Clothing and…



That is from a DVD that accompanies the e-book Vogue Illustration for Designers by Kathryn Hagen. Ms. Hagen is a trend illustration teacher at Otis School.

Ms. Hagen could be very adept at creating beautiful, stylized figures, heads and croquis for trend design. Her instruments embrace: Copic markers, Prismacolor pencils and markers, Tombo brush pens, gouache, liner pens and Milky Gel pens.

Even in case you do not examine trend illustraion per se, this e-book is a superb useful resource for enhancing your expertise with drawing and rendering the clothed determine. Yow will discover it right here

21 thoughts on “Drawing: Garments on the Feminine Vogue Determine

  1. I love how youve made one leg slightly shorter cos the figure is walking but how do u know where to draw it to so it doesnt look weird? im trying to do this today and it just looks odd

  2. I like it see some people are born talented and some oh well are NOT…..so don't be jealous because your not try something that you like even if your one of these people how are not talented

  3. Fashion designers are not "artists". "They just need to get their fashion idea on paper for purposes of buying supplies and creating the outfit. Fashion show audiences do not see the drawings, but the models wearing the clothes. I've seen fashion designers that draw like children – yet their fashions are beautiful and creative. They are not supposed to be adding details to the figure , face, and hair, but creating the clothing. Period…MOON

  4. @suruxxx93
    so what if she's tracing?? Do u want to lose 20 minutes for drawing the bodi and position only??
    She's really fast this way!

  5. she was tracing it because thats how fashion drawings work. you have a chroqui you dont have to draw the same thing over and over again

  6. that's because she fastforward the video. He/she took their time drawing this (well it's odvious he/she was tracing the drawing)
    so they don't want to take up time on the video.

  7. Its not unusual for fashion designers to use a figure underneath as a guide when drawing clothes alone, as it can be rather tricky to quickly draw well proportioned and natural looking clothes without a body as a guide.

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