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Title: Contour
Authors: Nordberg, Johan
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Textilhögskolan (THS)
Issue Date: 8-Mar-2013
Series/Report no.: 2012.3.9
Programme: Modedesignutbildningen
Publisher: University of Borås/Swedish School of Textiles
Media type: text
Keywords: morph animation
sketch technique
Abstract: Traditional sketching with pen on paper can be seen as to visualize the memory. Limited to a framework of influences, experiences and ideas the outcome will result in something already known. In searching for knowledge an experimental sketch method counteracts this framework. The aim of this work is to explore morph animation of archetypical garments. Shape interpolation in Adobe Flash software makes it possible to calculate the way between two silhouettes. The result is a third silhouette, a morph of selected garments and depends on where the animation is paused. The work also deals with the gap between visualize(sketching) and making(construction/realization). In the investigation a new way of using animation as an sketch method have been found. Also how to use computer based 3D sketching in fashion design and an alternative construction method based on paper craft techniques have been developed. The collection consists of garments based on a morph between a classic skirt and a blazer to discuss new visions and possibility’s in fashion. Can the way we sketch, construct and produce affect garment definitions? And how could the findings in this work being used in a commercial industry.
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