When detailing your garment with artwork, you’ll want to ensure that the prints you’re using best fit the garment. In this short video tutorial, we’ll walk you through the process of working with all-over prints in VStitcher, including how to integrate prints and color swatches from Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop directly into your workflow.
By having the ability to visualize your artwork in true-to-life 3D, designers can accurately scale all-over prints on their garments and seamlessly verify them on the dressed avatar. Additionally, each print can be modified in terms of sizing, rotation, positioning, color, and shape as well as layered in a variety of creative ways.
VStitcher supports both AI and PSD files, even when it comes to creating layers, that way any artwork can be edited externally and the relevant changes will automatically appear in VStitcher. To make things a little more straightforward, if you’d like to apply a newly created artwork across all your colorways, this can be done with the click of a button. If you’d like to learn more about the VStitcher Colorways Workspace, check out this useful video.