|Uploaded:||January 13, 2011|
|Updated:||January 13, 2011|
Yesterday I forgot to upload a lesson that teaches the novice or even intermediate artist "how to draw a skirt", step by step. Now it’s no secret that drawing clothes can sometimes be a challenging task, but if you learn from a good tutorial properly, you should be able to draw skirts and other clothes rather simply. There really isn’t anything to creating a skirt, especially a piece of clothing that is one piece, short, and designed to your liking. Skirts are short versions of a dress. They were created or made to cut out the whole complexity of wearing a full length one piece dress. Did you ever look at a dress and loved the bottom half, but hated the top portion of the dress. Well, that is one of the reasons why I think the shirt was made. Back in the fifties young ladies either wore long length skirts that hugged their body from the waist, down to the knee, or there where the younger girls that wore poodle skirts which were very full of fabric, puffy, and perfect for dancing in. Anyways the skirt that I drew is what you typically see on an older manga or anime teen. Of course if you are learning from this lesson because you want to learn "how to draw a skirt" for a for real figure, all you have to do is be more practical in the design. Besides that, you should have a blast with this lesson as you walk your way through the ins and outs of making clothes. Peace people.