Learn to draw Fashion Sketches and Become a Fashion Designer
What you'll learn
- You will learn to become a Fashion Designer
- You will learn to design beautiful clothes
- You will learn to draw fashion sketches
- You will learn to become fashion designer without sewing
- You will learn to become a fashion designer in your teen age
- Interest in learning
- Open minded
- Be creative
- Have good fashion sense
Welcome to the course on ''Learn to draw fashion sketches and become a Fashion Designer''
There is no formal education or certification required to become a successful fashion designer, but that doesn't make the feat any easier. To become a fashion designer, you will need to have a combination of drawing, sewing, and design skills, a knowledge of the fashion industry, and unparalleled perseverance. You'll also need to create a strong fashion portfolio and strengthen your knowledge of business and finance in general. Fashion design is an exciting, constantly evolving field. It also takes a lot of work, and can be incredibly competitive. If you want to become a successful fashion designer, you have a long road ahead of you, but there are some straightforward steps you can take to begin the process.
Making fashion designs means either designing great fashions, or actually making your designs into fashion items. It's easy to do just for fun, but hard to do for any serious purpose, such as a career or in a project if you are studying design. You can keep it very simple, or, make fashion designs like a professional fashion designer. In the fashion world, new designs are presented in the form of hand-drawn sketches before they’re actually cut and sewn. First you draw a croquis, the model-shaped figure that serves as the base of the sketch. The point is not to draw a realistic-looking figure, but a blank canvas of sorts on which to display illustrations of dresses, skirts, blouses, accessories and the rest of your creations. Adding color and details like ruffles, seams and buttons helps to bring your ideas to life.
It's obvious what you should do after you leave high school...but what can you do as a teen to prepare for a career in fashion design? It's not as hard as it seems and there are lots of ways that you can set yourself up for real success as a fashion designer. Don't expect to become the next Alexander McQueen overnight. Designers use fashion figure drawings to express their ideas on paper. Generally, each designer has a signature fashion figure they use over and over. This figure is generally lanky, with extremely long body and thin limbs. This course will show you how to draw a generic fashion figure that can be versatile and suit your desired needs.
If you've ever wanted to design fabulous fashion pieces but didn't know where to start, there are simple ways you can get your creative energies flowing! Start with putting together a fashion design notebook so you can have a tangible collection of your designs all in one place. It's a great way to impress your friends and colleagues, and it's easy to get started.
Course covers important and easy methods to become fashion designer and to design clothes and much more.
So we will cover
Learn to become a Fashion designer
Learn to Design clothes
Become a fashion designer without Sewing
Learn to draw Fashion sketches
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to become a Fashion designer and want to learn to draw fashion sketches and much more.
Hello Every One!
My Name is Fatima khan. I'm a science enthusiast. I have more than 8 years of experience in Teaching different courses. I have a lot of knowledge and experience in educational courses like Science and Fashion designing. I want to create a lot of courses on different topics.
Because I believe that teaching is an art, like an artist, you need to be creative to become a good teacher. I always look for different things to do to help students get the information in the easiest way.
I have a lot of experience in Fashion designing , Arts and Science. Fashion designing has been my lifelong passion.
Now I joined Udemy to share my knowledge and experience with students.