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Drawing Clothes And Folds

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Sorry for the big image and everything being so crowded together. This took a really long time, but I got practice coloring clothes from it…lol. So if you don’t learn anything from it at least I did XD A couple of people requested one so here it is :D I don’t know if I’ll ever make another tutorial I guess it depends. Hope you like it :)

September 5, 2005- Drawing Clothes And Folds Part Two: [link]

For using any part of the tutorial:

The tutorial and everything in it is copyright to me. If you want to use the models in this tutorial for practice that’s fine. If you draw clothes on one of the models and you really like it, I don’t mind you submitting your picture with the model in it as long as you include a link back to me or this tutorial. If you want to redraw any sketch, outline, or any other picture in the tutorial for practice that’s fine, BUT if you submit it you need to link me or the tutorial…and I’d love to see it :D You can get the models by saving the tutorial and cropping or you can screen cap them.
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Great job, it helps me a lot :)
kuschelirmel-stock's avatar
this is great! thanks so much for sharing! :heart:
mickmulvey's avatar
Such an amazing work done..Love it <3
thisisnasrin's avatar
Awsome! Great Work
If I stay with Crysa's Tutorial.I will be at my best.I will recommend you to all anime lover's.
LocketShoru's avatar
It has been a very long time since I've come to this tutorial, having memorized nearly everything in it. And yet, here I am, checking the girl's pink dress-skirt-zigzag-thingy in the preview because I'm drawing something similar and I have no effing clue how to draw it in a way it doesn't look weird.

Ahhh, memories. Still good eleven years later.
Please, somebody tell me,  how can I do to watch the tutorial? 
gee, this was so damn useful. thanks!
Alipeeps's avatar
Thank you so much for this! Really useful! :)
tmnt12345678910's avatar
Thank you very much!!! :D
rustam2013's avatar
Very creative work also I found this type of creative work at www.creativeclippingpath.com/
asdronin's avatar
Awesome tutorial, really well explained and illustrative, more specifically the squigly line trick is awesome I never thought about that, great idea =), and touching more possible options for the cloth and wrinkles to appear like when ground stops cloth tetc its great, really helpful, Im checking your other tutorials too, great work, your art is really cool too, keeo aking awesome stuff =)
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I can't find the tutorial :(
chunjihuli's avatar
click "download" under add to favourites c:
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