A skirt is the lower portion of a dress or a separate outer garment covering the body’s lower half from the waist down.
A skirt is, at its most basic, a draped garment fashioned from a single piece of fabric (such as pareos). However, most skirts fit at the waist or hips and become broader below, with the fullness created by darts, gores, pleats, or panels.
Lightweight to medium-weight fabrics such as denim, jersey, worsted, or poplin is used to create contemporary skirts. Skirts made of thin or clinging materials are frequently worn with slips to improve the skirt’s drape and for modesty.
Women and girls often wear skirts in current times. The izaar, worn by many Muslim societies, and the kilt, a traditional men’s dress in Scotland, Ireland, and sometimes England, are notable outliers. Here is the step-by-step guide on how to draw a skirt!
Step By Step Guide On How To Draw A Skirt
Let’s draw the skirt in a straight line, as shown in the reference image.
Make a rectangle type with lines to make it look realistic.
Now draw the left side outline of the skirt with a line, as shown in the reference picture.
Also, draw the right side outline of the skirt to make it look realistic.
Now, it’s time to draw the bottom section of the skirt.
Draw layers in the mini skirt to make it look beautiful.
Add patterns in the skirt drawing as shown in the reference image.
Add double-line patterns to the skirt to look good. Don’t forget to check reference images.
Add patterns all over the skirt, as shown in the reference picture.
Complete your skirt drawing by adding the last double-line pattern.
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