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Tilt the shoulders and hips to create active poses. Have necklines and hemlines wrap around to the back of the figure. Let fabric prints cut off at the seams or disappear over the edges. Experiment to keep your art fresh. Know when to fix a drawing, stop it, or scrap it.
Practice, practice, practice. Start by creating a fashion croquis, or rough sketch of the body: Lay tracing paper over a full-body picture of a model from a magazine and use a pencil to trace around the perimeter of her body. Draw lines to show the angles of her shoulders and hips.
Trace a center line down the front of her body and draw an oval for the head. Include circles for the elbows and knees. Remove the tracing paper from your model. On a piece of sketch paper, redraw your fashion model freehand, but lengthen the torso, arms, and legs. The new figure is taller and narrower and has a smaller head in comparison to the rest of her body.
Fashion figures almost always have long, slim torsos and long, slender limbs, which make the clothes look better. Use a black pen to draw over the areas of the body that you want to show. Erase the pencil lines. Drawing a fashion model freehand with basic lines and shapes. However, this time after drawing the balance line and putting down the 10 head marks tilt the shoulder line so that one side is higher.
Tilt the high hip, too, but with the opposite side higher. For example below, I made the right shoulder higher so the left hip would be higher in order to keep the figure balanced.
Try it yourself: If you tilt your shoulders, what happens to your hips? Additionally, by tilting parts of the body, the rest of the body will follow suit.
Anything above the high hip will follow the tilt of the shoulders, while everything below will follow the tilt of the hips, however all of these tilts will not be as severe as the shoulders and hips.
This keeps the figure balanced. Again, you can try this by shifting your weight to one foot. When this happens, the leg supporting all the weight cannot be bent.
Example of a walking pose: Notice the tilts including the subtle differences between the two knees. Now you can have fun and try drawing your own fashion figures!
To start, find poses to mimic by looking through magazines. To copy the pose, just remember to identify the balance line, the high shoulder, high hip, and the supporting leg the one which touches the balance line. What do you think?
Did you know about fashion proportions? Have you heard about measuring the body using heads? Did you find this tutorial helpful? Would you like to learn how to draw some basic poses? Tell me what you think by leaving a comment!