How To Draw Fabric Folds: Drawing based on Leonardo da Vinci

How To Draw Fabric Folds: Drawing based on Leonardo da Vinci

50 Replies to “How To Draw Fabric Folds: Drawing based on Leonardo da Vinci”

  1. Do some more sketching of Di Vinci. And do some sketching of Camille Pissarro, john constable, and j.m.w turner.

  2. Wow. Thank you so much. This is a great video. I have tried so often to render folds though unsuccessfully. Just did my fist drawing since watching this video a few times and I am utterly amazed. It looks like folds, Not great yet, but happy that I can practice in the right direction now. Thank you again.

  3. Am I the only one seing a face on the far right of the drawing? Look for the bald pointy skull, the closed smilling mouth and the strong and tapering chin. It disapears at the very end of the drawing. Just an exemple of pareidolia on my part I suppose. :- )

  4. Thanks for this! I'm trying to learn how to draw in a more renaissance style, because I find it fascinating – I really appreciate this.

  5. Great. The pearl in this for me is how you articulate that what starts out as a hard line becomes eventually part of the gradient. Thank you.

  6. love it – I also like to use a stump for blending.  Stumps do really well when I do portraits too.

  7. Really good tutorial! Quick and consistent, without the usual anoying music in the background 😉

  8. Thank you for your in depth description and sharing your lovely drawing! I will certainly work on this technique.

  9. This is just stunning. I will have to practice a lot to be able to do this. Thanks for the explanation – all of a sudden it seems possible! 🙂

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