He is probably asking for feedback.
I mean just don’t make it as bulky, there’s not much to 3D folds every since it’s became a trend. Clothes don’t wrinkle that much so you can take that in mind when adding imperfections to the clothing.
If you really want to go for full clothing accuracy, I strongly suggest keeping the material and feel of the fabrics in mind. Depending on how thick, loose, or tight material is determines how much folding it will do. Generally, very loose material has a lot of folds, whereas tighter material will have a lot fewer. Overall, looking at references helps a lot, as well as tutorials for traditionally or digitally drawing folds. Especially for those high-visibility jackets those guards are wearing- they’re very plastic-like in texture, and usually don’t fold nearly as fluidly or rounded as normal fabric.
Oh Tysm! That will help me improve my 3D cloth in the future.