Fashion Drawing Summer School
Fashion illustration is one of the most important tools that fashion designers possess for conveying and developing their ideas. This dynamic and energetic course is aimed at fashion students of all levels, including those about to commence degree level fashion studies and those who love to draw simply for pleasure.
Weather you want to learn new skills or improve your existing ones, this course will help you develop a personal style. The course will be structured so that each day will focus on a specific area, all working from the model.
Through various techniques and themes including line pose and collage, and alongside exploring a wide range of materials, the course will help you develop your own style, allowing you to learn new skills or improve existing ones.
Throughout the course we encourage our students to work intuitively, and overcome fear - whether that be of drawing in general, or being paralysed by the thought of making a mistake!
Who should take this course?
The course is aimed at fashion students at all levels. Those who are about to start a degree in fashion should also benefit.
Entry requirements: None
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Helen Bullock is a London based Fashion Illustrator and Print designer, and has worked with brands including Ralph Lauren, Liberty, Louis Vuitton, & Sunday Times Style Magazine. She teaches Fashion Illustration at various institutions including Kingston University, Glasgow School of Art & Central Saint Martins.www.helenbullock.com
John Booth is Associate Lecturer in Fashion and Textiles on the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Central Saint Martins. He is a fashion illustrator and textile designer whose practice encompasses collage technique, experimentation with line, embroidery and textile manipulation. John also teaches on the BA Fashion at Westminster University and CSM Fashion Drawing summer courses. He has worked for Zandra Rhodes and John Galliano, and more recently has been designing print and consulting for Ashish.
Please bring with you to the first session:
- A2 cartridge paper (white plus a variety of colours)
- B pencils/ graphite pencil
- Water solluable pencil/s
- paint brushes of various sizes
- Black ink
- Water colours, paint (inks, acrylics)
- Mixing tray
- Pastels (oil and chalk)
- Prit- stick
- Masking tape 1"