Continue your Fashion Drawing studies and introduce Adobe Photoshop techniques to take your images to the next level. Create finished fashion presentation artworks using your hand drawn fashion sketches with Photoshop rendering. Complement and present your sketches with fashion collage imagery for folio or industry related applications. Pre-requisites apply.
This course is ideal for people who are putting together a portfolio for applying for accredited fashion study or for people who need to put toghether fashion presentations for industry. Also for anyone wanting to further their fashion drawing and Adobe Photoshop skills.
If you are travelling from out of state it is highly recommended that you wait for your course confirmation letter before booking any flights.
Students will leave with increased knowledge of Photoshop techniques as well as a range of their own fashion drawings and contemporary collages for portfolio or industry use. Understand file output types for specific usage. Participants will be given support links and instructional notes for continued practice.
Basic Photoshop understanding of tools and panels, such as learnt in the RMIT Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for Fashion course. Basic drawing skills also necessary (see links below).
Pen/pencil and notebook. Students will be emailed a comprehensive materials list on course confirmation.
Participants will be emailed an RMIT Statement of Participation upon course completion.
Working for 40 years and teaching since 1999 in both the fashion and costume disciplines continues to develop Tracy’s visual perceptions and draftsmanship in depicting the figure and costume. Her belief that two dimensional drawing and rendering for clothing is a key designer skill informs her research and practice.
Teaching at various schools and privately helps Tracy to develop lessons based on the physical dexterity required for illustration. Exposure to all kinds of drawing tools and drawing styles enables her students to discover their personal expression.Teaching creativity keeps Tracy engaged and fascinated with the mercurial nature of fashion and illustration.