Live Encore: Drawing Clothes for Comic Characters by Gabriel Picolo — SkillShare — Free download

Design and draw trendy clothes for your illustrated characters.

Illustrator Gabriel Picolo has always been obsessed with streetwear culture, so when creating his comic book characters, he’s always outfitting them in something cool. In this 55-minute class—recorded using Zoom and featuring participation from the Skillshare community—Gabriel will walk you through his process of developing and drawing clothes that are perfect for the character.

To start, he’ll share a bit about the process of getting a character brief from a writer and choosing clothes that fit their personality. Then, you’ll get to watch Gabrial as he creates two different outfits, seeing every step from sketching to coloring to adding final details—and be invited to illustrate along with him. Along the way, students who participated in the live session were able to ask questions, giving you even more insight into how Gabriel uses color theory, different textures, and more to make his illustrated clothes look great.

Great for new comic book illustrators or more advanced ones who want to deepen their craft and see a master at work, you’ll walk away with some new tricks and techniques—and even a few challenges to continue practicing drawing clothes.

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