is an excellent thing for simulations for a wide range of, including cloth and clothes. The thing is, they all may not be tuned in for that type of workflow. That is why applications like Marvelous Designer exist. MD lets you create 3D clothing and cloth sims with an easy to use setup. Now, the FLipped Normals team offer an introduction to MD in a video geared for artists.
“In this one-hour video tutorial, we teach you everything you need to know about using Marvelous Designer,” FlippedNormals mentions. “We cover the tools you need, and also how to model a t-shirt in Marvelous Designer.” A little while ago, the Flipped Normals team of Henning Sanden and Morten Jaeger had a look at how to create a t-shirt in MD – Check that out here.