Commercial fashion-illustration on the American market

Online class
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Available right after purchase
During the online class Blair consecutively demonstrated the possibilities of using different materials in fashion illustration, told a few life hacks and let the audience in on the specifics of her work with the fashion brands in the US.


Blair Breitenstein
USA, fashion-illustration
Description
25 $
25$
- 15%
You will learn to:
Stylize fashion images
Capture the insight conveying the meaning of the fashion image
Find your signature style and level up your art
Working with fashion magazines
Use different materials, including watercolor pastel which is unusual for illustration
PLAN OF ONLINE CLASS
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction to the artist's technique, review of the materials..
Step-by-step creation of a male portrait in the author's technique with detailed comments. The final result is 1 painting.
MAIN BLOCK
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Communication with the artist, questions from the audience and detailed answers to them.
MATERIALS LIST
Watercolor pastel
Brush pens
Craft paper
Black acrylic
Black liner pen
Synthetic watercolor brush
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Commercial fashion-illustration on the American market

Opens immediately after payment
With a translation into Russian
Professional shooting in HD quality
Recording an online class as part of ARTLIFE FEST.
An online class where you will learn how to work with large bold strokes.


PRICE
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TRAINING PERIOD
25 $
About the artist:
Blair Breitenstein
Today Blair Breitenstein is one of the leading illustrators in the world fashion industry. The list of her clients includes Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Prada, her works are published in VOGUE and Vanity Fair. At first glance, Blair's illustrations look so approachable and easy that one may says: «I can do this too!» But try recreating and you will soon discover that the creator's technique is not as easy as it seems. Astonishingly accurate conveying complex elements through easy strokes is the signature feature of the artist's pieces. Blair purposefully refuses to use erasers and correction pens, according to her motto "art can be imperfect but that is what makes it art".
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