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Intermediate Course of CLO 3D Pattern Software

Title Intermediate Course of CLO 3D Pattern Software
Course code ATP495.2-05-2022-C
Objective This course teaches students to further understand various functions of the software, students will learn how to create a basic pattern and change the pattern in the software. Upon completion of the course, students will have acquired the essential skills of fashion design and pattern making by using the software, aiming to help fashion designers to improve the accuracy of pattern making and improve the efficiency of clothing production.
Content
  • Theory of the relationship between clothing and human body
  • Avatar measurement, edit avatar size, posture and proportion
  • Pattern design
  • Construction of patterns from basic block
  • Edit fabric, color assignment, sewing thread and accessories
  • Seam allowance, grading, print layout, export pattern file
  • Rendering and set render properties
  • Create specification sheet
Assessment In-class performance and exercises
Target audience Fashion designer, pattern maker, design assistant and Interested parties of pattern making.
Prerequisite People who have completed the course ATP495.1 Fundamental of CLO 3D Pattern Software or have knowledge of CLO 3D Pattern Software
Class size 16 Full
Instructor Mr. Peter Sou, CPTTM Appointed Instructor
Instruction language Cantonese
Handout language Handouts in Chinese (traditional)
Duration 25 hours in 10 sessions
Schedule 19:00-21:30, from May 24, 2022 to Jun 23, 2022 every Tuesday, Thursday.
Fee MOP1,880
Venue House of Apparel Technology (Rua dos Pescadores, Ed. Industrial Ocean, Fase II, 10 andar Macau)
Certificate Certificate of Completion/Merit issued by CPTTM (with at least 80% attendance and passed the assessment).
PDAC code Approved Course under the SAR Government "Continuing Education Development Program", Code: 2110190451-0
Remark
  • Students who join this course will automatically grant CPTTM the right to use their assignments and final projects for course promotion purposes.
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