Character Costume Figure Drawing: Step-by-Step Drawing Methods for Theatre Costume Designers
"I am particularly pleased that the author addresses CHARACTER so heavily in her presentation of material. That is, after all, what plays are about."
Madeline Ann Kozlowski, Emmy Award winning Costume Designer, Professor of Costume Design, UCI
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The Balanceofthe Body
Figures in Action
PosesChange through Time
Feet and Shoes CHAPTER 5
What Is the Best Way to Begin?
Outliningthe Garment The Details CHAPTER 6
CreatingHighlights and Shadows
Painting with Markers
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