How to draw different types of fabrics:
In this category you will learn how to draw  fabrics in your fashion sketches – nearly all types of fabrics. One of the big things we learn in fashion school is how to make fashion sketches. And a large part of that is drawing fabrics, or drawing the fabrics you plan to use in your design. Believe it or not, there is aright way and a wrong way to do this.

If you’re going to be a fashion designer, you need to learn to put your ideas on paper in the correct way (so others can understand your designs), and how to draw clothes is an essential piece of that. Excel in fashion drawing and create realistic fashion illustrations speaking for themselves. Learn how to draw fabrics like silk, satin, wool, cotton, tweed, lace, fur, leather, prints and velvet in a realistic and convincing way so that nothing is on your way to create breath taking gowns for your collection. Have fun!

Lara Croft: Fashion Illustration

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Today’s tutorial is inspired by Lara Croft Tomb Raider. This fashion illustration is more time-consuming and require a higher skill level. The  complicated part of this drawing is the fact that the direction of light coming from behind the figure is changing the shadows and highlights dramatically.   If you want to have a background in […]

Thorin Oakenshield: Drawing Fur and Leather

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I know this illustration is very difficult for a beginner but nevertheless in this tutorial I’ll show you some tricks and useful techniques in rendering realistic fabrics. If you haven’t seen my trailer inspired by Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings movies, watch it here!!! FACE I’m completely filling in his face […]

Illustration: Bulgarian Folk Costume- Nosiya

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In today’s post, I’m going to talk about a chapter in fashion history very close to my heart- the Bulgarian traditional folk costume. The costume in my tutorial, also called nosiya, is a young bride’s winter costume from the second half of the 19th century, from Southeastern Thrace. The dress is a tunic or soukman […]


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Kate Middleton‘s wedding dress is by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. It’s a handmade fitted white v-neck gown with a long-sleeved lace overlay with a long train. The skirt is made of ivory and white satin gazar, and covered with lace just like the bodice and the underskirt. The back of the dress was finished with […]