Sketch and Go: 5-Minute Fashion Illustration

500 Templates and Techniques for Live Fashion Sketching

Sketch and Go: 5-Minute Fashion Illustration
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Format: Paperback / softback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781631062230
Series: Sketch & Go
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Description

From the suburbs to the subway, Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration shows you how to capture fashion anywhere and everywhere.

Fashion is fast and furious, and fashion illustrators need to work the same way to keep up with the latest trends. Part technique, part sketchbook, Sketch and Go: 5 Minute Fashion Illustration is ideal for beginners looking to learn tips and tricks for sketching fashion illustrations, both quickly and on the go. First, you'll learn basic fashion illustration skills and practical techniques for inspired "live fashion sketching".

Once you've conquered the basics, you can sketch your own collection on the 500 pre-printed model templates. Featuring a variety of different poses, these templates allow you to get down to business and sketch your designs right away, without worrying about drawing models. The sketchpad pages are specially designed so that they can be photocopied without the templates, leaving just the fashion sketch! In need of inspiration? Don't worry! You'll also find an inspirational gallery of four-color illustrations from fashion designer and illustrator, Emily Brickel Edelson. So what are you waiting for? Get sketching!

The author

Emily Brickel Edelson is a published fashion illustrator who was named one of WhoWhatWear's best fashion illustrators. She was also named one of the seven most influential women in New York City by EliteDaily and OnMogul for #InternationalWomensDay. Emily is frequently commissioned to sketch for top-tier fashion editors, publicists, musicians, and celebrities. Her sketches have appeared in the magazines Vogue Espana, Elle Mexico, Allure, InStyle, People's StyleWatch, and Seventeen, and on fashion blogs and websites including WhoWhatWear, Bustle, Refinery29, StyleCaster, AOL, Hollywood Life, Radar Online, Huffington Post, and Today, among others. In 2015 fashion marketplace Bene Rialto featured Emily's custom, life-size fashion illustrations as part of a permanent window display on 38th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City. Other clients include Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, Hermes, Swarovski, Kate Spade, Cartier, L'Oreal Paris, Tommy Hilfiger, Sephora, IMG, Miss Universe, Sports Illustrated, Pepsi, and more!

Emily can be seen sitting front row and backstage sketching at the most prestigious shows at New York Fashion Week as well as covering London, Paris, and Milan Fashion Weeks. Emily is the co-founder and lead fashion illustrator of the mobile application and live fashion illustration company Chic Sketch, named "One of Today's Most Interesting Fashion Apps" by Vogue Espana. Learn more about Emily at her website www.emilybrickeledelson.com.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781631062230
Illustrations: 500 color photos
Size: 8.5 in x 9.45 in / 215.9 mm x 240.03 mm
Published:

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