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Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
Older versions of Marvelous Designer had a neat feature where you could change the shape of the Avatar (a 3D model of a human or other character). However, this made MD software very similar to the CLO3D one they sell to the fashion industry and which costs a ton more, so unfortunately, the company took out this feature.
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