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Chapter 1 - Thin, thick, straight, curved. The stronger the...

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Chapter 1 17:43 DESIGN *process *product **Process- Planned attempt to achieve order and beauty. -process of purposeful visual creation -form of problem solving to reach a goal CH4 SHAPE, LINE, AND SPACE ARE INSEPERABLE. Space comes first, line comes second ( it creates the shape) Horizontal lines directs eye across and widen. Vertival lines direct eye up and down and lengthen. Line qualities- split body up into segments
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Unformatted text preview: Thin, thick, straight, curved. The stronger the line the more effective the illusion With lines, divide break up space, create illusions, use in direction of desired emphasis. Structre lines, pleats and stuff Decorative line, trims and fabric patterns. **SHAPES necklines- dominantly vertical elongates face and neck and narrows shoulders. Dominantly horizontal add to width 17:43 17:43...
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