A chance to develop your ideas and creative skills through the medium of fashion illustration. On this fashion illustration course you'll study different methods of illustration and recording work in the context of fashion, and learn conventional and new media techniques...
Taught by: Ana Stankovic-Fitzgerald.
A chance to develop your ideas and creative skills through the medium of fashion illustration. On this fashion illustration course you'll study different methods of illustration and recording work in the context of fashion, and learn conventional and new media techniques. The idea is to find your own visual language and unlock your creativity through experimentation, from concept to completion. The course is suitable for beginners, but does not cover the basics of fashion drawing, so those students without any previous drawing experience will be encouraged to look at other ways of translating their ideas into fashion illustration styles.
The course includes:
- Creating a fashion illustration
- Developing your visual vocabulary
- Exploring different media and techniques
- Interpreting concepts and ideas
- Importance of keeping a sketchbook
- Developing a personal drawing style
- Exploring colour palettes
- Understanding the wider role of fashion illustration
Beginners. You should have an interest in the subject area and a desire to learn but no previous experience is required.
Your course place is confirmed once you have booked online or via the phone using a credit or debit card. There is no deadline for booking. Places are offered on a first come, first served basis, and all courses have a maximum number of students. We suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.
Ana Stankovic-Fitzgerald has been teaching on a variety of drawing courses at LCF since 2003. She studied drawing, painting, print-making and sculpture in the Faculty of Fine Art at the University of Visual & Performing Arts in Belgrade, specialising in painting. She is a practicing illustrator and member of the Association of Illustrators and has had freelance commissions published online, in magazines, books, as advertisements and in corporate literature. She is passionate about the craft of drawing and she has a vast knowledge and expertise in utilising & experimenting with various media including charcoal, ink, watercolours, collage, markers, pastels, acrylics, oils & Photoshop. Over the years, Ana has devised and delivered Fashion Drawing workshops for various institutions, including Design Museum Drawing Fashion Exhibition, Fashion Space Gallery, Topolsky Century Gallery, Futureversity and numerous charities.
Students will be told what to bring during the first lesson.
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