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Fashion Visual Notes

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Chapter 2 of Notes
Fashion Fundamentals
Gargi Bhaduri
Class Notes
Fashion Visuals
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This 8 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaitlyn Lipsitt on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Fashion Fundamentals-10010-001 at Kent State University taught by Gargi Bhaduri in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 66 views.

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Date Created: 02/11/16
Elements of Design  Line- the directional of visual interest in clothing (thick, thin, rough, smooth), creates mood and feeling in clothing  Shape (silhouette)- go through the fashion cycle and seem to repeat themselves in history Lines can divide a silhouette (once a waistline is added to a dress it immediately because a bodice and a skirt  color  texture- creates visual interest or a focal point in a composition/ garment visual texture the illusion of texture (2d) tactile/ actual texture- 3d  space/ composition- positive or negative Eleements of design  principles of design  artwork  Vertical Lines- suggest strong and stable  Horizontal Line- peace and calm  Diagonal Lines-power  Straight Lines-crispness  Curved Lines-fluidity Too many of either straight of curved in one style is not good  Shape also called  Texture 2-D ______________ and 3-D _____________  Space _______________ or ___________________ Principles of Design  balance  emphasis  rhythm  unity 1  movement  variety  harmony  proportion Principles of Design  Serve as guidelines for combining the five elements  Flexible and _always can be reinterpreted depending on the in fashion trends Balance  Equality of visual weight in a design  Symmetry is equal balance  Asymmetrical is unequal balance  The sides are _____ but still look ______. Emphasis  Special attention or importance 2   Emphasis  One area stands out by contrasting it with other areas; size, color, texture, shape, etc Rhythm  Visual rhythm is produced by repetition of elements Unity gives a sense of gives a sense of oneness to a visual image 3 Harmony  Blended elements of a visual image which relate to and complement each other Movement  Viewer’s eyes is led through the work of art 4  Such movement can be directed along line edges, shape, and color within the artwork Variety Use of differences or contrasts in color, textures, shapes, lines, or Proportion  The pleasing interrelationship of the size of all parts of a visual image  Close relationship between mathematics and art  Unequal proportion is more interesting than equal proportion Designers continually experiment with subtle variations in proportion Proportion  Principle of proportion- parts of a whole  Divine proportion/ Golden Section- 1:1.618 5 Proportion  Golden section Golden Ratio of Human Beauty Examples of how Elements of Design are used of design were applied using _____________ of design Line 6 Shape Color 7 Texture Space Assignment 3: One board- complementary or analogous (3 chips) 2 board- warm of cool Present your colors as painted color chips *min of 10 pictures per board (magazine pictures, or printed online pictures) nd 2 assignment- mood board 5 color swatches 3 fabric swatches title at least one page paper 8


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