Miss Led’s Illustration for Fashion includes over 2 hours of intensive e-learning organised into chapters, allowing you to view the Video Tutorial Series in order or to pick or revisit individual chapters when needed.
Illustration for Fashion simplifies the process into 3 main steps, Drawing, Colouring and Finishing.
Learn to master both traditional and digital techniques in detailed step-by-step Video Chapters with Miss Led, where she will cover:
Drawing the basic figure
– Simple guides
– Adding guides for clothes and hair
– Finishing Lines
– Different tools for applying colour, brushes + water brushes
– Fabric quality
– Showing depth
Dynamic detailing with mixed media
– Digital techniques
– Picking out the elements of clothing and accessories
– Extending marks & splashes to add character
– Creating an interesting composition
Finishing with pencil and ink
– Highlighting and adding shadows
– Blush and sparkles
**Bonus: Digital section
– Basic scanning of work and textures
– Cleaning up using photoshop
– Composition and Digital collage
– Colour manipulation
So whether you are a beginner or an artist looking to develop your practice and learn new skills, you’ll find this Video Tutorial Series an invaluable tool for creating dynamically beautiful, client-ready illustration work.
On September 21, 2016With Comments Off on Miss LED ILLUSTRATION FOR FASHION VIDEO TUTORIALS ARE HERE
Here at the Miss Led Studio, we’re gearing up for a very exciting illustration workshop during London Design Festival for 71a Gallery, Design Week.
71a Gallery, based in Shoreditch, the home of Huck and Little White Lies Magazine, will be featuring a programme of interactive and engaging 3 hr workshops run by leading design experts across the week of Monday 19th to Saturday 24th September
Fresh from the launch of her hugely exciting, ‘Illustration for Fashion Video Tutorials’, Miss Led will guide a group in her ‘Illustration Unplugged Workshop’, in returning to a more traditional and instinctive way of working, both through drawing and mixed media exploration.
Whether you’re a new, experienced or advanced artist or illustrator, you will learn
Miss Led’s approaches to drawing
Choosing the right materials and tools
Using Miss Led art techniques
Experimenting with watercolours
Applying mixed media colour
Miss Led will deliver group demonstrations and you will recieve personal one to one feedback.
– THANK you to Liquitex Materials for providing free goodies for the event – With a collection of art material samples to take away after the event you can continue to seamlessly develop your new techniques!
Miss Led has been delivering workshops for over 10 years working with various companies and brands, and has taught workshops for portrait illustration, mixed media fashion illustration and narrative illustration.
– Miss Led, Illustration for Fashion Workshop Videos –
Our 5 Video Workshop bundle, available for download this Autumn, will trace my illustration work from beginning to end. Step-by-Step.
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Including how to draw the face and body, to materials and equipment used digitally & traditional, including everything in between.
So whether you need to know what materials to use and how, want to learn basic photoshop and collage, using watercolour and ink in new ways, or how to choose your subject material and loads more we’ve covered it all.
We’ve not missed a thing.
On August 18, 2016With Comments Off on Miss Led Online Illustration Video Tutorials Launching Soon!
I was lucky to be travelling again last week! This trip took me back to Spain to the beautiful city of Barcelona. My main aim being to meet and discuss a very exciting collaboration with the wonderful team at Escoda Brushes.
After being in talks for some time, we have been very excited about finally collaborating on a project together.
So on a very typically sunny morning, a roof terrace over looking the most majestic Sagrada Famalia was cleared and prepared as my studio for a few hours. Here with the view across the incredible city I created a new painting using a variety of Escoda hand made brushes and myvery trusty paints.
I’ll be publishing more related images next week as part of a mini Instagram Take Over at Escoda IG headquarters. Please keep an eye out as the social posts will be a lead up to a short video of the live painting
On July 12, 2016With Comments Off on Miss Led Live Painting with Escoda Brushes Barcelona
I can’t believe we were in Hong Kong just over a month ago! I can safely say, that my first visit to the city was a truly incredible one. When Miss Led teamed up with the, two year old accessory brand, THE DOT, we didn’t imagine the collaboration and pop-up shop look so fabulous and to create such excitement. I knew as soon as arriving there, that I was in good hands.
Over my 3 days at PMQ we had quite a blast. From an incredible press pre-view launch party with pink champagne and canapés, to live painting, a solo show of new digital works, a day full of workshops and a whole host of introductions from some wonderful artists, bloggers and fans of the work.
And the nine day introduction to Hong Kong was over in a flash. After the successes of the products, the solo show, sell-out workshops, and sale of my live painting we’ve agreed to do it all again next year.
Here’s a visual round-up of some of the fun that was had.
On June 2, 2016With Comments Off on Miss Led Pop Up Solo Show and Product Launch Event, Hong Kong
Sometimes feeling more like a juggler than an artist, I’m still finding it difficult to keep up with the News report, apologies. With a new website in planning, I’m hoping that I’ll be able to add images and text via my little mobile device as works very well for my social channels. Please find all my channels here : Facebook , Instagram , Twitter
On June 1, 2016With Comments Off on Little Black Dress Miss Led Fashion Illustration Watercolour & Ink styles
We’re teaming up with the wonderfully stylish and dreamy boutique accessories brand, THE DOT for our first ever wearable art collection.
Call Me Baby, sees a red-headed lover sprawled on a baby pink carpet amid a night of playful flirtation. Inspired by glossy 1970’s gloss, Guy Bordin and the Pantone colours of the year – Rose Quartz and Serenity.
The imagery will grace a collection of accessories including a large silk scarf, Prada style tote, clutch wallets, purses and more. Beautifully constructed with each design cropped and edited diversely across the products, we’re very excited about launching our collection to Hong Kong this April 26th.
Here’s a little teaser – the first from the collection, the Miss Led x THE DOT Tote Bag
Event launching accessories collaboration with live painting and mini solo show
On April 14, 2016With Comments Off on MISS LED MINI POP-UP EVENT LAUNCH – HONG KONG