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Elements of designs

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Elements of designs

  1. 1. Advanced Pattern Making B.Sc. Home Science Semester V
  2. 2. Lines Line is the most basic element of design. As a basic tool, line can be used to create optical illusions in clothing. A style line is a seam in a garment made primarily for the purpose of its visual effect, rather than for the purpose of shaping of structuring the garment.
  3. 3. Types of Lines Vertical Lines Horizontal Lines Diagonal Lines Zigzag Lines Curved Lines Broken Lines or Dotted Lines
  4. 4. Effects of Lines On Clothes Lines provides the visual dimensions of length and width. When lines combine, space is enclosed and forms and shapes are defined. Lines offered a path of vision for the eyes when is wearing an object/outfit.
  5. 5. Vertical Lines Straight line is the simplest of the different forms of a design line. It is the opposite of a round form – It is even and unbroken. A straight line is taken for granted as being neat, stiff and slim.
  6. 6. Examples of Straight Lines
  7. 7. Horizontal Lines Horizontal line is placed across the garment/body – and thus broadens the width of the body/garment. It cuts the body/garment so it can create an illusion of shortness. Hemlines, waistlines, belts etc. are examples of horizontal lines.
  8. 8. Examples of Horizontal Lines
  9. 9. Diagonal Lines A diagonal line goes from one corner to the other ( unlike from edge to edge in the case of horizontal or vertical lines). Diagonal lines are all about drape and movement. It can be too horizontally inclined or vertically inclined and this will determine its true effect. But a true diagonal line is flattering. Lapels of a coat, dart on the armhole, the side seams of an a-line silhouette, the seam joining the sleeve to a raglan bodice.
  10. 10. Examples of Diagonal Lines
  11. 11. Zigzag Lines A line that makes sharp turns at regular intervals creating z shapes.This line is very prominent and can create an illusion of bigness.It can also creative a sense of urgency or confusion if the use of these lines is not restrained to moderation. Ric rac trims, accordion pleats, herringbone weave of a fabric.
  12. 12. Examples of Zigzag Lines
  13. 13. Curved Lines A curved line is very reminiscent of our body contours – we have many curves on our body and curved lines on clothes can softly enhance those. It can emphasize femininity and give the illusion of beauty. It makes your design soft and supple. Curved lines can also give the look of youthfulness and vigor. Princess line, curved hemlines of skirts.
  14. 14. Examples of Curved Lines
  15. 15. PRESENTED BY – RADHIKA KALKAR ANAMIKA MISHRA DHANASHREE TELANG RINA BISEN UNNATI JOSHI

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