I love color shades and paints.
I've always thought that dripping paint is a really cool effect in fact I've used it many times over the years. This is the first time that I try it on clothes and now that I am done, I must admit that I wish I really had these pants!
I decided to use the dripping paint effect with different shades of the same color, purple in this case.

They say that dark colors make us look thinner, so the dark purple that gets lighter as it goes down is great if we want to hide something and look perfect! :D

Step 1:

First of all you have to download the pants template here
Once you have downloaded it, open it with SketchBook Pro.

Now let's start!

Select "Steady Stroke" and "Paintbrush" and adjust the size to 5,5.
Clicking on the colors editor, select a very light lavender.

We have to imagine the pants divided in 4 sections so let's start from the one at the bottom and enlarge that part. This will let you draw better.
Now starting near the end of the pants, draw something like deep waves: it must resemble dripping paint.
You should make pants like these in real life
I wish I was able to! :D
U have a fb?
U seem super cool
Wow, thank you! :)
That looks incredible, I hope they make it. I'd love to see it be made real.
Thank you so much! I hope so too, I've always loved this effect :)
Really nice job! I love how you explained the flood fill tool. <br />I'd wear these, in grey!
Thank you so much! <br>Maybe I should add others in different colors so everybody can choose their favorite one :D
Amazing pants!! Great job Linda!!!! I love them! Not for me (I don't like to use purple) but they are fantastic!
Thank you Mario, you are always so kind! :) These pants could be done with any color but you can guess why I used purple haha :D
Hahahahahaha! Aboslutely!!! :-)

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