How to Draw the Perfect T-Shirt on Fashion Figures
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Try drawing tank top variations.
Tank tops are basically T-shirts without sleeves. The shirt sits on the shoulders in a variety of ways. Men may wear tank tops around the house and under dress shirts, but women aren’t shy about running around in tank tops in public.
Tanks are easy to draw, because they’re nothing more than the basic shirt without the sleeves. Tanks usually have a tighter fit than T-shirts. You can vary the tank top details in the same way as tees, with different necklines and detailing:
Spaghetti straps: Thin straps connect the front and back of the tank over the shoulders. Camisoles are a variation of this type of tank top.
A-shirt: These shirts are form-fitting and have wider straps that go over the shoulders. They’re often lightly ribbed.
Halter top: The straps on these tanks meet behind the neck. They may tie, cross, or connect at the back of the top, revealing your fashion figure’s back.
Strapless: These tops are often held in place by strong ribbing that runs the length of the bodice. Their staying-up power may be reinforced with an elastic band that rings the inside top edge and makes the top almost stick to the wearer’s skin.