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Hello! This instructable will teach you how to build your own clothing creation using Autodesk Sketchbook! When I started brainstorming what type of clothing I would like to ...
I began by sketching on paper the model figure I would use and the dress I would like create.
I then scanned my image, saved it on my computer, and uploaded it to Autodesk Sketchbook. This process was extremely easy! Next, I looked at the color ...
Next, I used the "Steady Stroke" feature and began to outline the dress. This feature is exactly how it sounds, a steady stroke. My hands were not able ...
When creating the rectangles at the bottom of the dress, steady stroke was not needed. Instead I used "Polyline." This allows you to click the corner points, and ...
Next I wanted to add color! The best way to do this for my dress was to use the "Bucket" feature. You can see I have this selected ...
I then used the bucket tool again, but used the bucket that is to the right of the one I previously used. This bucket paints through all layers. ...
Again, I used the bucket feature in giving the model skin color. There is a great feature called "Copic Library" (will show in following step) which has great ...
I then began to erase and clean up my work space. As you can see I used the selected "Hard Eraser" feature on the left hand side. I ...
I wanted to add text to label the front and back of the design. To add text: click the "T" at the top and type whatever it is ...
That is it! My creation is complete!
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