How to Draw Pants | Fashion Sketching


And this is how you draw women’s pants. First of all, you think about the style of
pant you want to draw. I’m really big on high-waisted this year,
so I’m going to go with a high-waisted pant. And I’m going to go with a riding pant type
shape, something very skin tight, but then I’m going to give it a little kick out at
the bottom, a little bit of a diagonal flair. I have a
little heel sticking out. She’s wearing serious platform shoes. And it depends on the style of pant that you’re
wanting to draw about how fluid you want to make the lines. These are fitted so there’s not that much
fluidity to them, but if you want, and you want to draw like an elephant style pant,
which is a very wide leg pant, you can just create different folds, et cetera, et cetera,
to create your seam lines. One thing that’s really important with pants
is to have your front fly or whatever your closures are. So this particular pair of pants is going
to have a front fly, and you just basically indicate that by drawing down the center of
the pant and then creating with a dotted line, the stitch line, that will create where the
zipper will end. You then create another dotted line to show
where that seam will end. You also have to think about pockets, and
for this I’m going to do, just like a simple, well, it’s not that simple. Everything I do is not that simple. Simple pocket, I’ll call it simple, that basically
is built into the seam. So these right here are pockets, and to indicate
where this pocket ends, you can do little dotted lines, because they’ll be stitched
down, so that your stuff doesn’t fall out of your pockets. And then I’m going to put this pant with just
like a skin tight turtleneck. Why not? I’ll indicate the folds of the turtleneck. I know this is about pants, but you’ve got
to, you can’t just have a pair of pants sitting on a page. Do all your final touches and then you’re
ready to ink this in, color it in, shade it, et cetera. Add texture if you like. And that is how you draw pants.

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