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"Expression of wrinkles" is one of the biggest worries when drawing illustrations of people. Expressions of wrinkles and folds are very important for realistic drawing of people wearing clothes. However, at first glance, wrinkles are hard to grasp and to describe. In this book, Kelly Gordon Blinn, who is active as a storyboard artist of Hollywood movies, completely guides how to draw wrinkles. It explains in an easy-to-understand and systematic way how wrinkles appear in fabrics, what kinds of wrinkles exist, and how to draw them. What materials and properties are used in clothing fabrics. What wrinkles are created when the fabric is broken or pulled. What wrinkles are created when the fabric is broken or pulled. Carefully delving into the expression of wrinkles that changes depending on the structure of clothes and the movement of people. This guide thoroughly guides not only wrinkles of clothes but also wrinkles of people's skin. Now available is the definitive edition that logically explains wrinkles created when people bend and stretch their hands, facial wrinkles created when they get angry or laugh.