Front & Back Skirt View in AI – #19
In this lesson, we will look at translating a designer’s sketch into a working technical drawing and create a skirt flat with darts and pockets. We will also look at illustrator brushes, and creating a pattern brush for a zipper, as well as creating a kick pleat.
|1||Examining a Designer’s Sketch & Translating a Concept into a Technical Drawing||1-12|
|2||Creating the Skirt Outline and Adding Darts||1-25|
|3||Creating the Patch Pocket & Adding a Pocket Flap||1-46|
|4||Creating the Snap Fastening & Creating a Shadow||1-27|
|5||Looking at Brushes in Illustrator & Creating a Basic Zipper Brush||1-66|
|6||Drawing the Zipper Pull||1-30|
|7||Finishing the Skirt Back View & Drawing a Kick Pleat||1-21|
MODULE 1 • Examining a Designer’s Sketch & Translating a Concept into a Technical Drawing
Before we begin, note that complete Mac and Windows Commands, Keyboard Shortcuts & Mouse directions are written in the script, and mentioned only in the audio.
The video shows only Mac Commands, using a one-button mouse.
Here are the Keyboard Shortcut abbreviations and differences:
This means press & hold the Command key if you have a Mac, or the Control Key if you have Windows, then press the letter, or perform the action, etc.
A note on Mouse actions:
If you have a one-button mouse for your Mac, you might want to configure it to act like a two-button mouse:
|2||For this lesson you will need to download the file, Front Flat Croquis and Skirt Sketch, which is supplied with this video lesson.|
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