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My Virtual 6012

Added Oct 7, 2008

by saariko

Tel Aviv, New Yo...






I really loved this skirt, so I had to fit it on my model first






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    Oct 15, 2008, 12.54 AMby saariko

    @sunnie: you can. Just look at yours :-)

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    Oct 11, 2008, 09.29 PMby sunnie

    Wow this is amazing! Can’t wait to see your skirt:)

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    Oct 7, 2008, 09.22 AMby jsolnushko

    That`s awesome!

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    Oct 7, 2008, 06.34 AMby saariko

    Hi Cornsey, thanks. The software I use is a professional CAD for the sewn and garment industry. IT’s called OptiTex. I work for OptiTex, so it easy :-) We are in the garment industry, and having our clothes simulated to our “virtual us” is awsome. it saves time and fabric, diminishes errors, etc. You can create your body by entering your body measurments, and you can drape/simulate any pattern you have. I guess that the only issue is to learn to use the CAD software.

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    Oct 7, 2008, 01.38 AMby cornsey

    Hey Saariko, that’s looks great. I would love to know how you created your virtual model. Did you programme her all yourself or is there a site or programme I could access? I’m always keen to discover how a garment will look on me before I sew it!

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    Oct 7, 2008, 12.18 AMby saariko

    I also used http://www.burdastyle.com/creations/show/5405 by Sunnie for the color combination.

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