Fashion Illustration: How to Paint a Watercolor Fashion Face with Stylish Accessories

Nina Edwards, Fashion Illustrator

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10 Videos (48m)
    • 1. Introduction

      7:16
    • 2. Gathering Photo References and Inspiration

      3:16
    • 3. Watercolor Supplies

      5:29
    • 4. Watercolor Techniques: Wet-on-wet, Wet-on-dry, Splatter

      3:05
    • 5. Sketching the Fashion Portrait with Pencil

      8:05
    • 6. Sketching Earrings And Necklace with Pencil

      3:44
    • 7. Paining the Face and Features

      3:21
    • 8. Painting Hair and Accessories

      9:54
    • 9. Painting Background

      2:02
    • 10. Final Thoughts

      1:46

About This Class

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Welcome to my first Skillshare class!

This is a fun and easy beginning fashion art class. You will learn the basics of creating facial features, hair styles, hair colors, skin tones, makeup, and accessories, and will learn how to use watercolors along the way. This class is perfect for artists and fashion designers of all skill levels.

Specifically, I’ll show you step-by-step how to

    •    draw from photograph references

    •    draw fashion faces, eyes, noses, and mouths

    •    explore interesting fashionable hats, earrings, and necklaces

    •    choose the right watercolor supplies and paper for your projects

    •    create a fashion portrait on watercolor paper

 

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

excellent break down on how to get a professional look to fashion illustration
easy to follow instructions - would love to see some of the "skipped" steps (such as eyes, lips, first layer). More classes please! thank you!
Mercedes S.

watercolor enthusiast & creative soul

great class thanks

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Nina Edwards

Fashion Illustrator

I am an NY-based fashion illustrator with a love for contemporary glamour and elegant touches. I work with fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands to create modern and stylized illustrations for creative campaigns, editorial contents, surface patterns, branding and more!

I am also a adjunct professor at Pratt Institute, where I teach classes and workshops on fashion illustration, graphic design, and art licensing. I have been invited by fashion designers and PR firms many times ...

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