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DP Final Illustration Board 2 by Marcusstratus DP Final Illustration Board 2 by Marcusstratus
This is the second of 3 illustration/flat boards that went with my final project in Digital Presentation class. After comming up with the concept board I then sketched and inked 3 complete outfits and then scanned them into the computer. From there I used Photoshop and pasted into them fabric scans which I dodged and burned.

Then I used the outfits I drew and made flats in illustrator and coloured them there as well.

Finally I assembled everything onto a board with the concept board background behind everything.

This particular outfit is set of coveralls. They've got reinforcements on the shoulders, knees and seat and they're held together with plenty of topstitching and rivets. The zipper pull on the front is in the shape of a cog.
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Adyb234 Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
These look really great, here comes the punchline, I'm a camo maker from Camo Club could I use these as uniform templates for my camo patts?
Marcusstratus Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
That'd be great. Just credit me when you do use 'em, thanks!
Astille Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2010
I'm digging this
lRiko Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2009
Man, if I had any skill at all (or money. Heh) I'd definately try and get this outfit!
Marcusstratus Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
aye, and if I had the free time...
ninja-seamstress Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2009  Professional General Artist
Hey marc, loved this project! Nancy actually asked my opinion about having put up on the wall, and I did my best to convince her to do that!

One thing I do want to suggest on your flats is to remember to reverse the slash line at the crotch, for continuity. On this one they are both slanted down from left to right. Usually, standard is left to right on the front and right to left on the back.

Excellent job!
Marcusstratus Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
hey thanks! ;)

I didn't think it to matter that much for the slash line, but I do understand the continuity of it.
gazongola Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2009
I am very impressed with all of these! I like your designs very much, as I love the whole other wordly dress style. Shame I have to stick to buying all of my clothes, I would be hopeless at esigning and making things.
Marcusstratus Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
meh, with your sewing machine and what not you can at least alter your clothes. That's more then many can do.
gazongola Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2009
True. I do plan to start doing mosre of that.
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