Create a Technical Flat- Part 2: Jeans

Create a Technical Flat- Part 2: Jeans

$80.00
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# 2.00 hours

3 - 30 participants

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3 - 30 participants

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Hello, I'm Ashley Love. I am a fashion designer/ fashion illustrator with over 21 years of experience as a fine artist and over 14 years of experience as a fashion designer and fashion illustrator. In addition to fashion design /fashion illustration, I also have over four years of graphic design experience (flyers, invitations, and apparel). My specializations include women's activewear, sleepwear, swimwear, and casual RTW (Ready-To-Wear). My works have been featured in fashion shows throughout the Southeast region of the US, and New York City, SCAD Portfolios, Triple Magazine, Devoe Magazine, and Voyage Dallas Magazine. In addition to working as a freelance fashion designer/fashion illustrator, I've been teaching fashion design since 2014. I've taught everything from fashion illustration to fashion flats and tech packs. I love what I do, and I also love to teach and show different ways to create your garments. I'm happy to be teaching you all through Skilpe, and I can't wait to meet you all.

Hello Everyone,

This class is about teaching students how to create technical flats, which is vital for you to learn in the fashion industry.  The technical flat, also called a technical sketch, CAD, or fashion flat, is a detailed and accurate representation of your garment. It is most often used as a part of the tech pack (a document containing all the technical information about your product) to communicate the design, construction, and stitch details of your garment to the factory.  It shows each stitchline, seam, crotch line, lining, etc. of a garment.  Think of it as a "blue print" of your garment.

For Part 2 of this class, you will learn how to create a jeans flats.  Jeans are a little more complex than the Part 1: T-shirt flat.  Not only will you learn how to create a jean flat, but you will also learn how to add denim fabric swatches to your flat, as well as create buttons and rivets.

This class is for students who are interested in learning how to create computerized flats in the fashion industry.  You should have prior knowledge of using Adobe Illustrator.

This class is useful because:
  • It is a lifelong skill that is used in the fashion industry
  • It is useful when presenting your illustrations and garments, in addition to being used to create tech packs.
  • It helps you think of different finishes for your garment, as well as how to illustrate them.

Materials/Resources needed for this course:
  • Laptop or desktop computer (either PC or Mac)
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Excitement!! 😁

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Hello, I'm Ashley Love. I am a fashion designer/ fashion illustrator with over 21 years of experience as a fine artist and over 14 years of experience as a fashion designer and fashion illustrator. In addition to fashion design /fashion illustration, I also have over four years of graphic design experience (flyers, invitations, and apparel). My specializations include women's activewear, sleepwear, swimwear, and casual RTW (Ready-To-Wear). My works have been featured in fashion shows throughout the Southeast region of the US, and New York City, SCAD Portfolios, Triple Magazine, Devoe Magazine, and Voyage Dallas Magazine. In addition to working as a freelance fashion designer/fashion illustrator, I've been teaching fashion design since 2014. I've taught everything from fashion illustration to fashion flats and tech packs. I love what I do, and I also love to teach and show different ways to create your garments. I'm happy to be teaching you all through Skilpe, and I can't wait to meet you all.