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Sketchbook has a very simple and easy to use interface. Here’s how I organize my workspace in a way that is effective for my workflow.

Continue to use the Airbrush and Hard Eraser technique to add shadows where needed. Here you can see the form of the shoe is starting to come together. Add Highlights

The basics of shoe design never looked quite as beautiful as when drawn by Hudson Rio. He’s a master of shoe design, and we’re fortunate to have him demonstrate how he does it in SketchBook. Like his process?  You can download a copy of the PDF tutorial of how to draw shoes at the end of this post.

STEP 1: Define the general form of the shoe by adding shadow where the fabric curves away from the light source. STEP 2: Add large sections of shadow with the Airbrush to achieve a smooth appearance. STEP 3: Use the Hard Eraser to erase and define the areas in shadow.

STEP 4: Lower the opacity of the shadow layer until it looks about right.

Once a concept (or multiple concepts) is chosen from the refined sketches, it is time to do a final render. This is the part where the designs form, color, and materials will really shine!

Airbrush: Highlights and shadows Paintbrush: Blocking in colors Hard Eraser: Erasing overspray Soft Eraser: Erasing highlights/shadows

Designers come up with many concepts for each project, and as you’ve just learned, it takes a few steps to reach a refine drawing of each concept. Layer groups make it easy organize all of your concepts and the layers used to create them.

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STEP 1: On a layer below the line-work layer, add a solid color for the background using the Flood Fill tool, this will help colors and whites pop. STEP 2: This is a personal preference, but I like to lower the opacity of the sketch, so that final render appears more realistic.

STEP 3: On a layer below the lines and above the background, use the Airbrush to create a soft circle. STEP 4: Use the Scale and Transform tools to squish the circle and ground the shoe with a shadow.

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This tutorial will show you how to draw high heels, tennis shoes, sandals, and men’s shoes. Let’s begin!

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Turn on and off Layer and Layer Group visibility to see your concepts. Each concept has its own Layer Group. All of the Layers used to create that concept are held within the layer group. Set Up the Final Render

** Hudson Rio has also put together an Industrial Design Brush Set for SketchBook Pro members available HERE.

Sketch a curved line and a straight line as guide for the shape of the high heels.

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A simple sketch can’t convey everything you are thinking. This is why designers add notes to their sketches. It’s a quick way to explain features or materials to those who are reviewing the concepts.

Add a new Layer to write your notes, so they can be easily removed for the final render. Concepts and Layer Groups

The purpose of thumbnail sketches is to explore a wide range of ideas in small amount of time.  These sketches are messy and quick, and will be refined later. Creating a thumbnail page is a good way to present and evaluate the ideas you’ve come up with.

Start to define the form by adding shadows based on a defined light source. In this case, my light is above the shoe, so shadows will be cast on the lower parts.  This step is done by adding value in large sections with a black Airbrush, and erasing where needed.

Connect the sides of the circle and the oblong. Curving the line is optional.

The clean sketch is created on a Layer above the thumbnail sketch. Lower the opacity of the thumbnail layer so it is easier to see and sketch on the layer above. Explain Your Concept

You now have your very own drawing of a sandal! Don’t forget to color your drawing.

Try drawing the tennis shoes, but at the end change the shape, making the entire shoe a little skinnier. Add more crossed laces on the top (optional), and add small bumps on the bottoms by adding little “U” shapes to create the cleats.

Now that we’ve finished the final render, let’s review how we got here!

If you like this workflow for How to Draw Shoes and want to grab it forever, download the The Basics of Shoe Design PDF tutorial. If you like Hudson’s style of drawing (and honestly, who wouldn’t?), you should follow his Sketch Blog. He’s working his way through a 365-day drawing challenge, so you can see a new beautiful industrial design or drawing every day.

Once you have evaluated your concepts and chosen a few to refine (based on function, aesthetics, materials, etc.) you will create a tighter sketch that communicates the details of the concept better. You can do this by taking your favorite from your thumbnail page and scaling it up to become the base of a more refined sketch.

Italiano: Disegnare delle Scarpe, Español: dibujar zapatos, Português: Desenhar Sapatos, Deutsch: Schuhe zeichnen, Français: dessiner des chaussures, Русский: рисовать обувь, 中文: 画鞋, Bahasa Indonesia: Menggambar Sepatu

Now that you already have the basic design figured out, you can use it as an underlay to trace over and create a quick, clean, and more detailed sketch of the concept.

Draw a small circle (for the heels) and an oblong (for the toes).

Remember when I said to keep your color layers separate? Here’s where it is going to come in handy. By locking the transparency of the color layers, you can easily brush on new colors and explore different colorways.

Draw the toe straps by drawing two arching lines (per strap) with the ends on the each side of your sandal. Also, draw an oblong connected to the sandal above the circle (from step 1), these will serve as the strap for the ankles to keep your sandal from wobbling.

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Erase the sketch and design and add more details to your sandal.

Layer organization: 1) Highlights, 2) Lines, 3) Shadows, 4) Texture, 5) Colors, 6) Ground Shadow, 7) Background A Quick Summary

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DIY Pencil: All-purpose sketching brush that works great for my style of drawing. Sharp Eraser: Used with the Airbrush, this helps me create crisp highlights and reflections. How to Draw Shoes: A Rough Sketch in 4 Steps

Use the Brush and Hard Eraser to block in and define areas of color.  I prefer to be messy with my Brush and clean up with the Eraser; it seems to be easier than trying to be precise with the brush. Keeping each color on a separate layer will help in the future.

Sketch a big oblong. This will be the main guideline for the shoe.

You could probably alter the “Men’s shoes” example in the article to make them look the way you want, or you could draw the “Tennis shoes” example and draw a strap instead of laces to make them look like Mary Janes.

STEP 1: Copy and paste the texture image into your document above the color layers. STEP 2: Lower the opacity of the texture layer and erase so that it only covers the sections that will be made with this material.

STEP 3: Change the layer blending mode to Overlay and reduce the opacity until you achieve a more natural look. Add Shadows

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Use the Quick Transform tool to scale and move each sketch into position on the page. Use scale to create a hierarchy on the page that draws attention to the designs you are passionate about. Keeping each sketch on a different Layer allows you to arrange the page quickly and easily.

Refine Your Concepts

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On a layer above the highlights, use a white Airbrush to create bright highlights on the edges. I like to set the layer blending mode to Soft Glow, as this has a more dramatic appearance.

Having correct proportions is extremely important in a shoe sketch. Starting with basic foot/shoe shape is the best way to achieve correct proportions.  Once you have that down, the rest follows naturally. 1) Sketch a basic foot/shoe shape; 2) sketch the silhouette of the shoe; 3) add details like the sole of the shoe; 4) add final details like the logo and laces.

Adding a texture to your render is a great way to convey what material is being used to the viewer. For this render, I Googled “cloth texture” and found a high-res image that resembled the knitted material I want the shoe to be made of.

The final step for me is to Duplicate the shadows layer and highlight layer, and then adjust the opacity of the duplicated layers to a desired effect. Find a balance between having enough contrast to give the image a dramatic look, without losing detail in the design.

Draw the sole following the bottom shape of the sandals. It’s up to you how thick the sole is.

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Doing the same as you have done with the shadows, create highlights above the linework layer using a white Airbrush and Hard Eraser. Use the Hard Eraser within the form to create the appearance of glossy materials.

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Using a white Pencil, add crisp highlights to the edges of forms and areas where two materials meet. This creates a realistic appearance, and helps explain how the shoe is constructed.

Draw dark lines over your sketch (this is for your final outline). The design is up to you.

For this tutorial (and most of my work) I only use a few different brushes. The first four brushes are standard brushes — Airbrush, Paintbrush, Hard Eraser, Soft Eraser — with minor adjustments to opacity/flow. I use a custom Do-It-Yourself Pencil Brush for sketching, and a custom Sharp Eraser with a very sharp edge. They are all great for different details:

Use the Scale tool to increase the size of your thumbnail in order to use it as an underlay for a refined sketch. Clean up the Sketch

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