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aB l ing

fashion illustration

Posing Dynamics
All three figures have the same low shoulder and high hip side. The
arms and legs change but not the core torso pose. This presents
continuity in a design grouping on a page.

Bend or
Crunch Side
of Pose

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The stretch
in the torso
is on the left
side of the
pose.

Same core
torso pose
for all three.

Low
Shoulder
SideLow shoulder
side of the
pose.

ashion Sketchbook, 6th Edition demystifies the fashion
drawing process with simple, step-by-step directions.
now in full color and completely revised, with updated
instructions and images throughout, this introductory
text explains how to draw women, men, and children,
pose the figure, develop the fashion head and
face, sketch accessories, add garmentdetails, and prepare
flats and specs. To accelerate comprehension and aid in the
diversification of skills, Women’s Wear Daily photographs from
the showroom and the runway accompany abling’s detailed,
easy-to-follow lessons.

Extended or
Strength Side
of Pose
High
Hip
Side

Bend or
crunch side of
this pose.

Static or Nonactive Pose

Torso Active Posing
No
"Posed"
AnglesSupporting
Leg

Rule
Breaker
"Pose"

This left,
walking
foreshortened
leg is the
non-support
leg of this
pose, as it is
not touching
the "floor."

Up
Down

The Runway
Walking Pose

Posing
Shortcut
Same exact
torso pose
flipped over
"reads"
differently
but is still
similar and
easy to copy.

Posed But Static Angles

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Static pose
means no
angles or
action inthe
torso of this
pose.

Support
leg for this
pose means
the weightbearing side
of this pose.

To review, this
type of pose can
have the extended
leg pushed back,
behind the other
supporting leg.
This bent back
leg is drawn
foreshortened
from the knee
down into its calf.

Weightbearing
support leg
shifts to
other side in
this pose.

FASHION SKETCHBOOK

ONE | FASHIONFIGURE PROPORTIONS

Women’s Outerwear Flats

Contoured
Shading for
Depth and
Emphasis

Inside Back
of Collar

Options in a Trench Coat Flat

Consistent
Heavier
Outline

Brush Pen
Overdone
and Erratic

Match Up the Detailing
Left to Right; Coat Open

Planning for the
Double-Breasted Coat

Coat Closed, Belted
Buckle on Center Front

Collar Raised
Above and
Over EpauletWorking on Construction Details for Buttons
Center Front

features

Layers:
Storm Flap
Slightly
Separate
from Its
Panel
Single-Breasted
Closure

Double-Breasted
Closure

Asymmetrical
Closure

Zipper
Stitch
Quilting

Belt Loops
Belted
Cuff on
Top/Over
the Sleeve
Line

Fur

Flat of
Belt
Drawn
Off of
and
Next to
Coat
Flat

Quilt

• Detailed explanationof fashion figure analysis
• Clear instruction on drawing a variety of runway poses
• Photos of knit samples and garment details for visual reference

Pocket Flap
Lifting Off/
Away from
Coat Edge

Faux Fur

156 FASHION SKETCHBOOK

SIX | DRAWING FLATS AND SPECS

157

Feathers, Fringe, and Lace





Soft pencil smudges
Sharp pencil squiggle lines




Soft pencilrows
Fine pencil frayed edges




Two separate
flesh tones done
before lace-like
print

One flesh tone two •
ways: solid and
broken, done first
before print



new to this edition

Gel pen white
rendered over
flesh tone

Sharp pencil feathers
Delicate pencil fringes

Pencil
Print



• Companion DVD with video of author demonstrating mixed
media renderingtechniques
• additional focus on drawing men, children, luxury details,
and flats and specs
• Updated appendix containing more than 400 garment and
accessory references for fashion nomenclature

Transparent fabrics can display their see-through
characteristics with clever coloring manipulation for what lies
beneath—other fabrics or flesh tones.

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Dolce &
Gabbana

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