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Get into UK Medical School For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Nervous about applying to medical school? There’s no need! With the right approach and preparation you’ll give yourself a head start of the competition. This Cheat Sheet gives you the key things to know [more…]

Pursuing Corporate Finance Professionally

You've decided that a career in corporate finance is absolutely your life's calling, so what do you do next? You need to bone-up on some essential mathematical and computer skills that not everyone warns [more…]

How to Draw Pockets on Fashion Pants

Pockets play a key role when you’re drawing pants. Some are easy to see from the outside (usually in jeans), and others are sort of hidden in the side seams [more…]

How to Draw Different Types of Fashion Hair

Even though hair isn’t the main focus of a fashion illustration, it adds to the overall look and can portray a certain style. However, you don’t have to follow any specific hair rules. If you prefer wild-looking [more…]

How to Draw Various Hairstyles on Female Fashion Figures

To make the most of your female fashion figures, you need to be able to draw short hair, long hair, simple hair, fancy hair, and everything in between. No matter what hairstyle you choose when drawing [more…]

How to Draw Hairstyles for Male Fashion Figures

Although men usually have fewer choices in hairstyling than women, you still have to master the main male hairstyles. Keep in mind that men also have another hairy area to consider: the face. You can hair [more…]

How to Draw Hairstyles for Fashionable Children

You rarely see a kid with a fantastic ’do. When you draw fashions for children, make sure your figures have simple hairstyles. In real life, you rarely see a kid with a fantastic [more…]

How to Draw a Basic Shirt on Your Fashion Figures

Blouses, sweaters, and T-shirts come in so many fantastic styles that having to choose which one to draw is like being in a candy store — where do you start? As always, you start with the basic shapes [more…]

Add Details to Drawings of Basic Fashion Shirts

In fashion drawing, you’re either copying something that’s already been designed — drawing something you see on the street or runway — or designing a garment as you draw. Either way, you’ll discover endless [more…]

How to Draw the Perfect T-Shirt on Fashion Figures

Ah, the T-shirt! The tee is easy to draw, and it lends itself to all kinds of fun prints. Throughout the years, the T-shirt has made its way from the gym teacher’s wardrobe to the high-fashion runway and [more…]

How to Draw Polo Shirts for Fashion

Polos are shirts made out of knit fabric, which means they stretch and are quite comfortable to wear. They’re like T-shirts but dressier. The neckline on the polo has a collar and a placket with several [more…]

How to Dress Up the Button-Down Shirt

The button-down shirt hangs in everyone’s closet these days. For guys, it’s standard dress in many offices, and it’s a staple in nearly every woman’s wardrobe. Little boys wear a button-down with a tie [more…]

How to Draw Fashion Sweaters and Sweatshirts

Sweaters are great layering pieces that keep your model warm and fashionable all at once. Some sweaters open from the front, and others go on over the head. Sweaters are always made of some type of stretchy [more…]

How to Draw a Basic Pair of Fashion Pants

Pants are pretty simple to draw: They start around the waist and follow the legs down to the vicinity of the feet . . . although in today’s fashion, they can also start somewhere around the middle of the [more…]

Draw the Waistband, Belt Loops, and Flys to Fashion Pants

Drawing the waistband and belt loops on a pair of fashion pants takes just a few simple steps. The complication factor comes from the variety of ways you can design the look. You can alter the number of [more…]

How to Draw Shoes for Kids

Kids’ shoes are all about comfort. Fashion-illustration kids often sport sneakers, but you have other footwear choices as well. Boots, flip-flops, and sandals all work for kids as well as adults. [more…]

How to Add Topstitching to Fashion Pants

Topstitching, which is thread stitched on the fabric that can be seen from the outside, can add the detail that distinguishes one pair of pants from another. Topstitching can have both a functional and [more…]

How to Draw Stylish Cuffs and Hems on Fashion Pants

Even the bottoms of pants should look sharp in fashion illustration. To accomplish this, use curved lines to wrap the bottom of the pants around the ankle, foot, or calf [more…]

How to Draw a Woman's Pants Wardrobe

Women’s pants are fun to draw, and the varieties are endless. The waistlines, length, and fit are constantly changing. Designing pants can be such fun when you think about the placement of pockets and [more…]

How to Draw Pants for Male Fashion Figures

A man’s gotta have pants. You can draw dozens of different looks for men’s pants. A well-dressed guy turns heads. Fit is important when you’re going for a tailored look, and for students, the style is [more…]

How to Draw Pants for Girls and Boys

For drawing kids’ pants, almost all the same rules apply for drawing pants for men and women. The rules for women work for girls, with differences in the curves of the body; girls tend to have a boxier [more…]

How to Draw Gorgeous Fashion Gowns

Most fashion illustrators love to draw fancy dresses and create a glamorous mood. With gowns for women, just about anything goes, and as a fashion artist, you get to go to new and exciting places with [more…]

How to Draw Men's Formalwear

Although men’s formalwear doesn’t have nearly the variety of styles that women’s fancy dresses do, you can still tailor the look. What looks better than a well-cut jacket and a pair of pants that hang [more…]

How to Draw Party Dresses for Girls and Tweens

You need to know how to draw age-appropriate dresses for young girls and preteens. Wearing a party dress makes a little girl feel like a fairy or a princess or, well, a fairy princess. You may not be able [more…]

How to Draw Boys' Formal Clothes

You should have no problems getting your fashion-drawing boys to dress up just the way you want them to (unlike the real versions). Sooner or later, a boy has to get dressed up for a holiday, a family [more…]

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