Description : Presenting an overview of fashion drawing, presentation and illustration, this work teaches students how to draw the fashion figure as well as featuring the work of established illustrators, encouraging readers to observe and to develop their confidence and skills as an illustrator.
Description : "Whether you're a beginner wanting to sketch out your design ideas or a fashion illustrator looking to improve your method, this step-by-step guide will help you to hone your skills and improve the impact of your drawings."--Back cover.
Description : A comprehensive, visual survey of fashion drawing in the twentieth century offers four hundred images illustrating the development of fashion as seen through the works of the greatest illustrators of the period.
Description : This book's aim is to submerge the reader in the world of illustration. The first section ranges from how to start to draw a human figure to the techniques to stylize and synthesize it. This section provides a large amount of figures in different poses, as well as hands and feet-often the most difficult parts - in diverse postures and angles. However, in the field of fashion it is also essential to know how to draw fabric, and even more important to know how to draw the folds of clothing. The items of clothing are presented as much in technical drawing as in figures in movement, and forming light and shadow is also explained, as this gives quality to the illustration. The second part of the book revolves around color and the different techniques with which one can work: watercolor, wax, pastel, and so on. All the drawings that appear constitute a brief exhibition of the changes that the fashion world has experienced and with this in mind a path has been laid which starts in 1900, illustrated in watercolors, and finishes in 2000, illustrated in pencil. The goal of this volume is to uncover the reader's desire to paint and to provide him with some of the secrets that will encourage him to do so. After all, experience is the most effective way to learn, whatever the subject.
Description : This book is a practical manual intended specifically for anyone interested in delving into the technique of granting color to fashion figurine illustrations to give them more life and expressiveness. In a clear and educational way, Tiziana Paci explains through images and examples the different themes examined in the work ideal for both neophytes and people who have been working in this field for years.
Description : Examining what it is that makes fashion illustration the choice of the moment of art directors and style magazines, this book follows the renaissance predicted by the authors 2000 book, Fashion Illustration Now. Borrellis introduction describes the contemporary mood among these artists and in particular shows how the maturing of the digital age has had a surprising and astonishingly creative effect on the handmade art of illustration. Organized alphabetically by artist and in a similar format to Fashion Illustration Now, the book includes over forty exceptional artists, who capture the mood of contemporary style, show examples of their work and describe their inspiration.
Description : Showcasing the work of twenty-nine of the world's top fashion illustators, this vivid collection of visual images captures the world of fashion illustration in the works of Ruben Alterio, Mats Gustafson, Jean-Philippe Delhomme, and Maurice Vellekoop, among others. Originally published as Stylishly Drawn. Reprint.
Description : From the suburbs to the subway, Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration shows you how to capture fashion anywhere and everywhere. Fashion is fast and furious, and fashion illustrators need to work the same way to keep up with the latest trends. Part technique, part sketchbook, Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration is ideal for beginners looking to learn tips and tricks for sketching fashion illustrations, both quickly and on the go. First, you'll learn basic fashion illustration skills and practical techniques for inspired "live fashion sketching". Once you've conquered the basics, you can sketch your own collection on the 500 pre-printed model templates. Featuring a variety of different poses, these templates allow you to get down to business and sketch your designs right away, without worrying about drawing models. The sketchpad pages are specially designed so that they can be photocopied without the templates, leaving just the fashion sketch! In need of inspiration? Don't worry! You'll also find an inspirational gallery of four-color illustrations from fashion designer and illustrator, Emily Brickel Edelson. So what are you waiting for? Get sketching!
Description : This text showcases the fashion sketches of 60 contemporary fashion designers, selected for their extraordinary talent in the art of illustration. Drawings from designers such as Christian Lacroix, Yves Saint Laurent and Jens Laugesen display a wide range of creative techniques and approaches.