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How to Draw Fashion Illustrations

Draw Fashion Illustration

If you like to draw, and you like to design clothing, you may be a prime candidate for a career in fashion design. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median annual wage for fashion designers is $62,860. About 25 percent of fashion designers are self-employed. They design high-fashion garments and one-of-a-kind apparel on an individualized or custom basis. Some self-employed fashion designers have set up their own independent clothing lines, a clothing line that bears their name.

Draw Fashion Illustration Step 1

Make a body template to draw on. If you will be drawing a lot of clothes, you won't want to draw the body every time - just the clothes. But drawing clothes without the body sometimes results in incorrectly proportioned results.

Draw Fashion Illustration Step 2

Draw a body. If you doubt your ability, simply trace one from a book or magazine or ask a skilled friend to do it for you. Make it the right kind of body - if you'll be sketching kids' clothes, draw a kid's body. More advanced fashion designers can draw the same body from different angles. If you want to draw a figure at an angle, make note that some parts of their body will automatically become bigger or smaller, and the head or torso may be slanted, so the clothing on the figure may also be slanted to give the 3D or live effect.

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