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Harness the power of Adobe Photoshop for rendering your fashion croquis and costume designs, taking your sketches from concept to completion. These techniques are not limited to fashion use; they're perfect for all designers and illustrators. Join Robin Schneider as she shows you how to scan, clean, color, and render your hand-drawn illustrations with tricks for adding faces and hair. Then learn how to use filters and brushes to replicate fabric textures like linen, flannel, wool, denim, or fur, and make those fabrics wrap around the body with the Transform and Puppet Warp tools. Robin will also show how to lay out your ideas on presentation boards in a way that will make clients and buyers take notice.
[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Robin Schneider, and welcome to Photoshop for Fashion Design: Rendering Techniques. In this course, we'll look at how to use Photoshop for rendering fashion croquis and costume illustrations. I'll start by showing you how to scan and render your own hand sketches. Then I'll show you how to use filters to create fabric textures. We'll explore how to texture map fabric so it appears to wrap around the body, using transform and puppet work. And I'll show you how to make brushes for things like faux fur and hair.
This course focuses on techniques used by fashion and costume designers. But has lots of great information that can be used by anyone. It includes how to organize layers, get the most out of your brushes, and set up your files for those last minute color and fabric changes. We'll be covering all of these features, plus plenty of other tools and techniques that you can use to enhance your illustrations and save time. Now, let's get started with Photoshop for Fashion Design: Rendering techniques.
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