The art of drawing fashion croquis has been taught on this blog and we’ve come to the end of the first phase of ‘A Guide to Fashion Designing’ — The Fashion Croquis. To mark this end, I’ve decided to put up a summary, and links to the previous Fashion Designing posts. I’m also going […]
I understand the need to run away from the face aspect in fashion illustration. Trust me, I ran for years. It all catches up to you when you need to perfect your art. You just need to stop running and face it. In this post, I will take you through a step-by-step beginner-friendly process on […]
This aspect of fashion designing I’m going to take you through, is the more artistic side of perfecting your model or template — the face.
• What I do is, I first draw the outline of the face, just like an acorn, using a circle and a somewhat ‘V’. I
I’ve taken you through an easy way to draw a template using the triangle and oval technique, I’ve taught on frills, and drawing male templates, even on motivation before you start. Today’s post is on the more technical way — as I like to call it — of drawing female model templates. It’s quite easy. Make sure you check the male model templates tutorial where I first used this technique. The female version is alike, with a few differences.
I should have done this as my first Fashion Designing post, but it’s better late than never. When people say they can’t draw, I ask them, howbeit in my mind sometimes, “have you tried, and tried, and tried, and sought for other ways and you didn’t find?”
I believe that if you have a dream, and you’re sure that is what you want to do, you work till you get there. I’m bringing inspiration on other ways to illustrate your designs, without so much hassle about drawing.
Hello from this side of fashion. How are my aspiring designers and their fashion adventures?
I’m showing you a technical way I learnt, but if you’re badass, you can ditch the technicalities and just draw freely.
In fashion designing, one may come to find out that drawing a template or a model might be the easiest thing. The next stage is getting your design on paper in a way that has some level of realism, and can be easily identified as what it is.
Today, I’m going to be talking about drawing frills
So, this is like a follow-up post to my previous post on fashion designing. I got a comment from a reader asking ” How did you realise you wanted to have a career in fashion illustration? How did you start?” when my answer started becoming longer than intended, i decided to make this a post.