Write four reasons as to why you do not like to buy your clothes through the internet.
Reasons to not buy clothes through the internet:
Mahima plays basketball. Elaborate four important features she checks while selecting the fabric for her sports dress? Also, state six instructions she should give to the tailor for satisfactory workmanship for this dress?
Fabric should be-
You have designed a skirt top with the scarf for an adolescent girl. What two features would you consider while selecting its fabric? Suggest four ways each you can ensure emphasis and satisfactory the workmanship in this dress.
Features of fabric
To ensure emphasis
Usha wants to design a salwar kameez for school children. Draw and explain how she can use all the five principles of design in this dress.
Workmanship is done:
You Want to buy a dress for your farewell party. What will be the major aspects to be checked before buying it. Explain those by giving an appropriate reason.
Usha wants to design a sari and a blouse for working women. Explain how she can use all the principles of design in designing this dress. Use illustrations wherever needed.
Five Principles of design"
Balance: Balance is the equal distribution of weights. Symmetry between the left and right halves of the body garment is termed as the symmetrical balance. The purpose of balance is to bring a satisfying relationship between all the designs.
Proportion: The relative length of two parts of a garment is termed as a proportion. The degree and method of subordinating some part of the design to other are shown as a proportion.
Rhythm: Rhythm is the repeated use of lines or shapes to create a pattern Rhythm is achieved through:
Emphasis: Emphasis creates a centre of interest by focusing the viewer's attention on a specific area of the garment. It is basically the use of subordination in various parts in order to emphasize and highlight certain parts.
Harmony: Harmony should be achieved through the ideal use of colour, lines shape and texture to give a feeling of oneness. Harmony means the relationship of different portions of a dress.
Workmanship has done: