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Have you admired fashion illustrations from afar but have been too intimidated to try creating them for yourself?
Maybe you've tried creating a fashion illustration using markers before but have gotten frustrated when you couldn't create the desired effects...
Welcome to Fashion Illustration with Marker Rendering for Beginners! If you’re interested in learning how to draw fashion figures with artist’s markers, then you’re in the right place! Even if you’ve never sketched a fashion illustration before, we’ll start from the very beginning and work our way up to illustrating the complete fashion figure.
In this class, we’ll cover how to find inspiration and gather materials. You’ll learn how to sketch a basic fashion runway figure and utilize various marker techniques to render multiple patterns and textures. We’ll also go over how to illustrate fashion details like faces, hair and difficult-to-draw hands and feet.
We’ll break through that frustrating “ugly phase” together and land on the other side where you feel confident enough to keep practicing and working towards developing your own illustration style.
Hello! My name is Joanna and I’m a fulltime freelance illustrator and designer living in New York City. I have a passion for illustrating and creating beautiful things, both of which I pursued in college, earning a degree in Studio Art from Washington College and a fashion design degree from Parsons School of Design.
After working for five years as a designer in the fashion industry, I decided to take the leap in January of 2015 and pursue a career as a freelance illustrator. Over the past four years, I've built a business selling my illustrations as art prints, stationery & gifts and have collaborated with brands big and small on commissioned illustration projects.
I love sharing my illustration process on Instagram and YouTube and after receiving many emails and questions about how I create my drawings from start to finish, I decided to create a comprehensive class packed to the brim with all of my favorite fashion illustration tips and tricks that I've learned over the years!
This course is composed of step-by-step mini lessons, leading up to the creation of three complete fashion illustrations
If you're thinking "I don't have much experience, is this class right for me?" or "I've tried it before, and I just can't draw"
Don't let inexperience or previous frustrations hold you back! We'll break down each element of creating a fashion illustration into manageable exercises so you can gain confidence in a particular skill before moving onto the next step. You can go at your own pace, pause and rewatch the lessons as many times as you like.
This class will help you build a basic fashion illustration foundation and a better understanding of what marker techniques work best so you can take your work to the next level without the frustration of figuring it out on your own.
We’ll make mistakes together and I’ll walk you through how to fix them so you have a better understanding of what makes an illustration “work”. Whether you’re a budding artist looking to start a new hobby or an aspiring illustrator contemplating a new career path, this is the perfect place to begin!
Gain instant access to 12 bonus downloads including multiple worksheets, templates, & reference guides