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Sketchbook of Michelle Hoefener

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Date Added: 28th January 2014
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Fig.01 is a sketch of my original character Iris in a new outfit design. When designing fantasy costumes I draw inspiration from historical and cultural fashion, movies, games, nature and other artists. Sometimes mixing and matching various elements.

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In the sketch in Fig.02 I was heavily influenced by costumes from the movies Marie Antoinette and The Duchess, as well as fashion from Europe and America from the 1700s.

Using references is very important, whether it be for sketching, painting, concept art or illustration. In Fig.03 I referenced a photo as I sketched to capture the character’s underlying facial structure and pose.


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