Fashion sketching with markers for beginners
Video course in which you will learn how to draw like a fashion designer
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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.