Masterclass of cultural clothing design and drawing from around the world
Welcome to the Mastering Cultural Clothing Drawing: From Traditional to Modern Styles Course, an in-depth and comprehensive course that immerses you in the diverse world of clothing in different cultures using simplified methods. This course allows you not only to explore and analyze traditional clothing styles from 15 distinct cultures worldwide but also to learn how to observe, simplify, draw, and add details to forms that you see in the easiest possible way.
In this course, you will be exposed to various samples of male and female clothing styles from different cultures worldwide, including Armenia, Korea, Japan, China, Africa, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, America, Chile, Scotland, Britain, Thailand, India, and Persia. You will have the opportunity to explore each sample through different examples and work on the same subject with various mediums, enhancing your skills with every lesson.
The course will teach you the importance of color in culturally related clothing, and you will learn how to master pencil, fineliner, pen, markers, color pencil and watercolor, creating different material textures, painting intricate patterns and details, floral decorative patterns, color density, color mixing and blending, figure painting.
You will get to practice and master different mediums in this course, including detailed line drawing and doodle drawing.
Every country has its rich history and culture that influences its clothing styles for various occasions and eras, making them unique and distinguishable. This course enables you to explore this magical world while providing you with the simplest and easiest ways to recreate these characters and their special clothing with all their unique details.
The course also delves into the history of art and clothing styles, enabling you to enter that world easily. You will learn how to observe and analyze male and female clothing styles from different countries and cultures through time, figure painting, patterns, doodle drawing, detailed line drawing, and how to use negatives space technqiues.
Observation is a crucial tool in understanding different subjects and finding the easiest way to simplify their forms and work on them. A good observation allows you to include all definitive details that add more to your work. After a good observation, the course teaches you how to simplify the forms and include the details using different techniques based on the tools and materials used for each work. Each country and culture has unique details, and the course teaches you how to detect, analyze, and draw them.
The course is designed for both beginners and experienced art lovers who enjoy delving into new realms of art and experience more. With access to 37 HD tutorials and FREE additional resources, you will master different tools and materials such as fine liners, markers, color pencils, watercolors, brushes, and how t use them on different character drawing, modern and traditional style clothing, different style and theme, and creating specific material textures.
In summary, this course provides a holistic approach to studying clothing styles from different cultures worldwide using simplified methods and even going a few steps forward and learning about different cultures and their architecture and how to use those effects or actual building, get inspiration and use them on new cloth drawing.
Join us today and gain access to an immersive learning experience that caters to beginners and experienced art lovers alike.
What I will learn?
- How to use different tools and materials: fine liners, markers, color pencils, watercolors and brushes
- Character drawing
- Modern and traditional style clothing
- Figurative drawing
- Creating style and theme
- Creating different material textures
- Painting intricate patterns and details
- Detailed line drawing and doodle drawing
- Introduction to different tools and materials, and how to use them effectively
- Observation techniques for simplifying subjects and characters
- Studying different cultures and their clothing style
Clothing Analysis and Movement in Art13:32
Introduction to Clothing in Different Cultures03:13
Female Clothing Study Drawing: Armenia20:50
Male Clothing Study Drawing: Armenia04:55
Armenia Clothing Pattern with Organised Doodle Technique15:15
Armenian Clothing Patterns with Fast Sketch Technique07:07
Armenian Clothing Patterns: Adding Color08:01
Clothing Patterns with Advanced Line Drawing08:19
Fast Figure Drawing Sketches07:25
Advanced Style Clothing Design with Architectural Elements34:47
Female Clothing Study with Color Pencil: India35:13
Female Clothing Study with Color Pencil: Thailand14:15
Male Clothing with Pen, Color Pencil and Hatching style: Thailand45:44
Male Clothing Study with Pen and Marker Block Style: Thailand11:20
Male Clothing Line Drawing with Marker: Thailand09:23
Female Monarch Style Drawing and Coloring: England21:25
Block Style Female Monarch Drawing with Marker: England19:41
The Queen Elizabeth I Drawing and Coloring: England51:00
Male and Female Traditional Clothing Design for Dance: Scotland20:03
Modern Clothing Design for Dance Male and Female: Scotland11:57
Male Clothing Study, Drawing and Coloring: Chile18:29
Female Traditional Dress Evolution: America28:09
Drawing and Coloring Male Figure: Native America34:16
Traditional Clothing Study: Saudi Arabia30:03
Male and Female Clothing Design: Traditional Netherlands14:09
Advanced Line Drawing with Traditional Clothing Design: South Africa26:21
Traditional Clothing Design Examples: South Africa23:32
Female Traditional Clothing Study with Watercolor: China31:54
Female Traditional Clothing Design Variations: China34:11
Male Traditional Clothing Design with Watercolor: Japan40:42
Male Traditional Clothing Style Study: Korea18:06
Royal Imperial Male Clothing Design: Korea22:24
Royal Imperial Female Clothing Design: Korea23:03
Female Traditional Clothing Design with Watercolor: Russia30:13
Traditional Female Clothing Design: Persia13:33
Traditional Couple Clothing Design: Persia33:11
Student Ratings & Reviews
- Fine liner
- Color pencils
- No previous knowledge needed.
- Art lovers
- Art students
- Anyone who wishes to learn drawing characters and different clothing styles