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How to draw fashion illustrations

'Hi there! Can you teach me how to draw fashion illustrations?' This is a question I get asked a lot on Instagram. I don't teach classes (yet), but do want to help of course. So I'm glad to say to all of you who have asked me a similar question: there is an online platform where experienced fashion illustrators and other artists can actually teach you and help you to improve your drawing skills! It's called Skillshare.

In this blog, I will share some of my favorite Skillshare classes, that will really help you to draw figures, faces and beautiful dresses. I will share the links to the introductions of the classes below each one. Also, you can get 2 months of Skillshare for free. No obligations attached, you can also just explore it for two months and stop afterwards.

This is the link: You could also use coupon code igamb412. If you want to sign up, remember to use the link in this blog and not the one after the intro video's of the classes, because the one in this post gets you 2 months for free instead of one ;)

How to Create Beautiful Fashion Illustrations

- by Elena Fay

In this class, Elena teaches you all about drawing human figures for fashion illustrations, including body proportions and how to draw the face. Really useful if you're just starting out and want to learn the basics or if you struggle with drawing natural poses and good body proportions.

Check the intro to this class here!

Painting with Watercolors: From Inspiration to Fashion Illustration

- By Katie Rogers / Paper Fashion

I guess you know Katie Rogers, artist name Paper Fashion. I'm a huge fan of her fairytale-like artwork and when following this class, you will learn how to turn inspiring pictures into your own watercolor dream on paper.

Check the intro to this class here!

Beginners Guide to Fine Art Watercolor

- by Adam Ragan

Watercolor is the main medium I use for my illustrations, but it can be tricky to work with. In this class, you can learn all about the different watercolor techniques, paints, brushes, paper and how to work with it. It's not focused on fashion illustrations, but really on the medium watercolor.

Check the intro to this class here!

Fashion Illustration - From Client Brief to Beautiful Piece

- by Jennifer Lilya

Some of you might also want to take your illustration skills a step further and turn hobby into work. There are some great video's on skillshare on commercial illustration as well! This is one of them and explains how to work with client briefs and also shows the illustration process.

Check the intro to this class here!

So, if you want to improve your illustration skills, you can try Skillshare for free for 2 months, using this link: Enjoy!



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