Well, to start off, I'm sort of an artist in my free time (a beginner at the best), with no means of a formal education in the arts But it can't hurt to ask right?
Anyhow, I've got a bit of a problem that's been very consistent as of late. Whenever I draw people (may it be real or cartoon), I have alot of problems mastering folds and creases on clothes. It really wasn't a problem before, but now that I realize, it seems to be a consistent issue whenever I am doodling the pants or shirts of a person. Sometimes, I have too many folds or too little folds and I really can't make up my mind. My question is, is there a secret to getting the perfect amounts of fold in clothes? Also, when it comes to coloring folds in the doodled image, what advice can anyone give me?
Unfortunately, I am unable to provide any artwork in the moment, but will in the future. Also, If there is a topic already discussing this issue, please link it here!