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Fabulous Doodles-Fashion Illustration Blog-by Brooke Hagel: Tips

Fabulous Doodles Fashion Illustration blog by Brooke Hagel

Fashion Illustration Blog of NYC Based Illustrator Brooke Hagel

Fabulous Doodles-Fashion Illustration Blog-by Brooke Hagel: Tips

Fabulous Doodles Fashion Illustration blog by Brooke Hagel

Fashion Illustration Blog of NYC Based Illustrator Brooke Hagel

Fabulous Doodles-Fashion Illustration Blog-by Brooke Hagel: Tips

Fabulous Doodles Fashion Illustration blog by Brooke Hagel

Fashion Illustration Blog of NYC Based Illustrator Brooke Hagel

Fashion Illustration: How to Sketch with Vikki Yau | Sew Mama Sew |

Fashion Illustration: How to Sketch with Vikki Yau | Sew Mama Sew

Vikki Yau from Fashionary has several tools for designing and illustrating garments. She is often asked how she creates her fashion illustrations so today she shares the step-by-step process.

Fashion Illustration: How to Sketch with Vikki Yau | Sew Mama Sew |

Fashion Illustration: How to Sketch with Vikki Yau | Sew Mama Sew

Vikki Yau from Fashionary has several tools for designing and illustrating garments. She is often asked how she creates her fashion illustrations so today she shares the step-by-step process.

Learn how to paint a daisy with Priscilla Hauser! Super easy step by steps #plaidcrafts #DIY

DIY Art & Craft Supplies - Shop & Learn

Imagine, learn & create with craft experts & brands - Folk Art®, Bucilla®, Mod Podge® & others! Find DIY painting, decoupage, stamping & stencil products today!

White charcoal pencil. These are fantastic for creating highlights over marker, even better than white pencils because of how dense and opaque they are. If you take a look at my last post about my new print Miriam, you can see that I used a log of the white charcoal pencil to render the large brimmed hat and create texture and highlights within it. I also use it to add shine and highlights to hair in almost all my illustrations.

Secret Weapons {Part 3}

I am continually asked what tools I use most in my fashion illustrations so I thought it was time for another installment of Secret Weapons. First up, is my sketchbook and paper of choice. This may come as a surprise, being that I make a living as an artist you may think I'd use something fancy and expensive from an art supply store, but I do not. For years I've been using these Barnes & Noble exclusive sketchbooks. The reason I like them so much is that the paper is thick, almost a card…

Fashion Sketching By Bina Abling

Sketching and Color Rendering

Fashion Illustration for Designers & Illustrators: Marker Demo - Leather

Marker Demo - Leather

Step 1: With the lightest marker (25% Gray) apply first shade, leaving the shine white. Step 2: With the darker marker (75% Gray) apply second shade, leaving space for the lighter shade and white shine. Step 3: With the black marker apply final shade, leaving space for the first two shades, white shine and seam detail. Step 4: With a white Prismacolor pencil redraw the seams if they were covered by the markers.

Creating leopard print with Copic markers...lost of other fashion illustration tips too!

Tuesday Tip: Illustrating Leopard

Have you always wanted to learn how to accurately illustrate leopard print? Well its your lucky day, and you may be surprised to learn that leopard just so happens to be one of the easiest and most foolproof prints to draw and draw well. Being an animal skin, leopard print is organic, some parts are clustered and messy and some are open and spacey. You really can't make a mistake with this one I promise. 1. The first step is to choose your color way, and the three markers you'd like to use…