Fashion Illustration Preview of part of Spring/Summer 2014 Collection


©Candace Turner, 2014.

The upcoming photoshoot for Spring Summer 2014 is right around the corner!  In the meantime, I will be gathering some of my initial research and preliminary drawings/basically the whole process I have gone through in this particular collection…I have scanned below some of my brainstorming illustrations that is only a few pieces of the very playful spring summer 2014 women’s collection I have been working on. Stay tuned for more on this upcoming trip into tropical oasis!





  1. Very nice drawings! Do you draw digitallly? I don’t know how that is done except in a very basic fashion, using my finger on an ipad…But you do a great job. Plus I like your designs. Thanks for visiting my Wagblog and liking my pink running shoes!

    1. For this example, I began with hand drawing and then scanned the rendering. This is usually when I draw digitally by incorporating change in the quality of the scan and then apply editing techniques to lighten, darken, sharpen the scan etc. As for digital drawing as whole, I make vector based digital drawings called flats ( technical drawings of clothes) with Illustrator which I will share some soon. I liked the pink running shoes you drew because it inspired me about art and health together and how important/vital this is to any artist. thanks for taking the time to look at my work- i very much appreciate it!

      1. thank you for your explanation! i have no idea what vector drawings are or flats…being 61 and an old lady who does most of her stuff by hand. but i am impresssed…i suppose i ought to learn a leeetle bit more than i do, knowing mostly the usual photo editing stuff.

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