About CAD Fashion Designing Course
Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of a wide range of computer-based tools that assist design professionals with design. Some programs provide 3D modeling of garment designs, while others aid in drafting patterns, fabric design and embroidery or embellishment design.
Traditionally, fashion designers have presented their ideas through drawings, two dimensional representations being the first step to help visualize the finished garment. This approach has its limitations. It is largely dependent on the artistic ability of the designer to put his ideas on paper, and a flat drawing cannot adequately demonstrate the texture and hang of a garment, so the illustration can be quite different from the finished garment.
Apparel companies and designers have used computers since the early 1980s. Pattern Design Systems (PDS) have become invaluable tools that provide a full library of basic pieces that a designer can call up, tweak, add details to and save as a new piece, unique to his library. They may use a mouse or stylus and drawing pad to create the details that make a garment their own.
One interesting thing to note is that for years, the automotive and upholstery industries have been using software designed to take a 3-D representation of something like a car seat or a couch and break it down automatically to flat pattern pieces. With this protocol, designers could reverse-engineer their own garments by creating a 3-D drawing, then extracting preformed pattern pieces into a flat format for patterning, as if they could sew the garment first and then take it apart to see how it was constructed. The advantage to this kind of system would be superior fit. Designers would be able to call scanned body types and try different patterns to determine which would work best on the runway and be adaptable to have the widest appeal for the fashion consumer.
PHOTOSHOP, CORAL DRAW, ILLUSTRATOR
- Basic Knowledge and Instruction To Follow
- Applications and Fundamentals
- Use of Colors
- Shapes and Objects
- Use of Different Types of Tools
- Type & How To Use Different Fonts For Designing
- Gradients And Mesh
- Patterns And Textures
- Cookie and Garment Designing
- Textile Designing
- Blending And Overlay Fundamentals
- Using Filters And Default Pallets Of Colors
- Effects And Modification
- Portfolio And Presentation
- Theory Classes By Fashion Faculties and CAD Faculty.
- All Task Perform with Theory and Practical.
- How to work?
- Is there any Place at online?
- Social Media For Fashion Designers.
- Your First Social Media Impression.
- Your online Portfolio.
- E books
- How to Use Marketplace