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In this fashion drawing tutorial, you will learn a technique that will help you illustrate garments of any complexity. We will break designs into simple shapes and then draw them piece by piece. As an example, we are going to render Viktor&Rolf Spring 2017 Couture dress.
Link to the photo of the original design: http://assets.vogue.com/photos/5888da766b7146de29a29972/master/pass/_AG12186.jpg
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If you have any troubles or suggestions, feel free to write your comment in the section below the video :)
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Of all the channels where I have tried to learn to draw, is what I learned most, and I am still learning, thanks for the great and beautiful work, it is gratifying for me to know this channel and learn more and more. And thank you for paying attention to those enrolled.
Aliya! You are such a massive blessing!
Your tutorials are amazing and super helpful. Thank you so much! I always get excited when you upload the video! 😍
PS: you made me so happy when you put a like on one of my sketches of instagram. I know it might sound stupid but that means a world to me!
Lots of love from Milan 😍😍😍
Love your videos! I'd like to show you a few of my fashion designs and get your feedback? I'm an aspiring designer, I have no formal or professional training, I enjoy art! But I feel like my fashion illustration can be much better! If your interested, any helpful tips would be appreciated :) I am 100% self-taught! I also, won a contest for Project Runway. I'm learning each day & staying hungry. Your videos help me a lot! (I like long necks too).
Hi Aliya, I've been watching your channel for a couple of years now but I've always been a silent subscriber, and I just wanted to let you know how much you've been an insipration to me and how much you've helped me improve, and thanks to you I decided to start uploading fashion illustration videos to my channel, I posted my first video a couple of days ago (definitely nothing compared to your drawing), if you want to you can check it out and give me your opinion and some tips.
And thank you so much for your tutorials, they are with no exaggeration the best out there.
It is so inspirational for me too to read your comment! Thank you 😊✨ We people can do more together, right? hehe I've checked your video and congrats! Out of suggestions - you could add some voiceover or caption so your audience can better understand each step 😉 You know with time bit by bit videos improve. You just start seeing any adjustments that are needed. My first videos are so different from my latest ones. hehe 😅 Good luck!
this one is quite challenging indeed 😅 You can check other FSketcher tutorials and come to this one a bit later when you feel comfortable. BTW the link to the original design is in the video description - in case you want to take time and look at every intricate detail yourself 😉 Good Luck! 💛⚡️
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