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Fashion Illustration Techniques

A Super Reference Book for Beginners

Fashion Illustration Techniques
Format: Paperback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781592537952
Illustrations: 500
Size: 8.5 x 11
Weight: 2.25 lb.
Published: Apr. 1, 2012
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Learn the basics of fashion illustration and all the necessary tools and techniques from the field with Fashion Illustration Techniques! Filled with step-by-step drawings and covering all the fundamentals such as drawing head and body proportions, choosing colors, and much more, this complete guide is the only reference book you’ll need to start designing for the world of fashion. Zeshu Takamura has based this book on the curriculum of the beginner's course at the fashion design school that he teaches in, and lends his years of experience and skills to this comprehensive resource.

Inside, you'll find each skill set broken down by week:

- The 1st Week: Let's Master Basic Drawing

- The 2nd Week: Let's Master Body Parts and Garment Items Drawing

- The 3rd Week: Let's Try Coloring

- The 4th Week: Master Design Drawing and Make Your Own Design

With easy-to-follow instructions that will prepare you for this creative field, Fashion Illustration Techniques is a must-have for all fashion design students who require a basic knowledge of drawing and illustration techniques.

Zeshu Takamura is a graduate of the Faculty of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University, and the Department of Dress Design at the Kuwasawa Design School, where he worked as an assistant for fashion illustrator Reiko Saito. Following graduation, Takamura became involved in fashion illustration and design works for publishers, advertising agencies, and apparel makers. He has taught at Bunka Design College, Vantan Visual Institute, and Tokyo Mode Gakuen. Since 2007, he has been a professor at Bunka Women's University. His publications include The Use of Markers in Fashion Illustration, Fashion With Style: Ladies Fashion Items, Roots of Street Style and Fashion Design Techniques, and Fashion Design Drawing: A Super Reference Book for Beginners.

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