CloneCloth Tutorial

In this section, you will see some examples on how to create customized outfits.

You may generate limitless character CloneCloth fashions guided by your imagination.

iClone garment2 CloneCloth Tutorial

iClone garment1 CloneCloth Tutorial



iClone army CloneCloth Tutorial

  1. Photograph your shirt and pants first.

  2. In the image editing software, paste your shirt and pants onto the diffuse image texture of your character. Update the texture in iClone.

    iClone armyupper CloneCloth Tutorial

    Upper body

    iClone armylower CloneCloth Tutorial

    Lower body

  3. Now, edit the opacity to cut off the part in black just like you are cutting a real cloth.

  4. iClone armyupperopacity CloneCloth Tutorial

    iClone armyloweropacity CloneCloth Tutorial

  5. Save the result of each image and simply click the Update button and you will see the result of the outfit.

  6. Click the Launch button of the Bump map setting, and draw wrinkles or the brand’s tags on the outfit.

  7. iClone armyupperbump CloneCloth Tutorial

    iClone armyupperbumpresult CloneCloth Tutorial

  8. Use the glow map as seen in the following image, the brand on your cloth glows and attracts your audience’s attention more!

  9. iClone armyupperglow CloneCloth Tutorial

    iClone armyupperglowresult CloneCloth Tutorial

  10. Optionally, if you want to create a plastic wrapping or latex effect, you may use the Reflect map as well.

  11. iClone armyreflectionresult CloneCloth Tutorial


  • The Minimum Bleed Area in the UV reference image indicates you to fully overlap your cloth texture paint or image. This can prevent image-distortion at the side seam of the outfit.

  • The edges of the same color contour lines will later be stitched together.

iClone seamplan CloneCloth Tutorial

 Edges with color contour lines

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Stitched result


It is highly recommended for you to refer to the Modifying Maps section for more details.


CloneCloth Tutorial