Your intrincate and detailed designs come out naturally or you have to make yourself do it that way? because if i just follow my "flow" every person i draw ends up wearing a white tshirt and jeans, and i gotta make a big effort to do anything slightly different or complex. Do you have any advice for clothing and garments design?
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at this point, the detail in my designs come very naturally when drawing—though that did take quite a bit of practice to achieve. in the past, while my designs were detailed, i struggled with making them more unique. (lo behold 2009, it was a dark time) i had to constantly push myself to think beyond conventional boundaries w/ cloth placement and pattern motifs to achieve the same skill i have today
if you’re stuck perpetually at the t-shirt-and-jeans stage, i suggest looking into both historical and present day high fashion—both of which present interesting variations from the everyday convention and detail work as well. like i’ve emphasized innumerable times before: everything is influenced from history, so just look into all sorts of attire from the past, as that will provide the foundation for all future original designs you will make.
study the costumes you research! redraw them at first, but later on, look at specific design elements that you like and then ‘frankenstein’ them together into your own outfit.
another easy way i make designs more fancy-looking specifically is by drawing out basic shapes/forms first and then adding simple things like more wrinkles and embroidery to give the illusion of actual detail.
hope this helps!! there’s always more info on my ‘caewaiisar advice’ tags
kowka said: UR BRO HAS A JAPANESE GF AND ITS IN JAPAN RN??? aaaaa how i envy him!!!!!! why do they look at him funny?
Well…She came here first then met in class…then got together…and now is in Japan with her.
Yeah Many folks do. I can see why, lotta people dream about going to Japan for one reason or another. Some folks just want an Asian GF (RICHARD!), but my bro was sort of like “Ok, sure.” I guess being a nerd of sorts I should be envious of him as well…but honestly I don’t wanna go to Japan.
As for your question: He’s a Foreigner, I mean he is in a more rural area so they are not used to people walking around looking something like this
Though they did cut his hair…and he usually doesn’t have flowers in his hair…nor is in Black n White…but everything else is pretty much the same. So yeah it’s something very different.
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