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A working costume designer's guide to color / Jeanette deJong.

Av: DeJong, Jeanette [aut]Language: English Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2021Beskrivning: ix, 247 sidor illustrationerInnehållstyp: text, still image Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780815352150Ämne(n): Teaterdräkter | Kostymering | Design | FärgerGenre/Form: Handböcker, manualer etc.DDK-klassifikation: 792.026 SAB-klssifikation: Ihku | Ikabb Onlineresurser: Omslagsbild
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Anmärkning bestånd: C17.980 Libris-ID: hwcfrj45fprbhwzjSummary: A Working Costume Designer's Guide to Color provides readers with the skills and knowledge to create coherent color schemes for costumes. Drawing on decades of experience in the costume shop, the author guides readers through every step of the process, from finding inspiration for a color scheme and successfully working with the design team to understanding how lighting design can affect costume color choices. Filled with step-by-step illustrations of how to add colors to a set of renderings and color-block samples to illustrate color theory, terminology, and usage of colors, the book covers a wide range of topics, including: How to add colors to a set of renderings to clarify characters and character relationships. How color interacts with surface pattern and fabric textures. Color theory and terminology. How to combine colors to make a coherent color scheme using different methods, including using dominant, supporting, and accent colors. How to flatter actors while staying within an overall color scheme. Color meanings in different cultures and for different time periods. How to manage costume changes to preserve or extend a color scheme. A valuable resource for students of costume design courses and professional costume designers, A Working Costume Designer's Guide to Color provides readers with the tools to create harmonious color schemes that will enhance the look of a production as whole
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A Working Costume Designer's Guide to Color provides readers with the skills and knowledge to create coherent color schemes for costumes. Drawing on decades of experience in the costume shop, the author guides readers through every step of the process, from finding inspiration for a color scheme and successfully working with the design team to understanding how lighting design can affect costume color choices. Filled with step-by-step illustrations of how to add colors to a set of renderings and color-block samples to illustrate color theory, terminology, and usage of colors, the book covers a wide range of topics, including: How to add colors to a set of renderings to clarify characters and character relationships. How color interacts with surface pattern and fabric textures. Color theory and terminology. How to combine colors to make a coherent color scheme using different methods, including using dominant, supporting, and accent colors. How to flatter actors while staying within an overall color scheme. Color meanings in different cultures and for different time periods. How to manage costume changes to preserve or extend a color scheme. A valuable resource for students of costume design courses and professional costume designers, A Working Costume Designer's Guide to Color provides readers with the tools to create harmonious color schemes that will enhance the look of a production as whole

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