Fashion Rendering with Color / Edition 1by Bina Abling
Pub. Date: 07/28/2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This up-to-date business tool for artists learning job skills, demonstrates—with clarity and precision—the beginning, middle, and advanced techniques for marker and water color rendering for the fashion industry. Its focus and approach demystify the rendering process in simple, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions—with specific examples that
This up-to-date business tool for artists learning job skills, demonstrates—with clarity and precision—the beginning, middle, and advanced techniques for marker and water color rendering for the fashion industry. Its focus and approach demystify the rendering process in simple, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions—with specific examples that encourage practice and confidence in either media of choice. A fundamental format builds on skill and proficiency, and it contains a gradual, natural progression of style into more complex and detailed techniques.
Chapter topics include design room skills, sketching/rendering for a collection, quick tips for illustrating fabrics, line quality; flesh tones; solid coloring; white fabrics; simple prints; fall fabrics; knitwear; and glamour fabrics.
For fashion designers, designers assistants, and stylists.
- Prentice Hall
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 8.20(w) x 10.86(h) x 0.52(d)
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||Introduction to Media Choices||1|
|Chapter 2||Line Quality||13|
|Chapter 3||Flesh Tones||23|
|Chapter 4||Solid Color Fabrics||45|
|Chapter 5||White Fabrics||69|
|Chapter 6||Simple Prints||79|
|Chapter 7||Fall Fabrics||91|
|Chapter 9||Glamour Fabrics||131|
|Chapter 10||Professional Rendering||155|
|Chapter 11||Croquis Rendering||177|
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This is a great book, even for professionals, not only for students. I bought it because I wanted to update my portfolio, and I found out the book is especially good if you are doing this, because the idea is to learn to sketch and render fast, which is the way we work in the fashion industry. We have to learn how to show the details and show our ideas in a clear, and precise fashion way without taking too much time. As I am going through the book I am going back to my old habit (developing a sketchbook/workbook) which I hadn't done in a while, since I started working as a designer. I am getting myself back into the habit, practicing everyday by putting my ideas down on paper in a workbook, and in a quick way. There is a lot of color in this book, which is always good in the fashion world. Also there is a great chapter on how to render knits, I needed it to improve on this, and I am doing it now. This book shows you how to render any type of fabric in different types of media, and it shows you how to do it fast. The book takes you through exercises, which helps you develop your sketchbook as you improve. I love this book, great for your drawing/fashion library. Great as a reference. This is a book you will always use, worth the money.