How to draw: fashion designer tricks | Fashion drawing tutorial | Justine Leconte



Watch this video to know how professional fashion designers can draw so many looks so quickly. I demonstrate the process and guide you through all the steps of drawing a woman:

1) Make a plan of the outfit you want to draw
2) Choose a pose that will best show the outfit
3) Draw only the clothes, in pencil
4) Draw the girl and the clothes with a black pen
5) Erase the remaining pencil marks
Done!

With the tips & tricks I give you in this video, and with a bit of practice, you will be able to draw a look in one minute!
If you find this video useful, give me a thumb up, subscribe to this channel and tell people about it! Thanks :-*

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MORE FASHION DRAWING TUTORIALS

How to draw faces – Fashion drawing for beginners part 6:

How to draw the back view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 5:

How to draw the side view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 4:

How to draw legs and feet – Fashion drawing for beginners part 3:

How to draw the fashion figure in front view – Fashion drawing for beginners part 2:

Fashion drawing for beginners, basic principles – part 1:

Watch the making-of video of Project #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv9Q8juv6sg

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49 thoughts on “How to draw: fashion designer tricks | Fashion drawing tutorial | Justine Leconte

  1. Justine leConte…I love your videos..they are very simple easy and practical..there is one request.. please do a tutorial on the different poses that you have used a template (croquis on the tracing paper) to draw the dress..

  2. @justineleconte I just love Ur videos…. Could you please make a video on how you have done the different poses of the model on the tracing sheet….it would be really helpful… please make a video on that…

  3. Hi @justine I have a question, I'm starting my own apparel business in western outfit in bulk like top skirts pants and one piece, so pls suggest me either sketching in book or in software what is better and convenient , how brands do it.

  4. Im a landscape designer because of my parents, but i really interest with fashion design. Hope i can reach my dream from your tutorial and other sources. Thanks btw!

  5. Hi Justine, I just discovered your channel and for a few days now I am still browsing through your videos. I am a plus-size woman and always wanted to design my clothing as I rarely find the clothes I would like and feel comfortable in and when I need them, so I found very useful this video and a few more as well. Now I have a question and I would love if you have the time to answer it: are there any tips and tricks in designing for plus size? as you said in one of your videos, just scaling up the initial design does not actually guarantee that the same dress on a S figure would look just as good on an XL figure (my experience is vast in this matter, the most miss-fit article I bought was a pair of boxers, I was so happy I found them in my sz, ordered them online and when i got them I realized that although they were wide enough to fit me, the height was only scaled up and did not take into account that an XL person might have some extra belly and that will make the boxers to just roll out under the belly, not comfortable and not pleasing to be seen under the trousers 🙁 ). So, besides the materials and the advise you already offered on the body shapes videos, what else should I take into account when designing for plus size? Thanks a million!

  6. I want to be a fashion designer but i can't even draw. If I draw i always stress myself out because it's really ugly. I'm always afraid that i'm not gonna be able to reach my dream but hey i have a second choice.

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