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Fashion Illustration - Tips & Tricks
 
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Don't forget to check out my fashion sketching video as well (https://youtu.be/XtssTQ2-Gf8) I hope this gives you some help and tips for your own drawing! Where to find me: Twitter: @haypaigevp Instagram: @haypaige08 Facebook: www.facebook.com/HayPaige08 Etsy: www.etsy.com/au/shop/HayPaigeStore Patreon: www.patreon.com/haypaige
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Fashion Tutorial: Coloring a sequin dress with Copic Markers
 
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you can download the free template here: http://freakykriss.deviantart.com/art/sequin-dress-template-516602032 Materials used: Copic markers, micron ink pen find more drawings at https://instagram.com/kristy_sketches If you'd like me to draw you too, please email me at [email protected] and have paypal and clear photographs ready ;) THANKS FOR WATCHING!!! I'd be happy if you like and share my video :)
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Basic Copic Coloring Tutorial: Fashion Illustration Card
 
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Get the free download to color along here: http://bydawnnicole.com/2016/07/copic-marker-video-tutorial-free-printable.html
Views: 23754 Dawn Nicole
FASHION ILLUSTRATION TUTORIAL: Sketching and Coloring a Full Body Silhouette
 
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▷ MATERIALS I USED IN THIS TUTORIAL: PAPER: - CANSON MARKER PAD SKIN: - Brushmarker Dusky Pink - Promarker Tan - Promarker Almond - Brushmarker Pale Pink - Faber Castell Polychromos Burnt Umber - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 - Automatic Pencil 0.5 3B - Automatic Pencil 0.5 HB HAIR: - Promarker Cool Grey 5 - Promarker Black - Brushmarker Cool Grey 4 - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 - Black Colored Pencil (no name) - White Colored Pencil (no name) CLOTHING - Art-n-Fly Marker 45Y - Art-n-Fly Marker 36Y - Promarker Cornflower - Faber Castell Polychromos Light Ultramarine - Faber Castell Polychromos Ultramarine - Faber Castell Polychromos Light Yellow Ochre - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 Shoes: - Promarker Cool Grey 5 - Black Colored Pencil (no name) - Sakura Gelly Roll Music: JBlanked- Roy
Views: 226924 Natalia Madej
How to Paint Fashion Sketch - Ombre Sparkling Dress
 
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For more information and tutorials: http://modepeach.com/?cat=5 DO NOT REUPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION design: Elie Saab music: www.bensound.com Products: Watercolor paper white acrylic red marker St. Peterburg water color palette: - mix Zinc White with Carmine, Lilac and Madder Lake Red light together to get soft lilac toned pink color - mix Carmine with Madder Lake Red light together to get rich/deep toned red color - Cerulean blue and Zinc white for dots Pencils: - pink, carmine red, black color pencils and golden sparkling glue
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How to Color a Sketch | Fashion Sketching
 
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Watch more How to Draw Fashion Sketches videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501959-How-to-Color-a-Sketch-Fashion-Sketching Learn about coloring fashion sketches from fashion designer Garo Sparo in this Howcast video. Something that is very important as well in fashion design is coloring your fashion sketches. After you've inked in the whole situation, you can take color pencils, pastels, wash, watercolor, whatever you want. I'm going to do this one with some pastels, because they're really nice to shade. So you just start out on the outside, you pick your color blocking, which this dress has a lot of color blocking in it. With pastels less is more because they spread around the page really well. And this might or might not be the final color that I decide to do this dress in, but it's mainly used to create color blocking, so that you could see what the final design is going to be. I'm going to go heavy on the shoulders to show shadow, in here and here, and here I'm going to hit this with some more red. I want to go with a paler shade of red here. It's a very volcanic dress so far. And we're going to go with, you know, we're going to go with red sleeves since they're in line, should be nice, actually is more of a burgundy or a wine color, excellent. So now you take your handy dandy smudging device, and work the color in. And by creating those lines on the outside, you automatically create shading, because now you're just drawing the color into the panels or design lines of the dress. One thing to keep in mind with pastels is after you get done finished working with one color, if it's not in the same family, you have to use a different side of your smudge stick, otherwise you're going to turn your whole dress the same color, which you don't want. Then you'll have to redraw the whole thing, and that's a pain. So I have these oranges in here, I'm using just the side of my smudge stick. Make sure you blow on it every once in a while, because that pastel is just basically powder compressed into a stick. And I think I want to darken these a bit, because these are going to be a different color. It really, I just love pastels, it's because it's instant gratification, it's like, damn, it's colored. And if the pastel happens to go outside the line, it's no big deal, you can just take an eraser to it later. I'll go in and do the skin toning later, but that is one way using pastels to color in a fashion sketch.
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11 Tips & Techniques | Fashion Sketching
 
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Watch more How to Draw Fashion Sketches videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501932-11-Tips-and-Techniques-Fashion-Sketching Learn eleven fashion sketching tips and techniques from fashion designer Garo Sparo in this Howcast video. All right, here are some tricks of the trade, shortcuts, call them whatever you want but they're really going to help you out in fashion design. First thing is always have a good croquis that you've developed, okay? That's what's going to make everything easier when you're sketching your clothes. I'm just going to sketch and talk through this but, one thing is, you never want to start with pen, unless you're really confident. You always want a good mechanical pencil. You start your sketch in pencil; you know you can just always go in and erase the pencil. I'm going to do like a gown with a train here. I have my little croquis underneath so that's helping me out, making it go real fast. And another thing that you want to always have on hand, because even if after you've inked in your sketch, is whiteout. Whiteout is a great thing. It will never show up on a scan when you finally scan the finished product into your computer, because you can then print it out and have a gorgeous, clean version; that's another trick. So do your sketch, you scan it in, you lose all the whiteout and whatever else you've done to it; even if you've done patchwork or what have you, you'll never know. Photoshop is a good trick for coloring things in, though I don't use it, I'm kind of old-fashioned that way. You know you really don't have to draw hair. Hair is not that important. You don't have to draw hands if you don't want to; it's not about the hands. You want a good eraser because you are going to mess up, I promise. A definite don't is do not ink until you're ready because you don't want to have to redraw something. Especially if you have a client sitting right beside you; they're not going to want to sit there and watch you draw it all over again. Another great thing is to have a sketching kit that you can pretty much take with you wherever you go because you never know when you're going to get inspired to do what you're going to do. You want to have it on-hand so that you get that idea right out of your head before it's gone. It's happened to me a million times and I learned my lesson. Once I'm happy with the sketch, I will usually go in and give it some ink. And even at this point, you still can ink in the sketch and not worry about the pencil; that's what erasers are for, it's no big deal. So here we go. And try to keep your lines smooth and beautiful. And don't be fazed if they break because that just adds some dimension and what not, "character" we'll call it. She's in a long cap sleeve gown. I'm really into like elongating the body with seam lines; that's one of my things. And even if you don't go straight over your pencil lines, just kind of go with the flow; let your body feel it as you go. Don't over think it; that's a big no-no. Give it some bead work. And like you know, even if you're drawing lace, if you're drawing a plaid, what have you, as long as you have a piece of the fabric on the same page, it really could just be a little squiggle on the sketch; it's not really meant to be that literal. Don't get too hung up on those details. Because it's all about giving the notion of what the finished product is going to be and showing who you're making it for, or who you're trying to get your point across to, right there and then. Those are some of the tricks of the trade, shortcuts, et cetera.
Views: 44280 Howcast
Slow version - Fashion Sketch Painting for beginners
 
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For more information and tutorials: http://modepeach.com/?cat=5 DO NOT REUPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION Songs: www.bensound.com Mediums: Reeves watercolor, Reeves gouache, color pencils, gel pen.
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My art materials to draw fashion sketches | Justine Leconte
 
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This video shows you the art supplies that I use to draw fashion sketches: SKETCHING: HB and 2B grey pencils (I forgot to mention the erasers: a regular one, one that has a thin tip and a kneaded eraser which doesn’t leave residues on the sheet of paper) Graphite for quick sketching Charcoal pencil for the shadowing and to get really black backgrounds Ink pens (PIGMA 005, 05 and 1 // FABER-CASTELL Small, Medium & Bold) Fixative (either from the art supplies store or a simple hairspray) COLORING: Markers: Chartpak AD / Copic / Prismacolor (several colors + darker shades of those colors, warm and cold greys, several black tones, several skin tones and a blender) Color pencils: a regular box of colors will do the job (but you need white, black, grey and a skin tone) PAPER: Sketchbook in a format that fits your pre-made croquis, slightly see-through Marker paper (bleedproof) in a larger format. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/27njUYp Don’t forget to give this video your thumbs up if you learnt something… and subscribe to this channel because: - it is free! - you don’t miss any future video! See you soon: new video at least every SUNDAY! Take care, Justine ************************** VIDEOS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO How to draw the fashion figure (side view): https://youtu.be/vc1obyRD3Wc 90s fashion trends that are coming back: https://youtu.be/i2I1zCMq3zE ************************** SOCIAL My website (current collection): www.justineleconte.com/shop The blog: www.justineleconte.com/blog Facebook: Justine Leconte http://on.fb.me/1Llrclr Instagram: JustineLeconte_officiel http://bit.ly/1JJWxtU Twitter: JustineLeconteO http://bit.ly/1JJWzC2 Business requests: [email protected] ************************** MORE VIDEOS! How to determine your skin tone and find which colors match your skin tone: https://youtu.be/lbwgkaa3SFY Spring – Summer 2016 fashion trends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbaVI2Ve3dk
How to Add Color, Texture & Shadows | Fashion Sketching
 
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Watch more How to Draw Fashion Sketches videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501940-How-to-Add-Color-Texture-and-Shadows-Fashion-Sketching Learn how to add color, texture, and shadows to a fashion sketch from fashion designer Garo Sparo in this Howcast video. This is how you indicate color, texture and pattern. I prefer to use colored pencils, they're great because you can get all sorts of harder lines and what not, and then you can smudge it all over the place to give yourself more depth and shadow. So I’m going to go with these three colors, different shades of blue for this dress, and just start of really, really light. I’m going to connect my colors across giving a beautiful butterfly inspired design. And I’m going to go in with another color. And this particular dress is going to be made out of a very smooth mesh, so the texture itself that I’m trying to accomplish here is something that is just smooth, and just not too textured. So that’s a challenge in itself but it seems like it’s working out for me. After you’ve done all of your light shading, I think I’m going to leave some panels of white in there, which will look cool. Now you go back in and you do harder lines wherever you think there should be a shadow. And usually if you’re doing a dead on sketch, somebody that is facing dead on to you, all the shadows are going to be on the sides of their body, et cetera, et cetera. You can create a source of light if you want, but pretty much it’s like looking in the mirror, and take a look at yourself and where the shadows fall on your body. Don’t worry about these hard lines that you’re making because you go in later with your smudge stick, which is a wonderful thing, everyone should have a smudge stick, and blend all of this together. And you want to kind of like, anything that's falling to the back of your design, you want to give it a little bit more color, because that’s just saying it’s in the back and it’s shadowing it more. So I think I’m going to keep that white in there. So now I’m going to go in with my smudge stick handy dandy, and now you want to blend. You don’t want to mix your colors, so if you get too much of a blue in one corner of your smudge stick, you can chop it off, you can do all kinds of things. But I’m just going to rotate it and do it with a purple with that, which I got to do a little bit more purple shading here. I’m losing my shading. And now as the final step, just to indicate that this is mesh, I’m going to go over certain sections of the garment and just kind of create a meshy pattern. You don’t have to cover the entire thing, it’s just to get a notion of what is the fabric choice. I’m doing it on the white sections because it will show up the best. And that’s how you indicate color, shadow and texture.
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Fashion Illustration Painting for Beginners (Easy version) - Ombre Dress
 
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For more information and tutorials: http://modepeach.com/?cat=5 DO NOT REUPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION Products: Watercolor paper (optional) - St. Peterburg watercolor palette: black, olive green shades Markers ( Any brand is fine): Light lime green, olive green, dark green Green and golden sparkles Design: Elie Madi Music: www.icompetech.com www.bensound.com
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SILK VELVET RENDERING Valentino F'16 | Fashion Drawing
 
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Watch in full-screen mode. In this step-by-step fashion drawing tutorial, I am explaining how to render silk velvet texture. As an example, we are going to draw and colour Valentino velvet dress from the Fall'16 Couture collection. If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher’s free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher
Views: 37706 FSketcher
GOLD FABRIC: SMOOTH TEXTURES. Marchesa | Fashion Drawing
 
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TOOLS: W&N Warm Grey 5 Promarker http://amzn.to/2hX8cz7 W&N Warm Grey 3 http://amzn.to/2lW12Mv W&N Saffron Promarker http://amzn.to/2mVVsP9 W&N Apricot Promarker http://amzn.to/2mVXtuR W&N Orchid Promarker http://amzn.to/2mVUOkM W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P Staedtler black triplus fineliner http://amzn.to/2mVTDBD Sakura white ink gel pen http://amzn.to/2gM1aQW Correction Pen http://amzn.to/2inzYUU
Views: 72027 FSketcher
YELLOW SILK/SATIN. Jean Paul Gaultier Couture F'17 | Fashion Sketching
 
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In this fashion drawing tutorial, we will learn how to render draped silk/satin of a bright yellow color. You will also learn how to show knitwear made with plain stitches. WATCH IN FULL-SCREEN MODE 🖥 TOOLS USED: W&N Warm Grey 3 Promarker http://amzn.to/2lW12Mv W&N Lemon Promarker http://amzn.to/2C4gzDB W&N Sandstone Promarker http://amzn.to/2zryJwf W&N Soft Lime Promarker http://amzn.to/2DKFRqG Sakura Pigma Micron fineliner 0.1 http://amzn.to/2hyWCe5 W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P Staedtler Triplus Fineliners: Dark Grey and Light Grey http://amzn.to/2zsHhTx If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher’s free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher Twitter: @aliyauten fashion sketching
Views: 8429 FSketcher
FASHION ILLUSTRATION TUTORIAL: Coloring a Girl with Promarkers
 
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▷ MATERIALS I USED IN THIS TUTORIAL: SKIN: - Promarker Dusky Pink - Brushmarker Dusky Pink - Promarker Tan - Brushmarker Pale Pink - Faber Castell Polychromos Burnt Umber - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 - Automatic Pencil 0.5 3B - Automatic Pencil 0.5 HB HAIR: - Promarker Cool Grey 5 - Promarker Black - Brushmarker Cool Grey 4 - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 CLOTHING - Promarker Soft Peach - Promarker Mango - Promarker Cornflower - Promarker Cool Grey 5 - Promarker Black - Brushmarker Cool Grey 4 - Faber Castell Polychromos Light Ultramarine - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05
Views: 282145 Natalia Madej
HOW TO DRAW A WEDDING DRESS #10 | Fashion Drawing
 
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In this free step-by-step tutorial, I am explaining how to draw and color a V-neck wedding dress with a full ballgown skirt. This is the tenth part of " How to draw a wedding dress" series. There are 9 more videos with 9 different wedding gown designs. WATCH IN FULL-SCREEN MODE 🖥 TOOLS: W&N Lavender Promarker http://amzn.to/2psVL4z W&N Lilac Promarker http://amzn.to/2pbiAsT W&N Cool Grey 1 Promarker http://amzn.to/2hZZwZk W&N Ice Grey 1Promarker http://amzn.to/2hIkSgu W&N Ice Grey 3 Promarker http://amzn.to/2hQDKWL Correction Pen http://amzn.to/2inzYUU Mechanical pencil 0.5 http://amzn.to/2hjII2w Sakura Pigma Micron fineliner 0.1 and 0.5 http://amzn.to/2hyWCe5 W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher’s free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher Twitter: @aliyauten
Views: 179429 FSketcher
Fashion Illustration - Faber-Castell (Narrated)
 
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STYLEHAUL http://www.youtube.com/user/stylehaul?feature=watch http://stylehaul.com/ Faber-Castell Classic Colour Pencils 48 Pack http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Office-Supplies/Stationery/Pencils/Coloured-Pencils/FA16115858?catargetid=1402860417 TUMBLR: http://lovetheart-fashion.tumblr.com BLOG: http://lovetheart-fashion.blogspot.com DEVIANTART: http://zyrabanez.deviantart.com INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/zyrarrr TWITTER: https://twitter.com/zyrabanez FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/zyra.banez FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions] 1. What materials do you use for your drawings? I use Copic Ciao markers and Touch Twin Markers, Quill Multiboard white paper, 2B and HB Pentel and Faber-Castell 0.5 mechanical pencils and Faber-Castell PVC-Free Space Eraser (Cool name) and I use Uni-ball Signo white fineliner 2. Did you go to any art school or academy? No. I am taking Studio Arts in senior high school right now. It's not from that class that I learned what I know. I am learning new things from the class, but so far, not to do with fashion illustration or manga drawings. I go to a regular high school, so it doesn't specialize in art. 3. How do you draw the models? Do you use any templates? I started out by tracing models from magazines which is harder than it sounds, but once you get the hang of it, its pretty easy. Then of course, I searched all types of videos on YouTube and some sites as well on Google, which unfortunately, I don't remember. 4. How old are you? I am now 17 years old 5. How long have you been drawing? I'm pretty sure I started drawing at 6. That's probably my oldest memory of me drawing. I got into manga drawings when I was 11 years old, I started teaching myself how to draw manga when I was 13 years old. I started developing an interest in fashion design also when I was 11, but I pursued that interest or taken it further at the age of 14. So, I would say I started drawing fashion illustration at the age of 14. 6. Where do you get your inspiration? I get my inspiration from music, photos on Instagram, fashion trends, things that I love. There are times where I am just in an Artist's Block and I feel really brain dead where I can't draw. Or I force myself to draw and it never turns out to be something I like. I am currently in an Artist's Block which has been going on since late October 2011, and I am finding ways to get out of it. I'll keep you posted on how I break through it :] 7. Do you have any links or books you can recommend? Definitely! Fashion Illustration by Anna Kiper and Fashion Poses for Fashion Illustrators by Sha Tahmasebi are two books that I own at the moment. I'm hoping to get more. These two books are very helpful if you're a beginner or even if you want to be a bit more advanced. http://www.monkeysee.com/play/5156-how-to-draw-clothes-on-a-fashion-figure this is a very basic tutorial but seriously, this tutorial helped me when I was just starting. Hopefully it helps you too. http://www.fsketcher.com/index.php/tutorials/clothing/coloring.html This was a newly found website that I heard about from 555000rocky http://youtube.com/555000rocky Hope this helped :] MUSIC: Key of C by Zyra Baez Provided by Garage Band NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED
Views: 140552 Zyra Bañez
Fashion illustration With Watercolor In The Processes
 
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This is a short video of me creating a fashion illustration with watercolor. Design by Tasha Di. Fashion illustrations in the processes. Materials used - pencil, pen, watercolor. Music http://www.hooksounds.com
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Fashion Sketching - Orange Ball Dress - Water Colour Pencils
 
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Tried my first fashion attempt. Of course a few improvements needed. But, a good attempt....I feel! Done using Staedlar's Watercolor Pencils.
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FASHION DRAWING 101: HOW TO DRAW FEMALE FACE + SKINTONES!
 
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Are you looking for a comprehensive fashion drawing tutorial on how to draw female models' faces and color different skin tones? Then you'll love this video where I give step by step easy to follow instructions with a focus on facial features such as lips, eyes, eyebrows, nose, etc. It is a must-watch video for absolute beginners in fashion illustration. It also has some useful tips for those who's been drawing fashion sketches for a while. OUTLINE: 0:28 - 14:43 - Introduction to the base framework. Drawing a white model. 14:43 - 19:29 - Coloring light skin with more of a red pigment. 19:30 - 23:22 - Drawing an asian model. 23:23 - 26:32 - Coloring light skin with more of a yellow pigment. 26:33 - 29:45 - Drawing a black model. 29:45 - 32:04 - Coloring dark skin. 32:05 - 34:40 - Drawing a fashion illustration face based on photo reference. TOOLS NEEDED: Sakura Pigma Micron fineliner 01 http://amzn.to/2hyWCe5 Mechanical pencil 0.5 http://amzn.to/2hjII2w W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P W&N Putty Promarker http://amzn.to/2nDH11O W&N Almond Promarker http://amzn.to/2fBIUKP W&N Ivory Promarker http://amzn.to/2i9F7AT W&N Caramel Promarker http://amzn.to/2hwsceJ Sakura white ink gel pen http://amzn.to/2gM1aQW Staedtler red triplus fineliner http://amzn.to/2mVTDBD If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher's free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher Twitter: @aliyauten
Views: 80045 FSketcher
TOOLS FOR FASHION DRAWING
 
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Watch in full-screen mode. In this video, I am showing you the tools that I use in FSketcher fashion drawing tutorials. I also am listing the basic marker colors that you can purchase as your very first fashion drawing set. If you use markers of a different brand, check out this Promarker color chart to match the colors. http://www.winsornewton.com/row/shop/graphic-markers/promarker If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher’s free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher
Views: 29623 FSketcher
Beautiful dresses drawing | How to draw Women's Floral Dress | Fashion illustration art
 
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Views: 65900 CAM STYLES
Fashion Sketch - Gown Speed Painting - Watercolor and Pencils ( beginners level )
 
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DO NOT RE-UPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION Design by Georges Hobeika Music: www.bensound.com Any type of watercolor brand is fine Paper: watercolor paper Colors: Watercolor: mix of white, black and dark blue for the grey shade; mix of bright red, dark pink and white for the pink light shade. Color pencils: black, dark blue, dark raspberry color, peach, light pink and white. Acrylic: white
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WEDDING DRESS Fashion Drawing Tutorial
 
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In this fashion drawing tutorial I explain how to draw wedding dress with lace and crystals/pearls. Here you will find information on equipment that I use in tutorials: http://www.fsketcher.com/#!equipment/c1f5q Facebook page: www.facebook.com/fsketcher
Views: 317582 FSketcher
How to color with Copic markers: Couture dress with embroidered corset on tulle
 
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I used mainly Copic markers. Some pencil action with prismacolor pencils, white jelly pen and a tombow calligraphy pen for the embroidery in grey and black. Sorry for the quality this time, but my laptop wasn't in the mood to upload the video, so I had to use two apps on my phone to get it working here 😑 mehhh..
Views: 1794 kristysketches
DENIM GIRL Speed Drawing
 
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Heyyy guys! It's finally the time to throw on some spring clothes and enjoy the weather in a bomb outfit! That's why today I'm coming to you with a drawing of "Denim Girl" who depicts one of the most IN fashion trends right now- including cat eye sunglasses, denim skirt and bandeau top. Anyways, hope you like both the video and the drawing! 💙 Love, Natalia ✏️ART SUPPLIES USED IN THIS VIDEO: ▷ Canson Marker Pad XL ▷ Prismacolor Col-Erase pencils ▷ Mechanical pencil ▷ Pentel eraser ▷ Copic Multiliners, Microns ▷ Copic Markers, Promarkers, Brushmarkers ▷ Faber-Castell Polychromos Colored pencils 📱 MY OFFICIAL SOCIAL MEDIA ▷ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nataliamadej/ ▷ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nataliamillu... ▷ TUMBLR: http://nataliamillustrations.tumblr.com/ 🛍️ BUY MY GOODIES HERE: ▷ PHONE CASES: https://pl.flamecase.com/nataliamadej ▷ STICKERS, NOTEBOOKS, TSHIRTS & MORE https://www.redbubble.com/people/nata... 📧 For all the business inquiries contact me at: [email protected] Music credit: Rosendale- Landslide (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IlH1vrBIso)
Views: 170251 Natalia Madej
Fashion Illustration - Style Exploration | Markers
 
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STYLEHAUL http://www.youtube.com/user... http://stylehaul.com/ SOCIETY6 SHOP: http://society6.com/zyrabanez BLOG: http://lovetheart-fashion.blogspot.com FACEBOOK: http://tinyurl.com/facebook-zyrabanez INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/zyrarrr TUMBLR: http://lovetheart-fashion.tumblr.com DEVIANTART: http://zyrabanez.deviantart.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/zyrabanez CREATE YOUR OWN TEMPLATE: http://lovetheart-fashion.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/fashion-template.html *Print and Cut out the template* Materials used in this video: - Pentel Techniclick 0.5mm mehcnical pencil - Pentel AIN 0.5mm 2B pencil lead - Copic Ciao Markers - Copic black Multiliner 0.1mm and 0.3mm - Quill Multiboard 200gsm white paper For commissions, contact me at [email protected] Q&A videos About me - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCmcNGeKlH0 School - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtkRoRhgaJ4 FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions] 1. What materials do you mainly use for your drawings? In general, I use Copic Ciao markers and Touch Twin Markers, Quill Multiboard A4 white paper, 2B and HB Pentel and Faber-Castell 0.5 mechanical pencil and Faber-Castell PVC-Free Space Eraser (Cool name) and I use Uni-ball Signo white fineliner 2. Did you go to any art school or academy? No. I took Studio Arts in senior high school. It's not from that class that I learned evreything I know. I did learn new things from the class, but not to do with fashion illustration or manga drawings. I went to a regular high school, so it doesn't specialize in art. 3. How do you draw the models? Do you use any templates? I started out by tracing models from magazines which is harder than it sounds, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy. Then of course, I searched all types of videos on YouTube and some sites as well on Google, which unfortunately, I don't remember. How I learned to draw my models is using the 9-Head technique. 4. How old are you? I am now 19 years old 5. How long have you been drawing? I'm pretty sure I started drawing at 6. That's probably my oldest memory of me drawing. I got into manga drawings when I was 11 years old, I started teaching myself how to draw manga when I was 13 years old. I started developing an interest in fashion design also when I was 11, but I pursued that interest or taken it further at the age of 14. So, I would say I started drawing fashion illustration at the age of 14. 6. Where do you get your inspiration? I get my inspiration from music, photos on Instagram, Tumblr fashion trends, things that I love. There are times where I am just in an Artist's Block and I feel really brain dead where I can't draw. Or I force myself to draw and it never turns out to be something that I like. 7. Do you have any links or books you can recommend? Definitely! Fashion Illustration by Anna Kiper and Fashion Poses for Fashion Illustrators by Sha Tahmasebi are two books that I own at the moment. I'm hoping to get more. These two books are very helpful if you're a beginner or even if you want to be a bit more advanced. MUSIC: RetroFuture Clean by Kevin MacLeod NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED
Views: 52898 Zyra Bañez
Faces in Fashion Illustration #1
 
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[ Prints are on sale now!! Offer ends till 25/1/2019 Happy Holidays ] Shop at https://fernalynl.bigcartel.com/ . My prints are now live!!! SHOP: https://fernalynl.bigcartel.com/ FernalynL Thank you so much for the 400 likes!!! wtf. A quick illustration accompanied by music from one of my favourite artist. Music by: Tapes- Tried To Artist: https://soundcloud.com/t4pes no copyright infringement intended If you have any issues with the music track please dm me about it, I will have it removed. This video is not monetized Other videos: Chanel SS15 Illustration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AreXHNbWId4 Alexander Mcqueen Illustration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sgY7wb0yQk Instagram: fernalynl Business/Collaborations: [email protected]
Views: 57088 Fernxlyn l
FASHION ILLUSTRATION 101: HOW TO DRAW FEMALE FASHION FIGURE + SKIN RENDERING
 
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In this fashion drawing tutorial, you will learn how to draw female fashion figure and how to render different skin tones. Then you'll love this video where I give step by step easy to follow instructions with a focus on facial features such as lips, eyes, eyebrows, nose, etc. It is a must-watch tutorial for complete beginners in fashion illustration. It can also be helpful for experienced illustrators and fashion designers. TOOLS NEEDED: Sakura Pigma Micron fineliner 01 http://amzn.to/2hyWCe5 Mechanical pencil 0.5 http://amzn.to/2hjII2w W&N Marker Pad http://amzn.to/2gNHb2P W&N Putty Promarker http://amzn.to/2nDH11O W&N Caramel Promarker http://amzn.to/2hwsceJ Sakura white ink gel pen http://amzn.to/2gM1aQW Prismacolor Premier brown and purple pencils http://amzn.to/2ho0yA8 If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :) Check out other FSketcher's free easy-to-follow fashion drawing lessons on its channel. Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher Twitter: @aliyauten
Views: 34480 FSketcher
Fashion Design with Prêt-à-Template
 
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A short video demonstration of good practices related to the fashion design application Prêt-à-Template. (iPad PRO with Apple Pencil Demo).
Views: 31241 Prêt-à-Template
HOW TO DRAW FEMALE FACE: Sketching and Coloring
 
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▷ MATERIALS I USED IN THIS VIDEO: PAPER: - Canson Marker Pad XL Pencils: - Prismacolor Col-Erase Lavender - Automatic Pencil 0.5 3B - Automatic Pencil 0.5 HB Fine Liners: - Micron Fine Liner 0.05 - Uni Pin Fine Liner 0.05 Markers: PROMARKERS AND BRUSHMARKERS: Dusky Pink, Almond, Umber COPIC MARKERS: E44, RV93 Colored Pencil: - Faber-Castell Polychromos (Burnt Umber) ERASER: -Pentel ▷ INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/nataliamadej ▷ FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/nataliamillustrations ▷ TUMBLR: nataliamillustrations.tumblr.com ▷ SNAPCHAT: @nataliaaamadej Music credit: JBlanked
Views: 376402 Natalia Madej
Josie Natori spring 2015 fashion illustration - sketching and partial rendering/coloring
 
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My fashion illustration of an outfit from Josie Natori's Spring 2015 collection. This is not the full process, just the sketching and partial rendering/coloring... I did the final details and rendering off camera, as it was rather difficult with the camera between me and the sketchpad (and ipad).... Hope you like it! Please visit my blog for more of my fashion illustrations and sketch, as well as portraits... =) My blog: http://catsonica.blogspot.com/ Music: Purple Planet http://www.purple-planet.com
HOW TO DRAW DENIM TROUSERS | Fashion Drawing
 
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In this free fashion drawing tutorial I am explaining how to draw jeans/ denim trousers using markers. During this video I'll explain how to render denim texture that looks realistically. Subscribe to FSketcher channel and learn how to draw fashion sketches easily and absolutely for free. See other tutorials: www.youtube.com/fsketcher Website: www.fsketcher.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsketcher Instagram: www.instagram.com/fsketcher FSKETCHER. Style In Every Stroke
Views: 174682 FSketcher
Fashion Illustration - Marchesa spring summer 2017 | Nina Mid Illustrations
 
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INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/nina.mid.illustration/ FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/NinaMidillustrations/ Buy my art supplies:http://www.iralu.gr/ Materials used in this video: Watercolors by Van Gogh,watercolor pencils by Faber Castell,colored pencils by Faber Castell,copic marker,sparkling gold pen,gold watercolor by Finetec.
Views: 42285 Nina Mid Illustrations
Fashion Illustration : HOW TO DRAW FACE EASY /Comment dessiner UN visage (facile).
 
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HOW TO DRAW A FACE FOR FASHION Illustration IF YOU LIKE THE VIDEO SUBSCRIBE HERE : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClwfNh8QCVHX8BB7gXmle1w?sub_confirmation=1 طريقة رسم وجه المانيكان Illustration de mode: Comment dessiner le visage facile.
Views: 17761 Fashion Sketches
Fashion Sketching By Bina Abling
 
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Sketching and Color Rendering
Views: 333058 Alan Feinberg
Lesson no.1, P.3 - FACE, Asian Model, Fashion Drawing
 
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It is lesson number 1 of FSketcher Free Fashion Drawing tutorials. I am Aaliyah Yu:) In this video you will find step by step instruction of face drawing. If you are still unconfident of your works visit website fsketcher.com to find exercises that will help you a lot to deal with details. Feel free to post your works on the wall of FSketcher on Facebook and I promise to check them http://www.facebook.com/fsketcher Please subscribe to this FSketcher channel to know about all new videos. Good Luck!
Views: 298748 FSketcher
How to Paint - Fashion Illustration for beginners:  Sparkly/Glitter Gown
 
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For more information and tutorials: http://modepeach.com/?cat=5 PLEASE DO NOT RE-UPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION! Products I used: Black acrylic White acrylic red and gold metallic gouache red, purple, and silver glitter from Michaels watercolor brush Design: Zuhair Murad Music: by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under the Creative Commons 3.0: By Attribution license.
Views: 307373 zoljargal enkhbold
Learn Fashion Illustration from Yelen Ayé
 
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Discover how to sketch a figure and bring your designs to life with the help of SewStylish contributor and fashion illustrator Yelen Ayé. L -------------------------------------------------------------- Learn more on ThreadsMagazine.com: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/26195/video-learn-the-basics-of-fashion-illustration-from-yelen-aye -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Threads: http://www.threadsmagazine.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ThreadsMagazine Twitter: http://twitter.com/threadsmagazine Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/threadsmagazine Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/threadsmagazine Google+: https://plus.google.com/+threadsmagazine
Views: 1223850 Threads
How to draw a fashion sketch like a pro
 
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I will show you today 3 steps that will help you achieve different skills - when it comes to fashion sketches. First of all, there is the human anatomy for fashion - in my first drawing. You will start with the axes, as always.Do quickly the primary shapes and then the connection between the shapes. This is the first phase of the fashion sketch: the learning of the basic anatomy of the human body. In this stage, it is very important to know the anatomy, the human proportions and also it is very useful to use a soft line because later on you will have to add clothes too. Then, we will get to the second phase of the fashion sketch. With this exercise you will have to reduce your lines, to make them more expressive and to add costume details.Here, the line is very important and also the ability to be creative and to leave your imagination get wild.One of my tips here is to use a dark pencil to have more contrast and strength in line. As about the last step, we will skip all the previous phases, and we will use the imagination of the viewer to fill the blank spaces. On this phase, there is no need to show everything. You will get to this phase after doing a lot of human anatomy exercises, and also line studies. The lines change depending of the light source, as you will see in my next video. The last phase is also very refined, simplified and somehow very close to art. It can be as crazy as possible because this drawing is a way of self-expression. This drawing will reveal your inner you. Try this exercise. And if you want to share it with us, send me an email on [email protected] and i will reply. If you like my video, please share + subscribe. THANK YOU! IOANA
Views: 48975 Fashion teaching
How to Fine-Tune a Fashion Design | Fashion Sketching
 
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Watch more How to Draw Fashion Sketches videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501954-How-to-FineTune-a-Fashion-Design-Fashion-Sketching Learn about fine-tuning a fashion design from fashion designer Garo Sparo in this Howcast video. Now, we're going to fine-tune a fashion design. And, I often do this after my client has left me. Just because I have to quickly get on the page, get the point across. I'll fine tune it, scan it and send it to them. And, it makes them feel really happy. So, basically, you want to start with, like, doing the hair. Creating just, like, beautiful hair. So, a lot of it is, just like inking in and solidifying your lines. Going through and like making sure that your bead work is making sense to what the final result is going to be. That's the whole mission of this process. Is to really get the point across of like what the final result is going to be. You also do some coloring at this point. You add more texture. She's going to have a tulle veil. So, I'm going to add some vertical texture here. Holes, et cetera. Her gloves are not colored. So, I'm going to go in with my marker and just, kind of, just give it just a little bit of shadow. I'll go in with my blender marker, which is a great thing. And just kind of blend that color in. You also want to do things like, if it's a corset gown, she's going to have cleavage. You want to add in your cleavage. You definitely want to put in a face. It's not always necessary, but for this particular bridal sketch, you want to personalize it a little bit more. So, a good trick with drawing faces, and I might not get it right the first time, because, you know, that's the way it goes. That's why you do it in pencil first. You divide the face in half, and that's your eye line. You have one eye between the two eyes. That's how you get your spacing. So, I just can visualize it because I've been doing this for awhile. Oh, that eye's weird looking. But, you can always fix it later. That's why we're using pencil. And, you can see there's an eye between those two eyes. It looks kind of insane right now, but you'll see when I'm done. The nose can just be like simply, just like a little bit of an inkling of a nose. G**, what am I doing to her face? Whatever. I'll fix it later. And then we want to go in with just, like, a simple lip. Which I'm making big lips. She does not look like a happy bride yet. So, I've got to fix this. Here we go. I'm going to keep working on this. There we go. Less is more on these faces because you don't want her to look mean or unhappy. And I should definitely upturn her lips up a little bit so she's smiling. She's happy she's getting married. Then you want to go in with your ink and just solidify the shapes of the eyes. Her nose. Her smiling lips. Let it dry for a second before you erase the messy pencil face that I did underneath that. Oh, no. It did smudge. That's what we have whiteout for. Okay. We're going to give her some pupils. She definitely needs brows. And brows are just simple little... She's looking a little better. Hairline needs some work. Give her a dot of whiteout under that lip that I smudged. And, whatever. Nobody's perfect so just keep going. You can always just, like, hone your sketch over and over and over again. And then scan it and then send it to your happy bride. And she'll be really happy about it. She'll have a momento of that occasion. And that's basically how you fine-tune a fashion illustration.
Views: 4337 Howcast
Tutorial: How to colour skin with 3 copic markers (fashion illustration)
 
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This is a quick way of how to color the skin with 3 copic markers. Base color: E21 http://amzn.to/2t2NwO2 Middle color: E31 http://amzn.to/2uaUYFm Darkest color: E33 http://amzn.to/2synVc7 Blush color: R02 http://amzn.to/2uaWGGC White gel pen: Gelly Roll http://amzn.to/2uvJNX8 White pencil: Prismacolor http://amzn.to/2uvuayP Thanks for watching! Don't forget to like and share :) email: [email protected] instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kristy_sketches/ *I used some affiliate links. I add them so you can check which products I use, but of course you can get them from any other shop :)
Views: 190347 kristysketches
Tutorial: Watercolor Techniques for Fashion Design, Fashion Illustration, and Surface Pattern Design
 
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NEW FREE FASHION ILLUSTRATION TOOL-KIT, know all the tools + materials I use for my illustrations!! 😃 Click here: http://bit.ly/gettoolkit --- Tutorial: Watercolor Techniques for Fashion Design, Fashion Illustration, and Surface Pattern Design In this video, I share with you, my favorite Watercolor Techniques. I use them to create my Fashion Designs, Fashion Illustrations, and Surface-Textile Pattern Designs :D Hope you enjoy it :) Fashion Watercolors is now AVAILABLE for fashion illustration! YAY!! Find more here: http://bit.ly/watercolorsFashion For more tutorials like this tell me in a comment what do you want to illustrate? ;)
Views: 100683 Karen Avila
Fashion Illustration - Style Exploration | Watercolours
 
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STYLEHAUL http://www.youtube.com/user... http://stylehaul.com/ SOCIETY6 SHOP: http://society6.com/zyrabanez BLOG: http://lovetheart-fashion.blogspot.com FACEBOOK: http://tinyurl.com/facebook-zyrabanez INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/zyrarrr TUMBLR: http://lovetheart-fashion.tumblr.com DEVIANTART: http://zyrabanez.deviantart.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/zyrabanez Materials used in this video: - Pentel techniclick 0.5mm mechanical pencil - Pentel AIN 2B pencil lead - Staedtler 2H pencil - Mont Marte 300gsm cold press watercolour paper - Mont Marte watercolour palette - Pentel Aquash water brush - Copic black multiliner 0.1mm, 0.3mm and 0.5mm For commissions, contact me at [email protected] Q&A videos About me - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCmcNGeKlH0 School - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtkRoRhgaJ4 FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions] 1. What materials do you mainly use for your drawings? In general, I use Copic Ciao markers and Touch Twin Markers, Quill Multiboard A4 white paper, 2B and HB Pentel and Faber-Castell 0.5 mechanical pencil and Faber-Castell PVC-Free Space Eraser (Cool name) and I use Uni-ball Signo white fineliner 2. Did you go to any art school or academy? No. I took Studio Arts in senior high school. It's not from that class that I learned evreything I know. I did learn new things from the class, but not to do with fashion illustration or manga drawings. I went to a regular high school, so it doesn't specialize in art. 3. How do you draw the models? Do you use any templates? I started out by tracing models from magazines which is harder than it sounds, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy. Then of course, I searched all types of videos on YouTube and some sites as well on Google, which unfortunately, I don't remember. How I learned to draw my models is using the 9-Head technique. 4. How old are you? I am now 19 years old 5. How long have you been drawing? I'm pretty sure I started drawing at 6. That's probably my oldest memory of me drawing. I got into manga drawings when I was 11 years old, I started teaching myself how to draw manga when I was 13 years old. I started developing an interest in fashion design also when I was 11, but I pursued that interest or taken it further at the age of 14. So, I would say I started drawing fashion illustration at the age of 14. 6. Where do you get your inspiration? I get my inspiration from music, photos on Instagram, Tumblr fashion trends, things that I love. There are times where I am just in an Artist's Block and I feel really brain dead where I can't draw. Or I force myself to draw and it never turns out to be something that I like. 7. Do you have any links or books you can recommend? Definitely! Fashion Illustration by Anna Kiper and Fashion Poses for Fashion Illustrators by Sha Tahmasebi are two books that I own at the moment. I'm hoping to get more. These two books are very helpful if you're a beginner or even if you want to be a bit more advanced. MUSIC: Rubixcube by audionautiX (http://audionautix.com/) Copyright @ 2015 by AudionautiX.com NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED
Views: 80551 Zyra Bañez
TUTORIAL - Fashion Figure for Beginners | 9 Heads
 
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This is an updated tutorial of the fashion figure (9 Heads) for beginners. Make use of the resources available here! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - R E S O U R C E S - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • 9 Heads by Nancy Reigelman https://www.amazon.com/Heads-Guide-Drawing-Fashion-4th/dp/0133156931 • Nine Head Fashion Croquis by Fashion Finishing School http://fashionfinishingschool.com/lets-start-from-the-very-beginning-a-very-good-place-to-start/ • Super Basic Croquis by Lovely-Whimsy http://lovely-whimsy.deviantart.com/art/Super-Basic-Croquis-Tutorial-110504949 • Fashion Template by Dutoitm http://dutoitm.deviantart.com/art/Fashion-Template-46013618 • How to Draw the Proportions of an Adult Female by Sycra https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiKcI49l5uc • Manga Tutorial: Maintaining Body Proportions by BitterSweetNightmare https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRp__v_HAjU • How to Draw a Female Body by Mark Crilley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhNNyoYfP0U • Fashion Drawing for Beginners by Monkey See http://www.monkeysee.com/play/5154-fashion-drawing-for-beginners • Fashion Illustration by Anna Kiper https://www.amazon.com/Fashion-Illustration-Inspiration-Anna-Kiper/dp/0715336185/ref=pd_sbs_14_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=NHFQVHBNQWZB9W644HFG - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - S U P P O R T • Z Y R A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PATREON • https://www.patreon.com/zyrabanez SOCIETY6 • http://society6.com/zyrabanez SHOP • http://zyrabanez.storenvy.com/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - C O M M I S S I O N S • O P E N - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Contact: [email protected] ♥ https://goo.gl/YzK7Ww - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - S O C I A L • M E D I A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BLOG • http://zyrabanez.blogspot.com FACEBOOK • http://fb.me/zyrabanez TWITTER • https://twitter.com/zyrabanez INSTAGRAM • http://instagram.com/zyra.banez TUMBLR • http://zyrabanez.tumblr.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - P O R T F O L I O - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BEHANCE • https://www.behance.net/zyra3335fdb - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - F R E E B I E S - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PHONE WALLPAPERS • https://goo.gl/J3zZxP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M U S I C • C R E D I T- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Beats (GarageBand)
Views: 388848 Zyra Bañez
How to color a white lace dress with copic markers
 
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Material used for dress: Copic markers: C-3 (light grey) C-5 (dark grey) black Prismacolor pencils: PC 1060 (light grey) and white Ink pens: copic multiliner 0.1 & pigma micron 04
Views: 28668 kristysketches
Kathryn Hagen: Satin, Chiffon, and Fur
 
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Kathryn Hagen is a published Fashion Illustration Professor at Otis College of Art and Design. In this series, she describes her process as we watch, over the shoulder, a fashion illustration from beginning to end. This series includes graphite sketches and colored markers; models are men, women and children and fashions are bathing suits to eveningwear. There are 16 lessons in this series
Views: 121639 OtisCollege
TUTORIAL - Face for Fashion Figures
 
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STYLEHAUL http://www.youtube.com/user... http://stylehaul.com/ Other Helpful Links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhoKwLIvVr8 - Riar Art http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbRMCgtcchw - 87tors TUMBLR: http://lovetheart-fashion.tumblr.com BLOG: http://lovetheart-fashion.blogspot.com DEVIANTART: http://zyrabanez.deviantart.com INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/zyrarrr TWITTER: https://twitter.com/zyrabanez FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zyra-Ba%C3%B1ez/398602333574526?ref=hl FAQ [Frequently Asked Questions] 1. What materials do you use for your drawings? I use Copic Ciao markers and Touch Twin Markers, Quill Multiboard white paper, 2B and HB Pentel and Faber-Castell 0.5 mechanical pencils and Faber-Castell PVC-Free Space Eraser (Cool name) and I use Uni-ball Signo white fineliner 2. Did you go to any art school or academy? No. I am taking Studio Arts in senior high school right now. It's not from that class that I learned what I know. I am learning new things from the class, but so far, not to do with fashion illustration or manga drawings. I go to a regular high school, so it doesn't specialize in art. 3. How do you draw the models? Do you use any templates? I started out by tracing models from magazines which is harder than it sounds, but once you get the hang of it, its pretty easy. Then of course, I searched all types of videos on YouTube and some sites as well on Google, which unfortunately, I don't remember. 4. How old are you? I am now 18 years old 5. How long have you been drawing? I'm pretty sure I started drawing at 6. That's probably my oldest memory of me drawing. I got into manga drawings when I was 11 years old, I started teaching myself how to draw manga when I was 13 years old. I started developing an interest in fashion design also when I was 11, but I pursued that interest or taken it further at the age of 14. So, I would say I started drawing fashion illustration at the age of 14. 6. Where do you get your inspiration? I get my inspiration from music, photos on Instagram, fashion trends, things that I love. There are times where I am just in an Artist's Block and I feel really brain dead where I can't draw. Or I force myself to draw and it never turns out to be something I like. I am currently in an Artist's Block which has been going on since late October 2011, and I am finding ways to get out of it. I'll keep you posted on how I break through it :] 7. Do you have any links or books you can recommend? Definitely! Fashion Illustration by Anna Kiper and Fashion Poses for Fashion Illustrators by Sha Tahmasebi are two books that I own at the moment. I'm hoping to get more. These two books are very helpful if you're a beginner or even if you want to be a bit more advanced. http://www.monkeysee.com/play/5156-how-to-draw-clothes-on-a-fashion-figure this is a very basic tutorial but seriously, this tutorial helped me when I was just starting. Hopefully it helps you too. http://www.fsketcher.com/index.php/tutorials/clothing/coloring.html This was a newly found website that I heard about from 555000rocky http://youtube.com/555000rocky Hope this helped :] MUSIC: Ocean Adventure - Made in Garage Band NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED
Views: 159003 Zyra Bañez