19 Corset heels heel is that the two sides are tied together as a traditional

19 corset heels heel is that the two sides are tied

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19. Corset heels- heel is that the two sides are tied together as a traditional corset would be but similar to mule or boo t heel 20. French heels or Louis heels or pompadour heels - similar to spool heels wherein they are short but have some curve to the heel. 21. Oxford heels 22. Chunky heels (square)- any heel with a wider base that is typically square
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8. Production flowchart 10 23. Comma heels (punctuation)- we're referring to the punctuation mark. Now line that up with the heel of a shoe, 24. Espadrille heels - shoes have a fabric upper and a plaited fiber sole, flat, and can have a heel or wedge base. 25. Fantasy heels- heel type to cover all of the crazy designs out there
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8.B. Upper production flowchart: 9. Designing A designer is not only to sketch some line on the last but to have the ability and skill to transfer a two dimensional drawing on a three dimensional last. finally two dimensional paper patterns to fit three dimensional last to make shoe . Shoes are among the oldest commodity through some fundamental ties and it had passed characteristic of designing a shoe, which are known as Basic design The basis of design : A correct designed article whether it is shoe or children’ toy is based on the following three points are I) purpose, II) material, III) method Function of a shoe Designer: 1. The basic concept or idea of the shoe to be created and the imaginary shoe sketch to be drawn on a paper and is two dimensional work 2. To transfer original sketch on the last and preparing for the basic model. It is the three dimensional 3. Development of the “base model” or “standard” cutting of individuals paper pattern for the concerned shoe and it is two dimensional 4 Finally the preparation of a complete shoe. It is moulding of the shoe closed upper the last and consecutive operation up to finishing and it is three dimensional. 11
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How to become a creative Designer: D -Dedication to the profession E -Expertise or know how of the function S -Self discipline which a professional must develop through training and practice I -Imagination which is the main ingredient of any creative work G - ‘Guts’ to work under most discouraging conditions N - ‘Nosiness’ which drives him to find out things to improve and keep abreast. E -Eagerness to learn more and more R -Realism as the ultimate shoe will be worn by the individual person. It must provide comfort while walking, the process of making should be easy and cost A Designer to carry 1. A model last on which design of shoe is made 2. High-density plastic board (nylon)approx. size 2’*2’*1 3. Sharp edge steel knife with plastic handle light in weight or steel knife [1/2” blade] with metal handle for heavier use , mainly for paper cutting 4. Steel or fiberglass transparent ruler preferable with inch and centimeter print on it. Its mainly used to draw lines and to cut straight edges of paper 5. Non-stretchable self-adhesive tape for direct designing. This paper is sticked on the paper while designing 6. Set square for drawing angle 7. Diagonal scale for drawing angle 8. A pair of divider with lock screw device to transfer measurement and trace parallel line 9.
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