Fashion sketching with markers for beginners
Video course in which you will learn how to draw like a fashion designer
Hi, I’m Olga. I'm an artist, trainer, and author of a book on sketching with markers "The SKETCH" (available on Amazon and included in the program of Denver University, USA).
My mission is to inspire as many people as possible to learn how to draw by hand, so they can unleash their creativity.
I help fashion designers, illustrators and creatives from all walks of life to maximize their artistic potential through the art of hand rendering and sketching.
Originally I'm from St. Petersburg, Russia, lived for 3 years in Copenhagen, Denmark, now I live with my husband in Auckland, New Zealand.
I graduated at Saint-Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design (Russia), MSc in Arts.
DRAWINGS FROM THE COURSE:
VIDEO COURSE PROGRAM:
7 professionally filmed step-by-step lessons + bonuses.
Each lesson consists of 2 to 3 parts (10-25 min long video tutorials) in order to break down the information so it will become easily digestible.
Length: more than 7 academic hours
💃✍🏼LESSON 1 (in 2 parts)
HOW TO DRAW FASHION FIGURE. BASIC PROPORTIONS FOR WOMAN. COMMON MODEL POSES
💃✍🏼LESSON 2 (in 2 parts)
FASHION FIGURE IN A DRESS. LEARNING HOW TO DRAW GARMENTS
💃✍🏼LESSON 3 (in 3 parts)
LEARNING HOW TO DRAW FASHION FIGURE FROM THE BACK
💃✍🏼LESSON 4 (in 2 parts)
FASHION FACE: BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PROPORTIONS
💃✍🏼LESSON 5 (in 2 parts)
BASIC FASHION FIGURE AND FACIAL PROPORTIONS FOR MAN
💃✍🏼LESSON 6 (in 3 parts)
QUICK SKETCHING IN FASHION DRAWING
💃✍🏼LESSON 7 (in 3 parts)
OUR FINAL SKETCH FOR A COLLECTION WITH DIFFERENT LOOKS
MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE:
🖍In two words: you will need markers, marker parer, a pencil (HB or 2B), an eraser, black liner, white ink jel pen, white pastel pencil.
🖍Black liner (0.3 or 0.5 thickness, it can be liner from TOUCH, Molotow, Faber Castell, Copic or any brand you like)
🖍For white ink jel pen you can use any brand you'll find (for ex Jelly roll)
🖍For white pastel pencil you can use any brand you'll find (for ex Caran'd'ache)
🖍Marker parer: it can be a sketchbook or marker PAD A4 or A3 format. You can use regular A4 printer paper, but I recommend using marker paper since it will save your marker colours and they will look more brilliant.
🖍The most important marker colours in this course are two shades of beige (one lighter for skin tone and the other darker for the shadows.) Think foundation and bronzer here.
🖍Plus, you will need 1-2 grey markers (light grey like NG2 and NG4 fom Copic). We will use them for garment shadows.
🖍And finally, you will need a couple of bright and "strong" colours like chocolate and black, pink and red. We will use these colours for garment, hair and details.