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FD3 Fashion Design 3: Design and Illustrate a Fashion Collection - Digital Art
This is a live class. We will design a Fashion Collection working together as a Design Team, using an inspiration, season, coordinating colors, etc. We will use industry standards to get our design ideas across on our Croquis grouping.
Students should have some basic knowledge of sketching an outfit on a Fashion Figure (Croquis) prior to this class. I have another class (FD2 Fashion Design 2: Clothing Design, Detail, Coloring & Texture) that is best to take first. I will have a sketch of 3 fashion figures in different poses attached to the classroom for students to use in this collection. These poses work well together with different views of the body. Students should be prepared to participate, as we are designing a...
Students will come away with the knowledge of selecting pieces, fabrics and colors that go together to make a fashion collection (grouping).
I am trained in both traditional Fashion Design/Illustration as well as Graphic Design/Digital Art. I believe it is good practice for learners to understand the direction of the industry they are interested in, and keep up with standards. My Fashion Design courses are all being updated to now include Digital designing, as this is the current direction.
Students will send in (download to classroom) prior to class: An Inspiration.... An inspiration can come from anything, an image, a season, an object...
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents will send in (download to classroom) prior to class: An Inspiration.... An inspiration can come from anything, an image, a season, an object... I have a sketch of 3 fashion figures in different poses attached for students to use. Traditional Art: Please have the Fashion Croquis ready to use. I attached one with 3 different poses that will work well for showing movement on the form. When printing, fill to paper size. pencil eraser fine tip black marker (like Copic, Micron, etc.) wide nib markers (color variety of your choice)...Alcohol based markers are used in the industry (Prismacolor, Copic, Ohuhu, etc) colored pencils (we use these to coordinate with markers for shading) White gel ink pen translucent marker paper to sketch over the croquis (Amazon sells this...for reference, I use Bienfang Graphics 360 in 9x12 size) Digital Art: Program of choice (I will use Procreate) Stylus, fully charged! Croquis saved as a photo or imported into a layer. *If working digitally, some knowledge of using layers will be helpful, as there is no time set for the program basics*
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
B.F.A in Fashion Design A.A.S in Illustration/Art History A.A.S in Graphic Design Hi There! I'm Lori...a graduate of F.I.T in NYC. I've worked in different areas of the design industry since 1991, from illustration, pattern making, garment...
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Live video meetings
3-10 learners per class