How to Draw Fashion


The study of drawing clothed figures is called Costume Life. One might think that drawing clothed figures is the opposite of drawing nudes however the two are very much related. The human form still needs to define the overall shape and proportions of the figure upon which the clothes rest. As such, many artists will lightly sketch the essential contour to assist them throughout the drawing process. The major difference lies in the surface texture of clothes and includes the added challenge of drawing creases and folds. For instance rippling sweatshirt sleeves or ironed, pleated pant legs.

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