How to Draw Fall Fashions
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Capture the jean jacket look for a guy.
Sketch a male front torso. Create a boxy look by drawing side seams that come straight down from the armpit to the waist. Add a slight curve for the hem and place four buttons to the right of the center front line.
Draw the collar, neckline, and additional buttons. Draw a V under the chin to show the jacket slightly open. For the collar, add some triangles on both sides and a curve going around the neck. Add buttons on the left side of the open part of the center front line and buttonholes on the other.
Add in boxy sleeves down to the wrist. The fit of a jean jacket requires a slightly dropped armhole seam, so be sure to draw the armhole seam a little farther down than you would for a woman.
On both sides of the center front line, add in pockets and lines for fitting. Don’t forget to add a seam line at the cuff of the sleeve. Finish the drawing by adding rows of topstitching next to every seam line