These sketchbook pages have a formal, organised, uncluttered presentation style, with a minimal use of colour. Items are positioned carefully, allowing each piece of the design process to be appreciated fully. The project contains a thorough investigation of detail and pattern, with first-hand observation of moths and butterflies informing subsequent designs.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages have a formal, organised, uncluttered presentation style, with a minimal use of colour. Items are positioned carefully, allowing each piece of the design process to be appreciated fully. The project contains a thorough investigation of detail and pattern, with first-hand observation of moths and butterflies informing subsequent designs.

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design drawings, floral fabrics, collection development; fashion portfolio // Emily-Mei Cross

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design drawings, floral fabrics, collection development; fashion portfolio // Emily-Mei Cross

Fashion Sketchbook exploring fabric manipulation with experimental pleat structures - fashion design development; fashion portfolio // Rosa Kramer

Fashion Sketchbook exploring fabric manipulation with experimental pleat structures - fashion design development; fashion portfolio // Rosa Kramer

These sketchbook pages contain a clear link between real world sources of inspiration (such as the jellyfish) and conceptual designs. The pages include a superb range of techniques (i.e. the white on black work, completed by blowing white ink through a straw) and drawings upon found surfaces (such as the gridded maths paper). Amber demonstrates an awesome variation of line weight in the bottom work – using a simple medium to great effect.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages contain a clear link between real world sources of inspiration (such as the jellyfish) and conceptual designs. The pages include a superb range of techniques (i.e. the white on black work, completed by blowing white ink through a straw) and drawings upon found surfaces (such as the gridded maths paper). Amber demonstrates an awesome variation of line weight in the bottom work – using a simple medium to great effect.

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