WORKSHOP 2 - Renaldo Barnette (http://renaldobarnette.com/), consulting designer and illustrator at Ralph Lauren, hosts the 2nd workshop of a 3-part series focused on teaching hand drawing skills to fashion illustrators and designers. Barnette will be taking a little more time to demonstrate techniques during this workshop and will cover more of the subjects listed below. If you missed the previous workshop you can still sign up - there will be a short review.
Pre-payment required to attend.
The workshop aims to expand creative boundaries and give artists insight into the world of professional illustration. Barnette has condensed years of experience illustrating for Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Anne Klein, and Nicole Miller among others, to teach a variety of approaches to drawing fashionable and marketable imagery.
Demonstrations | 1 on 1 Instruction | Step-By-Step Exercises
Barnette will work with you on techniques that compliment your illustration style whether you are a beginner or more advanced. This is a personalized solution-based intensive to help artists translate their ideas to paper and evolve their illustration style to a level that resonates with the viewer (your market), not only with you (the creator). He'll explain how he maintains and performs at a high level, more consistently, at a steady output, within limited time frames, and for different markets.
FREE Copic Product Giveaways ($16 Value)*
In addition to sharing his colorful industry stories, each workshop will feature a live model styled in different outfits and will cover the following subjects:
Clothing The Figure
Layout of Illustrations
Rendering Skin Tones
Improving Hands & Feet
Interpreting Your Client Needs
Balancing & Defining The Figure
Throughout his career Barnette has mastered both disciplines of pure fashion illustration and illustration for design purposes, having been Design Director at Ralph Lauren Dresses, Yansi Fugel, and A Line by Anne Klein. He has had to adapt and adhere to the illustration standards set by different companies and has taught his methods of Fashion Design Art for over a decade at FIT.
"...always pushing you until you’re at your best.” -Former Student
“...one of my biggest influencers” -Brooke Hagel, Creator of Fabulous Doodles + Former Student
“His strength as a designer is ideas and details that are wearable and also clever; and as a renderer he shows his abilities with the art marker ...a media that allows no second chances.” -Danielle Meder, Runway Fashion Illustrator
Please bring the materials and mediums you are most comfortable using, plus…
9x12 or 11x14 Marker Pad
9x12 or 11x14 Tracing Paper
Various pencils, pens, and markers
Up to 5 illustrations from your portfolio
* Copic giveaways are subject to change. While supplies last.
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