Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Draw Creases


Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene made this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday at the request of one of our students, Joanna, who wanted to know how to draw the creases you see in clothing accurately.

Perfect timing on this: One of the klasses coming up in our kourse is Vin Ganapathy‘s special tutorial on portraits (a klass you won’t want to miss). Part of drawing people includes their clothing, which usually has some intricate wrinkles, and folds.

How to draw them accurately? Watch this video and you’ll know!

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