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from Student Art Guide

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages are the unequivocal result of effort, passion and enthusiasm. Although 'decoration' is usually unnecessary within a textile or fashion design sketchbook, in this case, the background patterning demonstrates a complete understanding of the aesthetic; a strong personal response to the colours, shapes, textures, lines and forms of the work studied.

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Textiles Sketchbook experimenting with techniques to achieve different textures and effects with fabrics // Connie Evans

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Contour Fashion Portfolio - corset project, fashion design & development - fashion sketchbook, research, illustrations, fabric flower samples & final design // Sarah Elizabeth

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from Student Art Guide

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

Mixed media sketchbook pages explore a wide range of tactile surfaces and structures. The properties of threads and fabric are investigated thoroughly, using a range of mediums and techniques, resulting in rich, exciting pages. Small, tidy annotation surrounds the pieces, providing thorough analysis without causing distraction from the work itself. - See more at: http://www.studentartguide.com/articles/fashion-design-sketchbooks#sthash.7Fzuot6D.dpuf

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Playing With Juxtaposition

I really love this. Visit his Instagram for some more amazing work. https://instagram.com/shamekhbluwi/

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from Student Art Guide

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages include observational drawings, dresses and fabric experiments (including distressed materials) that are inspired by insects. Designs are developed from original first-hand experience, with clear links between initial observational work and subsequent explorations with fabrics and garment forms.

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