Category Archives: Shufa and fashion illustration

Shufa and the fashion illustration_part IV: David Downton

To be a better fashion illustrator you will have to follow some basic rules. And some of them are written in my previous posts here: Shufa and the fashion illustration_part III Shufa and the fashion illustration_part II Shufa and the … Continue reading

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Shufa and the fashion illustration_part III: René Gruau

For those who read my previous articles about shufa and the influence of calligraphy in the modern art, today we will talk about one of my favorite fashion illustrators: RenĂ© Gruau. If you did not get to read the previous … Continue reading

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Shufa and the fashion illustration_part II: history of art, modern art and modern fashion illustration

So you are already familiar with shufa and the Chinese calligraphy. If not, read here my previous post. Today, some advice regarding the materials you need to have a beautiful shufa and some examples from the history of art, modern … Continue reading

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