jeudi 7 mai 2009

ILLUSTRATION: Dessiner la mode

Découvrez le livre de 112 pages "Dessiner la mode" de Henri Olivier, paru fin avril 2009. Best-seller, il s'est déjà vendu à plus de 249.595 exemplaires.


«Apprendre a dessiner la mode ou comment devenir styliste : Un carnet de dessin spiralé avec porte mine critérium et gomme. 16 pages imprimées en couleur présentent en modèle : des tops modeles habillés et en situation de défilé de mode, des chevelures, des chaussures, des jupes, des robes, des pantalons, des types d'encolures et d'emmanchures. 96 pages présentent sur papier offset (sur lequel on peut dessiner) des silhouettes imprimées à habiller suivant son imagination à l'aide de crayons ou de feutres».


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Découvrez le livre de 144 pages "The Encyclopedia of Fashion Illustration Techniques: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Visual Guide to Fashion Design" de Carol A. Nunnelly, paru en mai 2009.


«The latest in our essential Encyclopedia of Art series puts the spotlight on the catwalk to provide a practical compendium of all-media fashion design techniques. Suitable for beginners as well as experienced illustrators, this book takes readers step-by-step through precise techniques used by professionals. Learn to depict fabric textures and folds, work with color and tone to create the illusion of body forms, and transform real-life model poses into stylized figures. Containing a visual gallery of over 500 illustrations to clarify each method described, this book is an essential guide to help designers, fashion mavens, and even amateur doodlers, communicate their ideas and develop a unique graphic style».

Living in USA, please use this LINK to buy this book.
Living in Canada, please use this LINK to buy this book.
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Découvrez le livre de 504 pages "Fashion Sketchbook" de Bina Abling, paru en juin 2007.


«With new and revised illustrations and instructions, this edition of Fashion Sketchbook is still providing students with a comprehensive course on sketching the fashion figure, fabric shapes, and garment details. Abling's directions are easy to follow and detailed, using minimum narrative and numerous diagrams. Fashion Sketchbook, 5th Edition, explains step-by-step how to draw women, men, and children; pose the figure; develop the fashion head and face; sketch accessories; include garment details; and prepare flats and specs».

Living in USA, please use this LINK to buy this book.
Living in Canada, please use this LINK to buy this book.
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Découvrez le livre de 624 pages "Rendering Fashion, Fabric and Prints with Adobe Photoshop" de M. Kathleen Colussy et Steve Greenberg, paru en janvier 2004.


«For Textile Design, Fashion Illustration and Graphic Design courses. This is the only step-by-step how-to guide of its kind to address all aspects of desired textile/surface design effects using Adobe Photoshop. From a description of various ways to get results, to the best way for presenting work created in the textile/surface design industry, the combined talents of the two authors successfully addresses the education classroom issues as well as industry related challenges in a text utilizing the most successful industry standard software on the market today».

Living in USA, please use this LINK to buy this book.
Living in Canada, please use this LINK to buy this book.
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