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Published: JAN 26, 2017
Fashion Flats and Technical Drawing is a step-by-step workbook for learning technical drawing and flat sketching skills. With more than 500 hand-drawn and CAD-rendered flats and 100 photos of finished samples showing how a sketch translates to a 3D garment, the book covers a range of garments and construction details used to communicate fashion designs for portfolios and production. Abling and DaCosta progress from basic design construction details such as darts, gathers, and trims to essential garment styles including skirts, tops, dresses, pants, jackets and coats. The book includes unique coverage of presentation of flats in a portfolio and critical step of preparing flats for a technical package and productions. Downloadable figure templates and flats library are available online. This book is an essential resource for fashion designers to learn technical drawing skills that effectively communicate fashion design concepts.
· Shows front-view and back-view flats, select side-view and 3/4-view flats, plus variations for menswear and childrenswear
· Covers basic CAD techniques, how to use the pen tool, and methods for translating hand-drawn flats to digital drawings
· Guest Artist features showcase professional designer styles for flats to inspire creativity
· Practical format includes lay-flat spiral binding and drawing practice pages with grids and figure templates
Fashion Flats and Technical Drawing STUDIO
· Download figure templates and basic garment flats that can be used in different CAD programs or printed out for reference or practice
· Access extra drawing exercises and project using women’s, men’s, and children’s flat figure templates
· Review concepts with flashcards of essential fashion vocabulary
· The Instructor’s Resources include sample course syllabi, test questions, visual quizzes and grading guidelines.
This bundle includes Fashion Flats and Technical Drawing and Fashion Flats and Technical Drawing STUDIO Access Card.
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Published: DEC 05, 2013
Dictionary of Fashion, 4th Edition builds on the success of previous editions with over 15,000 entries, including apparel, accessories, and their components, historical and textiles terms that relate to contemporary fashion and the language of the fashion industry. Tortora and Keiser organize terms over fifty broad categories that are fully cross-referenced to the alphabetical listing to promote understanding of related terminology. Lavishly illustrated with over 800 illustrations capturing the styles and details of fashion, this reference work is a must have for students, designers, fashion merchandisers, historians, and fashion enthusiasts.
Published: APR 19, 2012
Fashion 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 garment details, and prepare flats and specs. Abling’s detailed, easy-to-follow lessons are accompanied by Women’s Wear Daily photographs from the showroom and the runway that accelerate comprehension and lead to the diversification of drawing skills.
Introducing Fashion Sketchbook STUDIO--an online tool for more effective study!
~Study smarter with self-quizzes featuring scored results and personalized study tips
~Visual flashcards help you identify the basics of garment details and silhouettes and
terms for the shapes, construction, and detailing of garment categories
~Watch videos demonstrating mixed media rendering techniques for figure analysis, fleshtone rendering, rendering garment details, drawing flats, rendering stripes and other prints, and rendering high end fabrics
~Each video includes a list of supplies and an explanation of how the demonstrations align
with the book chapters
~Redeeming the code inside this card will give you full access to the content previously contained on the DVD or CD packaged with this book
This bundle includes Fashion Sketchbook 6th Edition and Fashion Sketchbook STUDIO Access Card.
|Hardback + Studio||9781501395352|
|eBook + Studio||9781501395987|
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Published: AUG 29, 2008
This handy studio reference teaches draping, drafting, and drawing the way they are practiced in the industry: by integrating them throughout the creative process. Integrating Draping, Drafting, and Drawing illustrates the design process, encompassing sketch and garment pattern development, and creates bridges between studio methods and design illustration. Chapters are presented as hands-on learning experiences with lessons that mimic classroom demonstrations. Step-by-step photographs portray the draping process in a sculptural way rather than using illustrations, which cannot truly depict the response of fabric draped on a dress form. Throughout the book, instructions for producing patterns and slopers—skirts, bodices, necklines and collars, and sleeves—are presented, along with variations, so that students will be able to drape, draft, and draw complete garments. The concluding chapter of the book is devoted to drawing exercises based on the work of 20th century designer Donald Brooks.
Published: SEP 15, 2005
With the growing trend of licensing apparel, accessories, and home fashions under a single logo, today’s students must expand their portfolios to include concepts with broader applications. Marker Rendering for Fashion, Accessories, and Home Fashions provides detailed instructions for marker rendering methods relevant to a variety of products. Allowing designers to express their ideas immediately, the marker is an essential tool for the design professional. The author’s step-by-step instructions provide a sound introduction to the skills that students need, and teaches methods of overlapping media applications for an assortment of colors, patterns, and materials. The lessons are taught as a progression of skills, building slowly from basic to complex rendering methods used in the design industry today.
Published: MAY 05, 2003
This new reference provides a broad overview of contemporary fashion accessories. Not only does the work focus on individual categories of fashion, but it also examines the components from which accessories are constructed. This encyclopedia is a comprehensive resource for anyone seeking information about fashion accessories.
Published: MAY 01, 2003
This book and accompanying CD-ROM are a complete step-by-step guide to fashion model drawing. Expanding on Chapter 3 of Fashion Sketchbook, 3rd edition, Abling explains and decodes the process of sketching women, men and children in accordance with fashion industry standards, while still leaving room for the students own aesthetic interpretation. Numerous photos and detailed illustrations accompany simple, easy-to-follow instructions. The addition of grids for practice drawings throughout each chapter makes Model Drawing both a textbook and workbook.