COSTUMES - COSTUMES- DESIGN Costume Designer - Creating...

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COSTUMES- DESIGN Costume Designer - Creating costumes for production - Must know everything about the play - Read, research, read - Highly Skilled artist o Historian o Researcher o Graphic artist - Must know everything about characters o Ex: oral issues, politics, religion - Vision must unify all characters to look like they belong - Peoples clothing are like fingerprints - The costume reflect o Period o Locale o Time of day o Occasion o Social economic status o Age o Overall mood of the play o Physiological nature of the character - Sources Used: Primary and secondary o Paintings o Photographs o Magazines/catalogs of the period o Antiques o People from the period o History books o Costume books o Drawings of costumes o Lectures o Videos - Renderings o Costumer’s blueprint for construction o Pictures of costumes or characters wearing costume o Several are made of same costume, they chow Particular elements of costume Character in different pose How costume will move when worn - Made for the stage o Elaborate o Dramatic o Comfortable
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2009 for the course TAR 109 taught by Professor Warburton during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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COSTUMES - COSTUMES- DESIGN Costume Designer - Creating...

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