How to Draw Winter Fashions
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Try your hand at winter coat styles.
No matter where you’re from, you draw winter coats in the same way you draw spring and fall jackets. Follow the lines of the torso and arms to create the main parts of a winter coat. To show that the model is wearing a winter coat, simply include wintry details that hint at the coat’s function.
Add design details such as collars, buttons, pockets, cuffs, hoods, extra length, and a snug fit to show the extra bulk and warmth. You can also use texture and patterns to indicate a heavier or seasonal fabric that’s suitable for frigid winter days.
Take a look at a series of winter coat styles: double-breasted pea coat with a large fur collar and fur cuffs, long quilted puffer, short poncho style with raglan sleeves, and a satin bomber jacket with a ribbed hem and sleeves.