The gown an ni ght g h i pt is a NIOht dress the pajama S a TWO piece garment a sleeping suitsee fashion Kaagaxin S And catalogs FOR styles

Trousers Fashion Draw

THE. SHIRT i THE PI&ST OF THE. OUTER GARMENTS, COVERS TME UPPER PART OP THE &OPy. THE SHIRTTAIL IS USUALLY COVERED BY THE. TROUSERS OR SKIRT. THE SHIRT HANG-S LOOSE FRO PA THE SHOULDERS « «T I 6 DRAWN CCRU SHED} IN AT THE WAIST BVTHE BHLT(T0P OF TROUSERS OR SKIRT), FOLDS CAUSED BVTHE, BELT CRUSH-

Drawing Drapery Folds

I THE LOOSE, SHIRT ARE SIMILAR TO THE ONES PRODUCED BY THE STRING- TIED TIGHTLY AROUND A PAP BR, CYLINDER CA>

THE BLOUSE SHOWN ON PAG-B 19 ISA

sh irt worn ay women,

THERE 13 GREAT VARIETY IN STY La OP SLEEVE-S AND COLLARS. ALSO THE SHIRT TAIL I S" SHORT. LOOK ABOUT YOU. NOTICE STYLE«

supporting-surfaces shoulders mfeff chest

THE BLOUSftl

A SHOWS G-ARMENT EXTENDED TO ITS G-REATEST WIDTH. NOTICE SHAPE OK AP.MH0LE%A'(C-ARMENT

'exploded', pulled apart, to show

CONSTRUCTION.) ALSO SHAPE OF UPPER LIMIT OF SLEEVE

COMPARE WfTH 'B'and SHOWING FULLNESS UNDER ARM CRUSHED TOG-ETHER, AGAINST Si DE OF THE FIOURE AMD ARK-

collar always describes the form of the neck-

Neck Collars For Sleeping

collar always describes the form of the neck-

NOTE

folds caused by excess material necessary to free movement of arm\.

Shoulder Pads Restrict Arm Movement

\ml HANG-fNG FROM J Vf/ SHOULDER (SEAM)

SLEEVE DRAPING-(FALL/N&-) FROM TOP OP SHOULDER

ARM i TO

SLEEVE — crushing^

against^

notice *

SLEEVE crushed ^

PULL.

CRUSH

PULL

PULL

PULL

PULL

CRUSH

' ARM THRUST BACKWARD

PULL

—'—~ ARM THRUST' FOR WAR P CAUSfNG-APOINTOP PULL A-r

PULL

PULL

PULL

PULL

—'—~ ARM THRUST' FOR WAR P CAUSfNG-APOINTOP PULL A-r

PULL

PULL

PULL

Drawing Drapery Lessons

CLOTH THROWN OVER BOX FORM SHOWN AT (A) TO SHOW THE. INFLUENCE OF THC PROJECTION OF THE BREASTS THE. DRAPERY.

CLOTH THROWN OVER BOX FORM SHOWN AT (A) TO SHOW THE. INFLUENCE OF THC PROJECTION OF THE BREASTS THE. DRAPERY.

AMY MOVEMENT , HOWEVER SLIG-HT, CAUSE FOLDS IN THE GARMENTS WORN, IN COMPLICATED ACTIONS/ WATCH THE FOLIOS, THEY EXPLAIN THE ACT«OH OF THE FIGURE UNDER-NEATH. DO ANALYSIS ORAWINWOF ACTION PHOTOS, MAW TO LEARN,

CRUSH

PUI.L

THE TU RUE NECK RULL. OVER

PULL,

T He PUi^LOVpLR

Apollinaire Calligramme

THE SWEATER

PULL,

T He PUi^LOVpLR

CRUSH

PUI.L

THE TU RUE NECK RULL. OVER

HERE ARE A FEW

Drawing Drapery LessonsUnbuttoned Double Breasted Vest

VEST

SHOULDERS THROWN FORWARD AND RAISED SLIGHTLY BACK O P"

the unbuttoned vest hang-3

NOTICE pull. FROM THE END OF , STRAP

by women are tiicdrj;? those worn by mew except that they button from rig-ht —> to -—» iftt

THE BACK OF THE VEST IS MADE OF A DIFFERENT MATERIAL THAN THE. FRONT. USUALLY SILK OR SATIN.

PULL

| £ w notice the half beltand buckle at the s^ll of the back - tmi s may be ad j u&teo TO fit snug at the waist--

THE VEST ISA SLEEVELESS GARMENT, FITTING SNUGLY AROUND THE CHEST AND END ING- JUST BELOW THE WAIST

five. J BUTTON'

THE JACKET

Different Jacket Types Styles
'Vi??

THE JACKET IS ONLY TWO TYPES LEFT SIDE OP

OVER THE , BING-LE AND

OF ALL KEN'S OTHER

COMES IN THE THE RtG-HT

padding- in

SHOULDERS

OVERCOAT

RAGMAN SLEEVES

NATURAL-SHOULDERS

OVERCOAT

BOX COAT SET IN ^ SLEEVES

double breasted ^ JACKET ^

PAODEV

shoulders

OVERCOAT

BOX COAT SET IN ^ SLEEVES

double breasted ^ JACKET ^

PAODEV

shoulders padding- in

SHOULDERS

NOTICE!

mens clothes button from

LEFT

RIOhIT

OVERCOAT

RAGMAN SLEEVES

NATURAL-SHOULDERS

t h e jacket

Drawing Drapery LessonsSleeping Ladies Bing Photos

NOTICE I

women's clothes buttont from

RIGHT to LEFT

THERE 13 MUCH more varigtv IN the style op wo/abn'9 jackets, collars/ lapels, sleeves and the length change constantly. make analysis drawing« prom photos in fashion magazines to lea£x the sn\art and new styles. cons bare your draw' /ngs with tme simple jacket shown above,

Pyi-L FROM arm PtT

POLL FROM ELBOW .

notice Cloth crushed

SUG-flTLY 8Y RAISED SHOULDER

Draw Cloth Folds

PULL FROM

ARM PIT

Five Senses Poem

POLL from button pold5 Radiat/ng-TO SHOULDERS and h ips ( support ^PFACIHS

FOLDS OF SLEEVE ORIG-IMATE at back of

AR/VS HOL& and radiate DI AGON ALL/4, OVER FOR^Aij op "the.

arm to the

SURFACE. of

5UPPO

Pyi-L FROM arm PtT

POLL FROM ELBOW .

PU1L from bl/tton notice Cloth crushed

SUG-flTLY 8Y RAISED SHOULDER

PULL from shoulder jy

PULL FROM

ARM PIT

see. the fold caused by this 3mouldsrs being- raised, crush i no- coat against neck lower sleeve crus

LOWER PART OF JACKET LIFTED AND CRUSHED BY LOWER ARM •

LL FROM ARM PIT. FOLDS

radiating- TO

UPPER SURFACES OF THE ARMS AND TO THE BACK OF

/supporting-^ ^surfaces )

FOLDS ON SLEEVE —* ORIGINATE AT SHOULDER AND BACK OP A?M RADIATE TO FRONT OF ARM

NOTICE. THE POINTS OF pull

CAUSED BY THE PROJECTION i*

OF THE BREASTS /

/FOLDS

WH^ CRUSH

44 1

fejl) SHOULDER AND tWJK ARM PIT. __ w RADIATE TO

gs\ ARMPIT.

ARM if FOLDS

RADIATE FROM ELBOW

Joshua Nava

PULL

CRUSH fMf

PULL

ALL FOLDS START AT THE POINTS OF PULL AND RADIATE \ TO THEIR SUPPORTING- ^ SU RFACE S DI A&ONALLY OPPOSITE- ^

,PUU

Drapery Style Line Drawing

BE SC/RE COLLAR

fits around

padding-

Drapery Collar

JACKET

BE SC/RE COLLAR

fits around

CONSTRUCTION

padding-

NOTICE \ jacket C coat;

extends over shoulder

Manga Body Construction

arm and sleeve

'exploded' from 1

BODY AT RIG-HT.

SEE HOW THE ARM -HOLE >S COT FULL TO ALLOW FREE MOVEMENT OF ARM AND SHOULDER. SLEEVE DRAPES AROUND ARM

exploded drawing-showing- shape or

ARM HOLE. AND DRAPE OF SLEEVE.

enclosing- ARM* j

YOKE

ifev ARJ\ HOLE. ggw CRUSHED ®m:u ag#vi n &t mm' Bopy BY

mm- arm shirt hung- on line to show how sleeve is set into bo d v of shirt (&> •

when arm is lowered ©sleeve falls in diagomal folds from top of arm-hole seam to inside limit op sleeve.

Lowered Armhole Technical Drawing

SHOULDER Filled out

VSITH i PADDING- i

^OLDS OF' SHIRT SLEEVE FALL FROM SHOULDER AS DOES A CLOTH SUPPORTED &Y TWO PIN&

SHOULDER : COAT <ID THE

material, does not PERMIT

IN THE SHIRT

TOP OF COAT- i SLEEVJE CONFORMS TO THE / SHAPE OF THE I ARM HOLEL.

-TittViN-wu

^W/ THE. Pfi^L „ ¿#/ of G^v#y.Ja/ASJ^ SEEN TP ©feT-CA ADVANTAGE IN'

THE material 1 s

Jl|x\ DOWNm^pS

PULL

EACH TROUSER LEG- IS A. TAPERING- CLOTH CVUI N OER , „ . which has been creasep down the center in front and back- they cover the figure from waist une to heel. on the standing- figure they fall. free from the buttocks intheback, the Hips atthe side; and fronl the center of the th | gh .opposite the bottocksjn front,

Center Front Drapery

XA SHOWS THE CYLINDRICAL CONSTRUCTION OF A PAIR OF TROUSERS.

'B' INSIDE VIEW OF TROUSER CYLINDER.

c' notice cylinder cut away on the inside to fit AROUND FIGURE. from waist to crotch !

Drapery Style Line Drawing

WITH

Drapery Style Line Drawing

C.UPFS

CREASE OF TROUSERS-* 'BREAKS' LIKE THE «-STRING OF PLUMB-LINE WITH THE WEIG-WT RESTING ON THE

ground

WITH

C.UPFS

Drapery Style Line Drawing

THE SKIRT 13 A

CONE

Drapery Style Line Drawing

the SKIRT IS a cone OR CLOTH THAT falls free FROfA the. pi our e AT the. BUTTOCKS, HIPS AND th/g-hs the same as trousers. skirt styles gham&-e. frequently so it is necessary to follow the pashion magazines for style trends,

THE SKIRT 13 A

CONE

THE POKCE OF GRAVITY POU-3 DPWN EXCESS

*\ATERIAL THAT EXTENDS BEYOND the. supporting

"""FACE

A circular PIECE of cloth draped over a sphere palls infolds from its supporting- surface (the sphere) just like a skirt falls from its supporting-surfaces (the abdomen, hips andbl/tfock^

yof wil\find foup, (4-) distinct series fi>.f fot-ds im trousers inaction- thesk folds orig-inate at the. polntsof pull and radiate to the supporting- surfaces which are diag-onallv opposite-they are -

(a) Radiating from the hips (g) radiating from the CROTCH (g) rkdiating from the. BUTTOCKS @ radiating from the KNEES ^

1

I »

x

i

is

4

&

i

i

§

P

1

1,5

/

FOLD5 ORIG-INATE AT POINTOF PUL.L THEN

PULL

FOLD5 ORIG-INATE AT POINTOF PUL.L THEN

PULL

Drawing Drapery Lessons

FOLDS IN HAN&ÍNQ-D Rj^F3 & RY A LWAYS START AT" TH^ T'OfNT OP STRESS (jPLi LL) ANP RADIATE TO T M fe N EXT" POINT OF SUPPORT, usual.lv diag-onaluy opposiTe -

see. abov&

dia&rafa

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