Noel Chapman

Creative Fashion Drawing

This stylish introduction to fashion drawing is aimed both at practicing designers who want to brush up their skills, and at wannabe designers and fashion enthusiasts who want to learn how to design, draw and illustrate fashion from scratch. User-friendly, accessible and stylish, this book is an ideal guide to the world of fashion illustration and design. Fully illustrated throughout, this book contains examples from a range of practising fashion designers and illustrators, and step-by-step illustrations showing how to get the best results. Beginning with the materials and equipment that readers will need, the book goes on to explain how to get inspiration and ideas and use a sketchbook to develop design projects, before moving on to the process of drawing fashion figures. Readers are guided through the process of drawing fashion figures, with step-by-step illustrations showing proportions, men and women, and a range of different poses (standing, sitting, walking etc).

Noel Chapman is a fashion author, lecturer, consultant and designer who has designed clothes for Urban Outfitters, Tommy Hilfiger, Quiksilver and Galeries Lafayette amongst others. Judith Cheek is a fashion illustrator who trained at Central Saint Martin's School of Art and has worked for clients including M&S, the Conran Group, Viyella and Littlewoods.
447 printed pages

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    Margo Esinashared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading



    b1045030135has quotedlast year
    he female figure has narrower, sloping shoulders, a smaller waist and larger hips (approximately the same as the shoulder width) than the male.
    Ольга Таракановаhas quoted3 years ago
    might call a ‘general sketchbook’ or ‘ideas book’,
    Xenia Shamykaevahas quoted6 years ago
    the look and attitude has got to be right for the overall success of the illustration.

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