Fashion Illustration/Sketching/Drawing: tools, croquis, templates, books.
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Join Date: Nov 2008
I have a book called
"dibujo para diseñadores de Moda"
Ed. Parramón. It's in Spanish so i don't think this information can be really useful to you but in this book there are different postures and figures and it's pretty interesting. It tells you how to draw the figures but also how to draw your ideas if, for example, you're imagining and drapped outfit and you don't know how the light would appear in there. There are a lot of example since very realistics figures till an idea with a few lines.
People told me that "9 heads" is a really good book too. I haven't see it though.
If you wanna use an interesting pose i suggest you to ask a friend to pose for you and then draw it on your own style. I do that when i have to illustrate something i have in mind and i can't find the correct pose.
If you want some figures i can send you my scans of the book. There are many different styles of figures.
I think today i wrote worse than i normally do, uh.
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