Painting Materials – Transparent Cloth

Posted on 2012/04/18 at 01:03 by daarken 5 Comments

Using the female standing pose from the previous tutorial, Daarken will show you the principles of painting transparent cloth. It is important to draw the figure underneath your clothing because the body informs what the clothing is doing. Drawing through your shapes will also help ensure that your anatomy lines up correctly when it comes out of the other side of the clothing.

5 Comments on "Painting Materials – Transparent Cloth"

  1. Maurice Wrede · 2012/04/18 at 02:30 · Reply

    Awesome! I’ve been waiting for a cloth lesson. May I ask if you could deepen this subject? Perhaps a more theoretical approach like: where to put wrinkles, how to draw believable textures like cotton/leather/silk etc, cloth in motion e.g. in the wind? Drawing dynamic cloth seems to be a rare topic to talk about in tutorials so I would appreciate that very much(surely others would do either;))

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!

    • pabgo · 2012/04/18 at 06:58 · Reply

      yes, please more info on cloth.

    • daarken
      daarken · 2012/04/18 at 09:14 · Reply

      Thanks! I will try to cover these in future tutorials.

  2. Judy · 2012/04/20 at 13:02 · Reply

    wow!!! Really nice, thanks for sharing as always!

  3. evaxe · 2012/04/23 at 22:37 · Reply

    this is very nice. i hope you do more clothing/fabric type tuts in the future. you should cover her whole body as a transparent clock/dress thing and render out her face and add a background (not for a tut but as some kind of illo.) seems like she could be some kind of greek oracle or something.

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