Fashion Textiles sketchbook.. i just think it looks like a vintage sketchbook because of the old autumn like colours, various textures, illustrations and typography.. a lush mash of everything!

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Textiles Sketchbook richly illustrated with mixed media obsevational paintings + design research, fabric interpretations and fashion design development

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

Sleep Paralysis

FABULOUS A Level Textiles final piece - click on through to read the article & feast your eyes on more of this amazing work

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

These sketchbook pages have a formal, organised, uncluttered presentation style, with a minimal use of colour. Items are positioned carefully, allowing each piece of the design process to be appreciated fully. The project contains a thorough investigation of detail and pattern, with first-hand observation of moths and butterflies informing subsequent designs.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

Fashion Sketchbook - geometric fashion design & concept development for the chalky pastel, gem-inspired "Facets" collection; fashion portfolio // Nancy Robinson

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Mussel Shells Painting

Inspiration for sketch a day challenge day 33 ~ shells Mussel Shells Painting

Fashion Sketchbook with skeletal theme & interpretive designs; fashion design process; fashion portfolio

Fashion Sketchbook with skeletal theme & interpretive designs; fashion design process; fashion portfolio

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design with visual research, fashion sketches, surface texture & structure development; fashion portfolio // Natasha Elliott

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design with visual research, fashion sketches, surface texture & structure development; fashion portfolio // Natasha Elliott

Pencil, watercolour, coloured paper; how to cut negative areas of paper to create a pattern

Pencil, watercolour, coloured paper; how to cut negative areas of paper to create a pattern

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