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Minggu, November 16, 2008

Sepatu Pesta

Only Rp165.000/shoes


Sepatu kaca only Rp.200.000 at special price
Harga Rp 186.000

Gimana???Cantik banget kan sepatunya???Tau ga,ada lho yang bisa bikin sepatu semirip aslinya.Mau pesen???Klik aja http://www.kaskus.us/showthread.php?t=1047182

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Sepatu Santai

Keren neh buat nyante or jalan2, ga bikin kaki capek deeeeh. so, buat kamu2 yang mo jalan2 or shopping sebaiknya pilih sepatu dengan model kayak gini. Tapi sementara baru ada gambar ini dulu y he he

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Minggu, Oktober 19, 2008

Membuat Slide Show buat blogmu

Membuat Slide Show di Blog

Kalo ada foto yang bisa dislide show mungkin Blog kita jadi rada seger kali ya!! buat temen yang mau bikin silahkan ikuti tips berikut ini.

1. Pertama masuk ke account Google anda di www.google.com yg belum silahkan daftar atau buat email/account di google ada di pojok kanan atas SIGN-UP atau daftar.
2. Jika sudah berhasil selanjutnya anda masuk kebagian MORE - pilih Photo
3. Anda akan menjumpai PICASA atau link langsungnya di www.picasaweb.google.com
4. Disini anda bisa Meng-UPLOAD foto dari Komputer anda - tinggal klik browse dan Upload [untuk lamanya waktu tergantung dari besar dan kecilnya foto anda]
5. Jika sudah selesai apluad bisa anda setting pada bagian nama/caption tiap foto, beri judul album anda... maka proses pembuatan album foto sudah selesai
6. Selanjutnya untuk membuat slide show cari option Embed Slide Show
7. Copy code yang ada disitu
8. Terakhir anda masuk ke account Blogger anda, lalu pada Tab Template - page element - pilih Add Page Element - pilih HTML/JavaScript
9. Finishing anda paste-kan code dari picasa tadi..

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Sabtu, Januari 05, 2008

Wedding Dress


Detailed Product Description
A ball gown fit for a modern princess. The lace-up strapless bodice is embellished with intricate embroidered lace and beaded with a pleated tulle overlay creating an empire waist. The fully gathered tulle skirt has a hem rich with scrolled embroidery and beading.
Fabric:Tulle


Detailed Product Description
√Main Material: Satin (Taiwan 4810+395); Organza; Lace; Lining; US soft net; beadings; embridery, etc.
Detailed Product Description
Satin Strapless W/ Corset Bodice & Beaded Embroidery On Upper Bodice, Attached Chapel Train W/ Beaded Embroidery On Back Train
(1) Long Trail, metal boning;
(2) Good Handmade work of the dresses
Detailed Product Description
Fabric: Satin & organza & lining decorated with lace & beading.Strapless A-Line Empire Bodice,Net Over Satin,Beaded Embroidery,Attached Chapel Train
Detailed Product Description
All Over Lace Mermaid Strapless With Empire Bodice, Attached Chapel Train
Strapless gown with lace draped asymmetricaly across the bodice to the shirred band along the waist into the layers of falling ruffles on the skirt. The partial lace-up back is outlined with the lace into the center back skirt.
Detailed Product Description
Strapless gown with lace draped asymmetricaly across the bodice to the shirred band along the waist into the layers of falling ruffles on the skirt. The partial lace-up back is outlined with the lace into the center back skirt.
Detailed Product Description
Spaghetti strap gown with embroidered lace along the sweetheart neckline. Shirred organza overlay falls asymmetrically across the bodice and over the embroidered tulle skirt. The back is decorated with scattered embroidered lace.
Fabric: Organza and Tulle
Detailed Product Description
Features:
1) One-piece wedding dresses
2) Satin gown
3) Zipper back
4) Embellished with hand made satin/organza flowers
5) Fabric:
a) Taiwan made high quality thick bridal satin (4811 and 395 satin)
b) We also use chiffon, taffeta and 2080 organza
6) Beads:
a) For rhinestones, we only use crystal and Czech diamonds
b) For other beads, we only use Japan made Matsuno glass
beads, bugle beads and seed beads
Detailed Product Description
Spaghetti strap gown with embroidered lace along the sweetheart neckline. Shirred organza overlay falls asymmetrically across the bodice and over the embroidered tulle skirt. The back is decorated with scattered embroidered lace.
Detailed Product Description
1) One-piece wedding dresses
2) Strapless
3) Satin gown
4) Zipper back
5) Embellished with hand made satin/organza flowers
6) Fabric:
a) Taiwan made high quality thick bridal satin (4811 and 395 satin)
b) We also use chiffon, taffeta and 2080 organza
7) Beads:
a) For rhinestones, we only use crystal and Czech diamonds
b) For other beads, we only use Japan made Matsuno glass
beads, bugle beads and seed beads


Detailed Product Description
Short sleeve gown with a scoop neckline. The bodice is filled with scrolling embroidery and beadwork. The same accents the front of the full A-line skirt. The back bodice is finished with a lace up over the zipper. The box pleated bustles are embroidery accented and flow into the decorated semi-cathedral train.
Fabric: Royal Satin, Taiwan Satin
Detailed Product Description
1) Fabric:satin,tulle,chiffon,silk,organza
2) Embellishment:lace,handmade embroidery,beadings
3) Beading:Bugle beads, pearls, sequins, seed pearls and glass beads,Swarovski crystal,Czech diamond


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Selasa, Januari 01, 2008

Trends

Trends

The ruthless business of fashion forecasting - also known as trend spotting - makes its money, as well as its reputation, on the quick and accurate dispersal of such information. Sites such as WGSN and styledetective.com contain all the latest trend info for companies and retailers online, for a substantial fee.

-Yen Tran

Currently, many designers and retailers employ in-house trend-seekers to travel to international cities in search of the latest and the hottest trends and ideas. As a fashion buyer for a retailer you would travel the world in seek of samples of clothing on offer in many different countries for inspiration for your retail store.

It’s a good place to start by looking at sites for fashion trends, to give you an idea of which direction fashion is going. This will give you insight into the latest colours, fabrics, accessories, silhouettes and themes to come. You do not need to be a fashion follower, but it is always helpful to get some inspiration for your designs. Here are some of the places I like to browse:

www.zara.co.uk
www.mango.com
www.topshop.com
www.riverisland.com
www.fashion-411.com
www.vogue.com

You might also try to walk the streets, see what people are wearing, how they’re wearing it, and how they’re accessorising it. Often I find if you look at other people’s work, you tend to be influenced by it. Therefore its better to find inspiration from your surroundings. Either by people, nature or even interior design and architecture.

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Technical Drawings

Technical Drawings

Also known as: flats, black & whites, diagrammatics or specification drawings - these are used to demonstrate several garments used in clothing design. Using a template, they are drawn to scale, showing construction lines and styling details. This drawing would include stitch lines, collar types, style lines, pockets, trims and all sewing techniques. All aspects must be labelled, eg:”Binding” or “saddle stitch” even if its obvious in the drawing. Imagine you’re communicating with someone who doesn’t know the manufacturing process.

These are always drawn from an anterior perspective, never at an angle. Consider this your only means of communication to the seamstress, if you leave out a particular detail, then the garment won’t end up being manufactured properly.

Use these body templates in the same way that you’d use the figure templates, but exclude any parts of the body; this is used for clothing demonstration only, not storyboards.
Click on the wording, not the picture to enlarge:

Female Template: Male Template:

Use these CAD garment templates in the same way that you’d use the figure templates, you can use them in Photoshop, Coreldraw or Freehand to do your fashion flats or technical drawings. You can even print them and just trace them off. I gave a selection of the same garment to suit everyone’s styles:


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Working drawings may be drawn with your free hand or using a computer program. It is not necessary to use the 9 heads techniques in your flat technical drawings.

I prefer to use a 0.1mm pin fineliner. This will create a professional finish and is handy when illustrating the stitch lines. I know its time consuming, but always draw with pencil first, then fineliner. Use curves and rulers at all times to ensure symmetry.
You can use some creative ideas when displaying your technical drawings, it need not be dull.

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Creating Figures

Creating Figures

In fashion illustration your figure should be drawn long and slim with squared off shoulders and very unrealistically elongated legs. It will look extremely out of proportion, as the legs tend to be exaggeratedly long. The waist must be drawn very slender.

In drawing your figure, remember that the waist is one third down from the top of the figure. It is most important to show this important aspect of the figure, which will add to the elegance of your croquis. The waist falls in between the pelvic box and the upper torso shape, and should have a nice curve inward over these two structures of the body. The figures are measured in head widths, in order to ensure you’re getting the proportions right.
-Image- Arturo Elena



The true female figure measures seven to eight head lengths in height, the fashion figure measures nine to ten head lengths. In fashion drawing you must retain the basic proportions of the human form from head to crotch, only add extra length to the legs to give dramatic stylised effect and give your designs more dynamic appeal. Why do some people prefer to use templates to trace instead? Your proportions are guaranteed and the hard work of redrawing faces and hands is greatly diminished when just using a set of templates and tracing the clothing directly onto it!

Try to keep as many different pose templates as you can, it becomes boring if you keep using a figure that has the same animated pose over and over. Keep demure ones for eveningwear, strident ones for fashion wear, animated ones for sportswear etc. If you are using four figures on one board, use at least two different poses.


-Christian Lacroix Croquisnbsp; -Image- online-academy

FREE NINE HEADS DIAGRAM!!

In the diagram below, you’ll see a typical scale for the fashion figure that generally measures 9 heads tall. Male and female fashion figures are the same in proportion of height, but have some obvious differences. Keep this diagram handy when practicing your figure illustration.
The following points of reference are noted below:

-Nine Heads Diagram

Top of the head
Chin
Shoulder
Armholes
Bust apex
Waistline
End of torso or crotch

Knees

Below the foot


Top

When illustrating the fashion template, you need to ensure the figure doesn’t look skew and seem like it is falling over, you need to understand the balance line. If you always keep in mind where your balance line is supposed to be, then your figure pose will always look correct, even when exaggerating and stylising everything else.

The line is dependant on the position of the feet, and is determined by the centre of gravity of your chosen pose, it must be a vertical line from floor to neck, this is a good rule to draw by.

The balance line will move if the weight is placed from one foot to the other. Always bear in mind that the balance shifts between the feet as the figure moves. Find the correct placement of the figure’s head in relation to the legs and feet.

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-Image: Sarah Louise Petty


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