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I by myself am doing this and that. Art doodles, handcrafts, glass work, cosplay, gaming, roleplaying, list goes on. I'm a young woman in my 20s living in Finland, Tampere, and study in Tampere University of Applied Sciences' Degree Programme in Media (an English interactive media program). My dearest dream in the moment is to own a cat. *u*
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Again please excuse my rough drawings ;;; here is a quick and basic explanation!
While I believe everyone has their own methods to drawing creases and folds, here is one I usually follow. I don’t concentrate on details much but I focus on the general shapes of the folds- we all understand that cloth overlaps each other when it creases and such. My instructors had taught me its all about the triangles.
Whenever there is a tension in the cloth, it creates a focal point to that area that is causing the tension. All these creases basically form shapes like triangles! For example:
Holding up a cloth with two hands, all the tension areas are drawn to the hands holding up the cloth. See all the tension points creating triangular crease shapes?
Another example with shirts- if someone is wearing a tight shirt, the arm hole usually hugs around the arm pit more. (thats why you can tell if you are comfortable or not if you can move your arm around in a sleeve). With a baggy shirt, tension is created with the object holding the fabric up, and gravity is pulling down on the sleeves.
Its easy to get way too focused on the detailing of creases- let loose a bit! Don’t worry about making the perfect crease and fold or else you might end up a whole sleeve of unnecessary creases (unless if you are intentionally drawing a large baggy sleeve that makes a lot of creases).
Here are some photo examples~ this is one of Robert Downey Jr. because he is lovely to look at :>
And one on long flowy gowns:
Hope this helps! x_x;;;
Did she ever rebel as a kid, do anything at all naughty or unexpected? “There’s this cough syrup called Linctifed, and it was red and it was delicious. I went and I drank the whole bottle of it, and then I replaced it with water. I got into a lot of trouble for that.” (x)
Tiny Toadstool. <3
sharky shirts came in mail !!!!
(designs by areyoutryingtodeduceme !)
2013 Indian street fashion
1300-1400 clothing of Lower Empire
DIY knockoff MILK Cat Bag Tutorial and Template from Make My Lemonade here. This bag has been all over Tumblr and fashion sites. Top Photo: $237 (sold out) MILK Cat Bag here. Bottom Photo: DIY by Make My Lemonade. I translated the site from French to English using Chrome and it is running quite slowly. To see the bag in an outfit/GIF post go here.
Lupita Nyong’o at the 86th Annual Academy Awards
Lupita Nyong’o poses in the press room with the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “12 Years a Slave” during the 86th Annual Academy Awards
collections that are raw as fuck ➝ dolce & gabbana f/w 2013-14
Kitten paws from Syndrome store. ♥
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