Presentation on theme: "Sheerness & Transparency TRANSPARENCY -Loose strokes of almost dry marker over skin tone. -OR color from the back of the paper. - A second layer of color."— Presentation transcript:
Sheerness & Transparency TRANSPARENCY -Loose strokes of almost dry marker over skin tone. -OR color from the back of the paper. - A second layer of color should be added to folds and creases, so they look darker and more opaque. PRINTED CHIFFON 1. Partially and loosely render the areas covered by the sheer. 2. Lightly fill in the color of the transparent layer. 3. Add hints of the print on the sheers as the last step.
Quilting Rounded outlines Curvy contoured top stitching Leave small rounded highlights in one corner of each section of the quilt with shadows at the opposite corner.
Patterns Not good Good The fabric grains have not been Considered. While the strips on the skirt may look correct, when flattened the appear unnatural. Patterns have been applied correctly, By considering the fabric grains of the jacket sides, sleeves, and the skirt.
Plaids Curve the horizontal lines of the basic grid to follow the cylindrical shape of the human body Vertical lines of the grid often appear shifted and broken, following the folds of the garments.