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Basic ideas for costume designs

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  • 1. How to design a Costume
  • 2.
    • Costumes
    • can go from absolutely stunning to simple and effective
  • 3. THINGS TO REMEMBER !!!
    • Time period
    • Theme/Message
    • Colour in relation to the sets and lights
    • Comfort and durability
    • The whole outfit
  • 4. TIME PERIOD
    • If the Director wants a TRUE to LIFE costume, you will need to
    • research the style
    • Colour
    • Try to get photos or pictures of how people dressed in that time
    • Even Jewellery, watches and shoes!!!
  • 5. Sketching
  • 6. Designing
    • A Costume Designer sketches out designs that include:
    • Character ideas
    • Hats – which can sometimes be a problem
    • Footwear
    • Props – handbags, pipes etc
  • 7. Historical - Roman
  • 8. Egyptian
  • 9. Medieval
  • 10. Everyman – Goods Deeds
  • 11. Everyman -
  • 12. Knowledge Everyman
  • 13.  
  • 14. Costumes and Lighting
    • You need to bear in mind the effect lights have on a costume
    • Transparent under lights
    • Light colours disappear
    • Changing the colour of the costume
  • 15. 1900’s
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
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  • 19. Sets and Costumes
    • A Costume Designer needs to be careful of getting the right balance
    • You don’t want the costumes to
    • Clash with the set colours
    • Blend in too much
    • The costumes can be symbolic or linked with the theme
  • 20.  
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23. Wizards
  • 24. Make believe
  • 25. The Hobbit
  • 26. The Hobbit
  • 27. Design Ideas
    • Include
    • Colour
    • Swatches of material
    • Annotation of ideas
  • 28. Henry VIII
  • 29. 1920’s
  • 30. Mother Goose
  • 31. Napoleon
  • 32. The Snow Goose
  • 33. Animals
    • When creating animal costumes you must ensure
    • You are truthful to the animal
    • Movement
    • links with make up
  • 34. Cats
    • In the creation of Cat costumes,
    • The designer allowed for
    • Movement
    • Links with cats colours
    • Link with make up
  • 35.  
  • 36.  
  • 37. The Lion King
    • The costumes in “The Lion King” are created using
    • Masks
    • Stilts
    • Extension of the body
    • Black outfits and puppets
  • 38. Notice the leopard!
  • 39. The giraffes are created by dancers on stilts
  • 40. The dancers become the animals using puppets
  • 41. The Lion Masks create the illusion of height and movement while still allowing performers the opportunity to project his voice
  • 42.  
  • 43. The parrot is a puppet controlled by an actor in a Black outfit
  • 44. Design to Costume
    • It is always good to take photos of the finished product.
  • 45. Paper design Actual Costume
  • 46.  
  • 47.  
  • 48. The Design
    • Should include:
    • A page of research of ideas
    • Swatches of material with annotation
    • A rough design
    • Final design with annotation
    • Bibliography
  • 49. Actual Costumes
  • 50. Dragon
  • 51. Blood Brothers
  • 52. The mother
  • 53. Camelot
  • 54. Joesph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat
  • 55. Les Miserable
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  • 66. Starlight Express
  • 67.  
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  • 69. Finally The costume design is up to your imagination

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