I decided to do a study in jeans for a better understanding of how cloth folds. Depending on the material, the length, and the cut, there are many different ways a pair of jeans can crumple-- I decided to study photos of straight-cut and slim-fit jeans from a few different angles.
very nice details!
Incredible !!! Thank you for another fantastic lesson is helpful for those who want to learn a better use of lights and shadows. fantastic work. Thanks!!! X3
Oh damn, I've been needing this!
it's just.....awesome !!!
These are very helpful.
Great, main of my problems are bad shadows and not perfect proportions. Hope I will overcome this trhough good artists like you etc!
Where do you find your reference material?
great for reference!
Holy hell this is good. o.o
looks quite helpful
thank you so much, I wanted to study the clothes stuff and this is exactly what I need
too cool!! I feel like I want to cry... TT___TT
when I could make something like that?
Which one is the slim/skinny cut jeans...?
Thanks for sharing!
Holy moly, you're really good at this.
Do you ever draw this stuff from memory?
wow... . this is really helpful.. and amazing detail...
this looks great and it's a very helpful study! Thanks for sharing!
Studies are awesome :V
Very nice. Folds are a nightmare, even with reference, but you rocked these!
wow!! so good
I love the style! Great work!
Such beautiful jeans! drawing jeans has always been my favorite part of drawing people. I still have a lot to learn about how it folds and properly looks though.
Hey, me too-- I'll definitely need to do a few more of these before I get a proper grasp of cloth folding
As unbelievably amazing as these are, I'm afraid that the material doesn't look like denim. They're shiny and look as though they are made of something plastic-like or what a futuristic spacesuit might be made of. I'm not trying to say that this isn't a GREAT collection of drawings- (it is!), but the material (to me) doesn't look like blue jean material. Your understanding of the way that clothing is shaped and draped is fantastic though!
Ah, sorry-- misleading title. Most of these were actually drawn from other varieties, not blue denim. You're right though, this was primarily a study of cloth folding and I somewhat stupidly implied it was about the material
Thanks for pointing it out ^^
Thanks for not being offended. As your goal was the way clothing folds/wrinkles/drapes, you succeeded 100%. I have lots of trouble with those very things myself, so I will study this drawing seriously. O.O *stares*
amazing, interesting study, I shold do the same(I'm so lazy *shotmyself*)
Pretty impressive job on the folds and creases and the shading at the same time!
Looks good man. I need to get back on this type of stuff.
You totally should! I only started doing art studies this year and I gotta say, I wish I'd started sooner-- it's a good way to tide over an art block or unwind from big projects.
That is some denim to die for!
I adore how neat this is.
I adore how neat this is.
Nice work! I do need to work on my clothing drawing techniques more!
Great work, I could never focus that much and draw the amount of folds like that if I drew pants