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Young, Edith / Student's manual of fashion drawing: thirty lessons with conventional charts
(1919)

Lesson II: To put the dress on the form,   pp. 4-7 ff. PDF (1.3 MB)


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LESSON II 
TO PU    THDRESS ON TH  PORM 
curng the far side of the V around the 
neck to the center line. The near side 
takes a slight reverse curve around the 
neck to the center line. 
  Remember, in dressing up a form that it 
is oval, and the lines must follow the form, 
and not be drawn straight. Draw just as 
few lines as possible, in the right direction. 
  Women's clothing opens from right to 
  A flat round button has a small shadow 
underneath, darkest at the bottom. A 
high, round button casts a shadow like a 
sphere. To obtain this draw the round 
of the button, then draw another round 
the same size through the center of the 
first one, blackening the part underneath 
the button. The buttonholes may      be 
drawn with one or two lines, but must 
the belt in front, 
elt at the sides. 
f direction where 
under the blouse. 
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