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Fashion Rendering with Color by Bina Abling
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Fashion Rendering with Color

by Bina Abling

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Something that comes as a surprise to a lot of people is the fact that most of this book is black&white. In fact, it turns a lot of people off this book.
DON'T LET IT.
The black and white is actually more helpful than I think full-color pages would be, because instead of focusing on the color you focus on various shades of grey. It helps you learn the techniques of shading faster and with less dependency on a certain hue to achieve the effect. What I found the most interesting by far was learning how to render different textures and patterns - so many people do this on the computer now but it's important to learn how to do it by hand as well. ( )
  makaiju | Jul 5, 2006 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0130144606, Paperback)

This up-to-date business tool for artists learning job skills, demonstrates—with clarity and precision—the beginning, middle, and advanced techniques for marker and water color rendering for the fashion industry. Its focus and approach demystify the rendering process in simple, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions—with specific examples that encourage practice and confidence in either media of choice. A fundamental format builds on skill and proficiency, and it contains a gradual, natural progression of style into more complex and detailed techniques. Chapter topics include design room skills, sketching/rendering for a collection, quick tips for illustrating fabrics, line quality; flesh tones; solid coloring; white fabrics; simple prints; fall fabrics; knitwear; and glamour fabrics. For fashion designers, designers assistants, and stylists.

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