Creases and Folds on Clothing
Creating a representation of garments can be quite difficult as it is easily overdone and sometimes underdone. To get you started with drawing creases on clothes, the basic lines are:
Curves, which are used almost everywhere. A simple flick of the pen provides a natural look to the illustration.
Straight, which represents the effect of gravity and other forces (extension) on the garment.
V or Hooks, which are commonly used for the joint areas in the body, such as the elbows, knees, under the arms, waist and even under the bust area.
TIP: Observational drawing is always a great learning tool. Practice drawing from real life. And don't be scared to combine these basic lines together. Experiment a little or maybe a lot. This allows