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What drawing pens do fashion designers use?
Pantone felt pens if I'm not mistaken
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people prefer gel ink pens because it writes smoothly and shows outsatanding color
The most general markers they use would be copic markers or prismacolor markers those really work, a little bit pricey but they're worth it (:
Yes. When constructing a garment geometry is one of the most important part of the design.
I don't know about logo but Alexander McQueen uses alot of skull motifs on his work; the knuckle duster clutches, scarves, jackets, tees, rings and dresses all feature skulls.
A fashion designer uses lots of technology: -Sewing Machine (to create the clothes themselves) -Computers (to research) (to help them design, as there are fashion programm…es) -Cameras and Video Recorders (to record inspiration and ideas whilst on the go) Hope that helps x yes it was very helpful
"Technology" is so broad, but I will break it down as best I can. For software programs, we primarily use: Illustrator- For free-hand computer sketching usuall…y with the use of a wacom pad. Photoshop- For presentations, importing textile work, changing colors, etc. For "tech packs"- which is how we communicate every aspect of the design- fabrics, trim, measurements, etc, we use Microsoft Excel, which honestly is murder, but is our only option unless we are at a huge, well-funded company that can afford the implementation of a PLM (Product Life Management) system such as WFX. We use trend forecasting sites such as Style Sight to help us identify trends in color, silhouettes, etc We use sites like Ali Baba for sourcing global manufacturers. We use sites like District 2 for finding vendors, suppliers and talent. We use google images for presentations and creative direction boards. Also, all companies have a general shared server so we can easily store & share documents. These are the major technologies we use.
You need math to measure sizes and cut patterns.
CorelDRAW helps designers sketch out a drawing on a computer and get it exact the first time around. CorelDRAW also helps get the exact measurement on the outfit without guess…ing. You can find out more at the corel website.c:
Fashion designers need to measure the fabric they use. They use fractions and decimals to figure how much they need.
Sometimes you do have to know how but sometimes you dont it depends on what kind of ashion designer you are!
I don't know much about fashion designing. However, from much experience in watching Project Runway, the indispensable tools a fashion designer uses include: A sketchbook: Fa…shion designers usually need a blank canvas to sketch their visions onto paper in order to give them a more concrete idea. A mannequin: While constructing their masterpiece, fashion designers need a form to shape their designs around. Pins: How else are they going to keep the material on the mannequin? Material: This is obvious. They need something to make the design out of! Scissors: For cutting patterns. Sewing Machine, thread, and the like: So they can put their pieces together. I know my information is very much amateur, and for that I apologize. Perhaps someone with experience in this field can give you more information.
Many people have been using C-DESIGN Fashion for a while, and they are pretty happy with it. Click on the C-Design link in the Related Links section below. OptiTex f…ashion design software is the leading developer of 2D & 3D solutions for many sewn products.
A few tools that fashion designers use are:sewing machinesergerneedlesthreadfabricscissorsseam ripperpinspin cushionmeasuring tapepencilssketch padscomputerCAD program / fashi…on design softwarecamerapattern cutting machinewoolsilkglitterbeadsmirrorsmakeuppatternfabric
I WOULD SAY THEY NEED MEASUREMENTS FOR THE LENGTH OF THE CLOTH AND THEY WILL HAVE TO BE REAL GOOD WITH AREA, PERIMETER, DIAMETER, AND LOTS OF OTHER ALGEBRA EQUATIONS.
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A pen for this needs to be able to move in any direction with the hand and to have a steady, free flow of ink. A quill pen or a pen with a nib may therefore not be the bes…t pen to use to do this. Of cause a good artist will know the limitations of his/her tools and may be able to compensate for the quirks of whatever implement they may be given to use.