Basic fashion croquis tutorial for beginners:
demonstration of the proportions of the fashion figure step by step.
This tutorial shows how to draw each part of the body to get an elongated, 10-head tall girl like what designers do in fashion drawing.
What to watch next:
Fashion Designers’ tricks to save time when drawing:
How to draw faces – Fashion drawing for beginners part 6:
How to draw the back view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 5:
How to draw the side view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 4:
How to draw legs and feet – Fashion drawing for beginners part 3:
How to draw the fashion figure in front view – Fashion drawing for beginners part 2:
Fashion drawing for beginners, basic principles – part 1:
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Hi Justine! I am so in love w ur video! I have some questions hope u can reply this. The paper u used to draw the lines template, does the size matter? Is A4 size paper suffice? Also, for the shoulder lines, waist lines, hips lines..how do we know how wide should we draw? And how many heads shoukd we draw for generally petite women height 145-158cm? Thank u justine!
Thanks a lot! I just discovered your channel and I'm already accro, I find it very useful, I studied architecture, but I wanted to learn how to sketch people and your tutorials are a very efficient and easy way to do it, you're amazing! ❤️ from Romania!
Justine Leconte officiel not all but most of them.
may i know what do you mean by shoulders twice the width of face.
will the shoulder be small if the figure has a long face??? and what should be measurement of the waist???
thank u so much for making such videos. they are very helpful. you are very beautiful.
+As. e. Bonjour! J'ai fait une vidéo sur le matériel que j'utilise ("art supplies for fashion"). Concernant le papier, j'aime prendre in format A3, placé horizontalement et y faire rentrer 3 ou 4 silhouettes entières. Ça aide aussi à dessiner les mêmes proportions, quand elles sont à côté les unes des autres 😉
R u kidding me? Did u really say "make her look a little less anerexic" our how ever u speak that.
Do u even know what anerexic mean then? It has little to do with someone jusst being skinny , idiot. Idiot , idiot ,
Sarah Anstey . you should be grateful when someone helps you without wanting anything in return. Justine LeConte has many good attributes, the most important being a sharing individual. You need to be less critical and understand the comments in their context . Obviously she isn't the one being the idiot. You don't have to use her free advice neither do you have to be so blatantly rude towards her.
Hello there! I love the video! Thank you for explaining it to us. I have a question to ask you. Do fashion designers have to draw face too? Can I just cover the face with the hair? Or it's an important detail, too? Thank you in advance. :)
Thank you for the work and the videos that you are providing here! I've just found the channel and here I see things that I wanted to learn so bad! I've tried before to draw a body but it wasn't really successfully. This video is amazing also I loved the other video where you show these models but on a tracing paper! Thank you! <3
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I've been wanting to learn how to draw my own croquis. I agree with the other comment, you made it so easy to do. I even drew it on a 4x6 post-it as a guide line to know where each body section should be placed. Thank you again. 👏👏👏🎉🎉
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