STUDENT'S MANUAL OF FASHION DRAWING LESSON II
collar above line 1, a little higher than in the front view, and connect the ends of the collar with the shoulders. The collar and waist lines curve up, but the bottom of the sleeve curves down. The top of the cuff follows the bottom line of the sleeve, exposing the inside of the cuff.
The armholes must be the same size and opposite each other. Do not hollow the armholes too much. Throw the sleeve out (curving very slightly out, to take away the stiffness). This is the reverse of the front view, which curves slightly in.
The waist is full in the front as shown by the blouse at the sides, but the back is perfectly plain and tight.
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