In this fashion drawing tutorial, we will learn how to render blue sequined chiffon dress. As an example, we are going to render design from Christian Dior 2017 Fall Ready-To-Wear Collection.
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Staedtler black and grey triplus fineliners http://amzn.to/2mVTDBD
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Hi ! I really want to become a fashion designer , but in designing field is good career ? because fashion deigning is my true passion !! but which type of markers you use ? which type of colours you use ? and your this video truly help me !!! I love it ....✌✌✌👍👍👍👍
Thank you ☺️💛 there is no exact answer to any job or career path. It all depends on my factors such as skills, tenacity, knowledge, networking, and so on. There are people in fashion that work as designers for huge brands and there are also people working as designers for some unknown fast-fashion companies. The industry is huge and so are the opportunities. Do what you love and work hard, really hard. Dreaming without working won't lead anywhere. I use Winsor&Newton Promarker pens. I use more than 150 colors, but I least top 30 in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWjIK-ojXzY
hi ! i realley love this tutorial design and this dress 😍😍 it's amazing 😍 hmm.. i'm a beginner fashion designer, and i want to ask you what is the mark of that color pens which you colored your dress with! (sorry for my english..) i hope that you can answer me ❤
Hi I am trying to become fashion designer , have passion in it but I doesn't know the basics am continuously watching your video it's really amazing, I want know what are the materials are you using to design a dress, after sketching how you choose cloth and how you explain your tailor to stitch like same. Can you please tell me, it really help me to start my career in designing field.
Hi aliya :) i've been watchig your videos for years now, they're so inspiring <3 i've decided to start using markers for my fashion sketches but i don't know which tones i should start with? many people say that pastels are best for beginners but i don't like pastels in my fashion drawings. it'll be very helpful if you can suggest me some. thank you :)
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