Clothing Technique Class
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Want to learn more about colouring Clothing on your favourite images? This class is focused on teaching you not only how to colour, but the why behind the techniques, using real art fundamentals to help you really learn and implement the techniques on your favourite images after the class lesson. This class is best viewed as a reference resource to help you colour any image. It is very in depth and can be completed by doing each tutorial, or using tutorials as you need with your own images.
This class is suitable for beginners right through to more advanced colourists.
In these videos we focus predominantly on Alcohol Markers, with colour blends included for Copic, Spectrum Noir, and Promarker. However, you can any brand of marker that you prefer, and any colour blends - we are focusing on technique which remains the same no matter what brand or colours you use.
Receive lifetime access to do at your own pace + download onto any device.
- One on one personalised feedback on every image you colour with our class instructor (not just class images!)
- Video Tutorials - over 39 downloadable videos
- Exercise Sheets with over 20 cropped images from the class videos for you to practice on
- Booklet - 76 page print at home (or view on the computer) theory booklet with step by steps
- Study at your own pace with no time limits
I'd love to help you feel more confident with your colouring and hope to see you join me in the classrooms! If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out anytime at email@example.com.
Receive the Lightsource Class FREE with purchase! (Value $15) Automatically applied in your classroom upon registration
Subjects covered include:
Types of light, shadows, direction, light quality, depth and distance
Llightsource: the body, colour theory, colour charts for all markers, blending
What, Why, How, Pipe Folds
What, Why, Box Pleats, Knife Pleats, Zig Zag Pleats
- Fabric and Textures
Creating Texture, Shiny Leather, Tartan, Neon, Sequins, Sheer Fabric
- Colour Effects
Dip Dyed Fabric, Iridescent Fabric, Illuminated Fabric, Patterns Drawing, Patterns Paper Pieced
- No Lines
What, Why, How and Colouring A4 Images