Fashion Drawing Second Edition
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Fashion Drawing Second Edition

Illustration Techniques for Fashion Designers

Michele Wesen Bryant

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Fashion Drawing Second Edition

Illustration Techniques for Fashion Designers

Michele Wesen Bryant

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Fashion Drawing is a comprehensive, practical guide to fashion drawing for students of fashion design. This second edition features brand new illlustrations reflecting developments in pose, presentation and digital design, plus guidance on creating technical flats.Step-by-step tutorials show how to create fashion drawings for women, men and children, and adapt them for different marketsMore than 1000 illustrations depict work from leading designers and illustrators revealing a wide variety of approaches Discover how to render fabrics, textures and effects, from faux fur and metallics to prints, woven and knitted materialsIncludes an illustrated glossary of garment and fabric details and an extensive resource sectionReviews"A useful resource for both fashion students and home sewists looking to give their sketches a professional look." ‚Äď Simply SewingChapters include: Drawing Women, Drawing Men, Drawing Children and Young Adults, Zooming In, Working From Life, Drawing Garments, Production Sketches, Basic Garment Details and Silhouettes, Drawing Drape, Tailored Clothing, Rendering Shine, Texture, Patterns and Sheers.

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Publisher
Laurence King
Year
2016
ISBN
9781786278364
348tl: 
© 
Stanley 
C. 
Bryant
348tr, 
348b: 
© 
Gabrielle 
King
350: 
© 
Tiffany 
Ju
351: 
© 
Laura 
Laine
352tl: 
© 
Eri 
Wakiyama
352r: 
© 
Jisun 
Kim
353t: 
Design 
by 
Abzal 
Issa 
Bekov
353b: 
Sketches 
by 
Abzal 
Issa 
Bekov
357tr: 
© 
Kelly 
DeNooyer
358: 
© 
Taylor 
Ormond
359: 
© 
Anna 
(Hae 
Won) 
Lee
360l: 
© 
Yoyo 
(Lin) 
Han
360cr, 
360br: 
© 
Saga 
Furs
361, 
362bl: 
Christy 
Jeehyun 
Lee
362tr: 
© 
Anna 
(Hae 
Won) 
Lee
364‚Äď365:¬†
© 
Elizabeth 
Bastian
366l: 
© 
Taylor 
Ormond
366r: 
© 
Niloufar 
Mozafari
367l: 
© 
lantomo 
(lantomo.com)
367r: 
© 
Taylor 
Ormond
368: 
© 
Jisun 
Kim
369: 
Designer 
and 
Illustrator 
Victoria 
Cumming
370‚Äď371t:¬†
© 
Rachel 
James
370‚Äď371b:¬†
© 
Angela 
Lee
372: 
© 
Rachel 
James
373: 
© 
Zehra 
Naqvi
376: 
Dior 
Haute 
Couture 
S/S 
2013, 
In 
Like 
a 
Lion 
series. 
© 
Tara 
Dougans 
for 
SHOWstudio.
com
377: 
Fairchild 
Photo 
Service/
Condé 
Nast/Corbis
378l: 
© 
Jenny 
Williams
378r: 
Daisy 
de 
Villeneuve 
commissioned 
artwork. 
Fashion 
drawing 
of 
a 
girl 
dressed 
in 
Jean 
Muir.
Published 
in 
Selvedge 
magazine, 
January 
2008
379: 
© 
jiiakuann. 
Editorial 
illustration 
for 
L’Officiel 
Hommes 
China, 
August 
2013 
magazine. 
Stylist
Michael 
Xufu 
Huang, 
Editor 
Lawrence 
Lau. 
Model 
wears 
coat 
and 
shoes 
from 
Dolce 
& 
Gabbana 
F/W 
13, 
Pants 
from 
NADZ 
Studio 
F/W 
13 
and 
shirt 
from 
Bottega 
Veneta 
S/S 
13
380: 
© 
Nina 
Donis 
(ninadonis.
com)
382: 
© 
Flo 
Hughes 
- 
University 
of 
Westminster 
Fashion 
Design 
graduate. 
Graduate 
collection 
-
Wilder
383: 
© 
Bryan 
Conway
391tl: 
Photo: 
Grace 
Ndiritu, 
taken 
from 
the 
video 
titled 
Still 
Life: 
Lying 
Down 
Textiles 
by 
Grace
Ndiritu
391r: 
© 
Rachel 
James
392: 
© 
Rosie 
Rittenberry
393t: 
© 
Annie 
Appleman
393br: 
Little 
Nemo 
comic 
by 
Winsor 
McCay
394: 
© 
Nina 
Donis 
(ninadonis.
com)
395: 
Min 
Ae 
(July) 
Choi
396r: 
© 
jiiakuann. 
Editorial 
illustration 
for 
L’Officiel 
Hommes 
China, 
August 
2013 
magazine. 
Stylist
Michael 
Xufu 
Huang, 
Editor 
Lawrence 
Lau. 
Model 
wears 
coat 
from 
E. 
Tantz 
F/W 
13, 
shorts, 
socks
and 
suitcase 
from 
Thom 
Browne 
F/W 
13, 
shirt, 
tie, 
handkerchief 
and 
blazer 
from 
Alexander
McQueen 
S/S 
13 
and 
shoes 
from 
Valentino 
F/W 
13
397t: 
© 
@fiongal 
(fiongal.co.
uk)
399r: 
Daisy 
de 
Villeneuve 
commissioned 
artwork. 
Fashion 
drawing 
of 
a 
girl 
dressed 
in 
Vivienne
Westwood. 
Published 
in 
Selvedge 
magazine, 
January 
2008
400‚Äď401:¬†
© 
Giacomo 
Meriggi
410l: 
© 
Anne-Marie 
Jones
410r: 
Julian 
Parker/UK 
Press 
via 
Getty 
Images
411: 
© 
Christy 
Jeehyun 
Lee
412‚Äď413:¬†
© 
Jiayu 
Li
414‚Äď415:¬†
© 
Julia 
Faye 
Blum
418: 
© 
Nina 
Donis 
(ninadonis.
com)
419cl: 
Victor 
Virgile/Gamma-
Rapho 
via 
Getty 
Images
419c: 
© 
This 
is 
the 
Uniform. 
Photo: 
Beth 
Alderson
419br: 
Drawn 
by 
Ivy 
Yen-Chu 
Chen 
at 
Parsons 
New 
School 
for 
Design. 
Teacher 
Mr. 
Richard
Rosenfeld, 
2009
420l: 
Ferdinand 
(ferdinand.
nowhasa.com)
420tr: 
© 
Lydia 
Palmiotti
426tl: 
© 
Kazue 
Shima. 
Watercolour, 
pencil, 
photoshop, 
illustrator 
(kazueshima.com)
426b: 
Jackets 
produced 
by 
Mal 
Burkinshaw 
in 
collaboration 
with 
Sophie 
Hallette 
Lace 
- 
from
Beauty 
by 
Design: 
Fashioning 
the 
Renaissance 
at 
the 
Scottish 
National 
Portrait 
Gallery. 
Photo:
Stuart 
Munro
429tr: 
Enchanted 
Doll 
© 
Marina 
Bychkova
430: 
© 
Barbara 
Pearlman
431tl: 
© 
Taylor 
Ormond
431tr: 
© 
Jung 
Eun 
Jennifer 
Lee
431br: 
© 
Jenny 
Lim
432: 
© 
Briana 
Williams
433: 
© 
Julia 
Faye 
Blum
434: 
© 
Zehra 
Naqvi
The 
following 
images 
are 
© 
Michele 
Wesen 
Bryant:
6tr, 
33, 
34‚Äď35,¬†
36, 
37c, 
39, 
40‚Äď41,¬†
42‚Äď43,¬†
44‚Äď45,¬†
47, 
48‚Äď49,¬†
50‚Äď51,¬†
54‚Äď55,¬†
56‚Äď57,¬†
59bl, 
63, 
64, 
65l, 
74‚Äď75,¬†
76‚Äď77,¬†
79r, 
81, 
82‚Äď83,¬†
87, 
88, 
96, 
98‚Äď99,¬†
100‚Äď101,¬†
104‚Äď105,¬†
106, 
110‚Äď111,¬†
113, 
116‚Äď117,¬†
118, 
122‚Äď123,¬†
126‚Äď127,133bc,¬†
133br, 
135, 
136, 
137l, 
138l, 
141l, 
143b, 
144, 
145tl, 
146, 
147bl, 
149b, 
151b, 
152b, 
153tr, 
153b, 
155b, 
157,160‚Äď161,¬†
162, 
163t, 
164b, 
165, 
166, 
167l, 
168‚Äď169,¬†
170, 
171b, 
172tr, 
172b, 
173, 
177bc, 
177br, 
179l, 
180bl, 
181t, 
191, 
200b, 
218, 
219l, 
220‚Äď221,¬†
222‚Äď223,¬†
224, 
225r, 
226‚Äď227,¬†
228‚Äď229,¬†
230‚Äď231,¬†
232, 
233r, 
252r, 
253, 
254‚Äď255,¬†
257, 
349, 
374‚Äď375,¬†
381, 
416‚Äď417,¬†
435
Drawings 
by 
Michele 
Wesen 
Bryant 
based 
on 
research 
by 
Colette 
Wolffe 
in
The 
Art 
of 
Manipulating 
Fabric
:
258, 
259l, 
260‚Äď261,¬†
262‚Äď263,¬†
264‚Äď265,¬†
267c, 
268, 
270‚Äď271,¬†
272‚Äď273,¬†
281, 
282‚Äď283,¬†
284, 
285l, 
286‚Äď287,¬†
288, 
294l, 
295, 
296‚Äď297,¬†
298, 
327bl, 
328‚Äď329,¬†
330‚Äď331,¬†
332‚Äď333,¬†
334‚Äď335,¬†
336‚Äď337,¬†
338, 
339b, 
354‚Äď355,¬†
356, 
357l, 
363, 
384‚Äď385,¬†
386‚Äď387,¬†
388‚Äď389,¬†
390, 
396l, 
397bl, 
398, 
399bl, 
402‚Äď403,¬†
404‚Äď405,¬†
406‚Äď407,¬†
408‚Äď409,¬†
421, 
422‚Äď423,¬†
424‚Äď425,¬†
427, 
428, 
429l
Author√ēs¬†
Acknowledgments
I 
am 
grateful 
to 
many, 
many 
people 
for 
their 
unwavering 
support 
during 
the 
time‚ÄĒlonger¬†
than 
anyone 
could 
have 
imagined‚ÄĒ¬†
it 
took 
to 
birth 
this 
book. 
Thanks 
to 
the 
team 
at 
Laurence 
King 
for 
their 
collective 
vision 
of 
what 
a 
fashion 
drawing 
textbook 
might 
be: 
Jo 
Lightfoot, 
Angus 
Hyland, 
Anne 
Townley, 
Gaynor 
Sermon, 
Mark 
Holt, 
Davina 
Cheung, 
Angela 
Koo, 
Nicola 
Hodgson, 
and 
Sue 
Farr. 
I 
was 
extremely 
fortunate 
to 
have 
had 
constructive 
input 
from 
thoughtful 
reviewers. 
This 
is 
a 
better 
book 
thanks 
to 
Kristy 
Buchanan, 
Stephens 
College, 
Missouri; 
Gywnneth 
Carville, 
The 
Manchester 
College, 
UK; 
Cynthia 
Golembuski, 
Drexel 
University, 
Philadelphia; 
Gael 
Henry, 
Northumbria 
University; 
Louise 
Pickles, 
Bath 
Spa 
University; 
Andrea 
Reynders, 
The 
School 
of 
the 
Art 
Institute 
of 
Chicago.
Thank 
you 
to 
all 
of 
the 
artists 
who 
have 
contributed 
their 
work 
so 
generously. 
It 
would 
not 
have 
been 
possible 
to 
demonstrate 
the 
personal 
and 
diverse 
nature 
of 
fashion 
drawing‚ÄĒthe¬†
thesis 
of 
this 
book‚ÄĒwithout¬†
their 
participation. 
Special 
thanks 
to 
Lee 
Ripley 
for 
getting 
behind 
the 
project 
early 
on.
Personal 
thanks 
to 
my 
parents 
Elayne 
and 
Phillip 
Wesen 
for 
the 
DNA, 
love, 
and 
encouragement 
to 
pursue 
a 
creative 
path 
from 
the 
very 
beginning; 
to 
Yayoi 
Tsuchitani 
and 
Piet 
Halberstadt 
for 
the 
exquisite 
meals 
and 
especially 
for 
listening; 
to 
my 
colleagues 
Alfredo 
Cabrera, 
Karen 
Dietshe, 
and 
Lisa 
Feuerherm 
for 
the 
conversations 
that 
led 
to 
the 
significant 
revision 
of 
various 
drafts. 
Neverending 
thanks 
to 
my 
husband 
Stan 
Bryant 
for 
sacrificing 
almost 
all 
of 
his 
downtime 
for 
the 
duration 
of 
this 
project. 
I 
could 
not 
have 
completed 
this 
book 
without 
his 
loving 
support, 
good 
humor, 
and 
infinite 
patience. 

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Citation styles for Fashion Drawing Second Edition
APA 6 Citation
Bryant, M. W. (2016). Fashion Drawing Second Edition ([edition unavailable]). Laurence King. Retrieved from https://www.perlego.com/book/1455819/fashion-drawing-second-edition-illustration-techniques-for-fashion-designers-pdf (Original work published 2016)
Chicago Citation
Bryant, Michele Wesen. (2016) 2016. Fashion Drawing Second Edition. [Edition unavailable]. Laurence King. https://www.perlego.com/book/1455819/fashion-drawing-second-edition-illustration-techniques-for-fashion-designers-pdf.
Harvard Citation
Bryant, M. W. (2016) Fashion Drawing Second Edition. [edition unavailable]. Laurence King. Available at: https://www.perlego.com/book/1455819/fashion-drawing-second-edition-illustration-techniques-for-fashion-designers-pdf (Accessed: 14 October 2022).
MLA 7 Citation
Bryant, Michele Wesen. Fashion Drawing Second Edition. [edition unavailable]. Laurence King, 2016. Web. 14 Oct. 2022.