HOW TO RENDER GLITTER-COVERED FABRIC

In this fashion drawing tutorial, we will learn how to draw glitter-covered material in your illustrations with an easy and effortless technique. Moreover, I prepared a cool template for this class. We will learn how to render shiny texture using markers, pencils and regular sandpaper (100 grit).

 

GLITTER-COVERED FABRIC RENDERING TUTORIAL

TOOLS USED:

*If you use markers of a different brand, check out this Promarker color chart to match the colors.  

By the way, there is an alternative way of showing glittery texture – using actual glitter✨ If you want your sketch to look more crafty, try these tools:

RENDER GLITTER-COVERED FABRIC alternatives

STEP 1 – SKETCH PREPARATION

In next step, we will follow the video instructions, where I am explaining step by step how to render glittered texture using markers, pencils, and a sandpaper. So you will need a sketch of a figure wearing a garment with glittery texture. Don’t worry if you haven’t prepared any drawing yet. You can start right away by using the free printable template that I prepared specifically for this tutorial. Just click on the image below to download it.

RENDER GLITTER-COVERED FABRIC-FREE-TEMPLATE

STEP 2 – SKETCH RENDERING

Comments: 4

  • MassiMax

    I wanted to do a green dress with this technique, which promarker base should I use? Holly, Lush Green or Forest Green?
    Thank you! xoxo

      • MassiMax

        I used Lush Green cause Holly was empty, I had a very beautiful effect: bright and shiny… I loved it and I love your work!!

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