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Fashion Drawing in 30 Lessons

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Many young people, who have a desire to draw, are much interested in fashion drawing and wish to take up the subject without any preparatory instruction in art. They thus bring to the study practically no knowledge of fashions and very little knowledge of drawing. Successful instruction for such classes must necessarily follow a very definite and carefully worked-out plan. The first steps must be very simple, and the succeeding steps must follow in a carefully selected order and in easy stages, with numerous illustrations and ample opportunity for drill on fundamentals.

The author of this book has had much experience in teaching students of the limited preparation suggested, in connection with her classes in fashion drawing at the Young Women's Christian Association and the Albert Business College, Newark, N. J. Originally published in the 1919, this classic textbook of fashion drawing sets forth in detail the course of instruction which has been followed with these classes and which has been found to give the quickest and best results. Fundamental principles are carefully explained, but the author's aim has been not so much to offer a discussion of methods in fashion drawing as to provide the means for practice in applying these methods. The student will learn best by carefully following directions and by constant practice. The book is to be used as a guide.

Contents Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Drawing Materials
  • Lesson 1: The Dress Form; To Draw the Form
  • Lesson 2: To Put the Dress on the Form; The Back Form
  • Lesson 3: The Side-Plaited Skirt; The Box-Plaited Skirt; The Over-Skirt
  • Lesson 4: The Tucked Skirt; The Circular Over-Skirt; The Ruffled Skirt
  • Lesson 5: The Plaited Waist; The Ruffled Waist; The Bent Sleeve; Collars
  • Lesson 6: The Tucked Waist; The Tight Jacket; Collars; The Pointed Girdle
  • Lesson 7: The Large Coat
  • Lesson 8: Plaids, Stripes and Figures
  • Lesson 9: Shirring, Scalloping, Lacing, etc.
  • Lesson 10: Bows, Ribbons and Flowers
  • Lesson 11: To make a Sketch from a Costume
  • Lesson 12: Features
  • Lesson 13: The Head and Hair; To Place the Hat on the Head
  • Lesson 14: The Construction of the Head
  • Lesson 15: The Arm and Hand; Proportions of the Arm and Hand
  • Lesson 16: The Leg and Shoe
  • Lesson 17: The Front Figure (Three-Quarter View); Proportions of Children
  • Lesson 18: To Place a Dress on the Figure; Illustrating a Costume
  • Lesson 19: Pen and Ink Lines; French Wash; The Ben Day Machine
  • Lesson 20: Feathers and Hats
  • Lesson 21: Parasols
  • Lesson 22: Furs and Fans
  • Lesson 23: The Back Figure
  • Lesson 24: The Side Figure
  • Lesson 25: The Sitting Figure
  • Lesson 26: Texture and Detail Work; List of Costume Materials
  • Lesson 27: Perspective
  • Lesson 28: Layouts for Newspapers and Catalogues; The Method of Enlargement
  • Lesson 29: Original Dress Designing
  • Lesson 30: Decorative Work
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 94
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 10.6 MB

Price: $4.95


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