How to Create Depth in Fabric Drawings with Texture
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Draw a textured jacket with stippling.
Stippling is a technique of drawing tiny little dots, and it never looks better than when you use it to add texture on a great-looking wool jacket or sensible, slimming pencil skirt. Stippling works well on fabrics with a rough texture, such as wool, crepe, and sequins.
Stippling dots represent holes, nubbing, flecks in the material, or areas where the threads overlap in the weave structure.
Draw the top half of a fashion dude. Map out a jacket. Stipple and cross-hatch the jacket throughout the design.