Portland Fashion Institute’s fashion illustration series is the most comprehensive series in Portland. With these classes, you will be ready to design and share your ideas.  You will know how to draw the fashion figure and create a professional portfolio. Sign up for the classes one at a time or sign up for the whole series for a discount.

Level 1:  Become a fashion artist & start thinking like one.  In one day, you will start with a simple pencil and paper and end knowing how to draw the fashion figure. Add hair, hands, faces, feet and poses. Supply list

Level 2:  Use markers to add color, clothes and textures.  Create fashion illustrations suitable for a portfolio. Prerequisite:  Level 1.  Supply list

Level 3: Draw movement with more detail on clothing: sleeves, collars, plackets, pleats, ruffles.  Prerequisite: Level 2. 

Instructor:
Kel Jackson, Royal College of London, Nike
Dates/Times:
Mondays, 10 am-1 pm
Series: January 3-March 21
Level 1: January 3-24
Level 2: January 31-February 21
Level 3: February 28-March 21
Cost/Cost Options:
$722 for the series or $264 each level.
Supply List:
CLASS SUPPLY LIST
Additional Notes/Costs:

Buy your illustration supplies at pfisewing.com with your 20% student discount. Order kits or individual items then pick them up at PFI Supply store at 4225 NE Tillamook next to PFI school.
FOR ONLINE CLASS:
https://portlandfashioninstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IMPORTANT-INFORMATION-FOR-ONLINE-CLASS.pdf
Become familiar with PFI’s online Intranet, Populi. You will receive a Populi username and password. By two weeks before class starts, your instructor will load your class syllabus and your first class assignment. By one week before your class starts, you are sent a reminder of log-in instructions and directed to go online to test your system then read the syllabus and first assignment and to download your class files.

$35 Online Learning Fee covers costs associated with administration, online class support, non-traditional course formats, and technology support. PFI charges per course or series rather than per credit (as is the cases with most institutions and colleges.)