Video: More Fashion Illustration Basics from Yelen Aye
Fashion illustrator and SewStylish author Yelen Ayé showed you the basics of drawing fashion figures in a recent web video. In this new video, Yelen shows you how to refine the details of a fashion figure-creating more realistic effects and a finished appearance to hands, facial features, and expressions. Follow along as he first demonstrates key techniques and then guides you through the process of refining your own fashion illustrations from various visual perspectives.
That was amazing!
The ease of creating something from nothing is truly a talent.
You are amazingly clear and make this so geometric. Thank you, I just love watching your illustrations
Riveting. It looked so easy watching. Then I tried it on my own. Not so easy. But I'll watch it again and try again. Thanks for this.
I love this series of video! I watched the first video and learned a lot. This second video further teaches us the details of fashion illustration. Thank you!
I'll watch again and again!
That was amazing !! But it is so difficult! My girl doesn't have a pretty face:(
wow i'm so thanks for this video
I took Yelen's class at the ASG Conference in LA (2011). He is a great teacher, he made it all so easy. I couldn't believe I drew fashion illustrations! I need to practice to keep up the skill!
Many thanks for putting this together! Fun, clear and fascinating class - but the women drawn look nothing like real woman! So sad. No wonder women are so often disappointed when they put on the clothes.
The ratios he gives however, are very helpful and it turns out you can adapted his technique to more closely resemble actual women (who aren't starving) and a variety of races. I really had fun working with the shapes he teaches to fill them out to represent the women who would be wearing my clothes.
Thanks again for this great video!
My family and I are truly amazed by the transformation in my Fashion sketches since I have begun studying Yelen's tutorials...thanks so much! I will continue learn more...Debbie Florez from Your Wildest Seams
I loved it. The fashion illustrations were wonderful. I can use them. Posted 2/14/13