Fashion Design: How to Sketch an Attire With Watercolor and Ink
In this on-going lesson, students will learn how to sketch of an attire that belongs to a certain time in history and use watercolor to finish the sketch. Each lesson will share fundamental elements of design to show ideas of fashion eras.
Mr. Son (BFA)
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Fashion design has been a subject in art department, where ideas become real and practical. This class is designed to introduce basic elements which have been used in fashion design so students will expend their understanding of clothes’ characters and become familiar with how to express them in a flat sheet of paper. Human anatomy sketching, pen inking, and watercolor painting techniques will be demonstrated through each lesson. * Please come to class promptly to see designs of the period...
SKETCHING: - Pencil (Recommended: 2B) - Water-resistant gel pen (Recommended brand: Sharpie) - Eraser PAINTING - Watercolor paper - A set of 12 (or 24) watercolor paints - NO GOUACHE - A Palette to mix colors - Brushes (Natural hair brushes or Chinese calligraphy brushes) - 2 jars/cups filled with water. - Soft towel (or paper towels)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mr. Son (BFA)
Visual Art Instructor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3801 total reviews
2033 completed classes
Drawing and painting portraits and human figures have been one of my passions which encourages me to go to school for art education. I am teaching a diversity of art classes with traditional media such as pencil, colored pencil, and watercolor. ...