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6 Renderings for "The Contrast" Project at The Costumer'sManifesto Costume Design & Construction '''6 Renderings for "The Contrast" (10D)'''
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Thermoplastic Helmet Project at The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Thermoplastic Helmet Project (5D+10C)'''
  
'''Step 1:''' Using the data you found in the
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'''The Project: '''
  
[[254pagesProjectsHistresearch|Historical Research Project]] incorporate your research into colored designs for 6 of the characters in Royall Tyler's
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Render a helmet design on paper to give yourself a plan to work towards. You may end up changing your plan slightly, but starting without a plan is definitely a mistake.
  
[http://authorsdirectory.com/c/tcntr10.htm|The Contrast.] You need not follow the research slavishly, but the evidence of your sources should be apparent in your drawings. Then label your drawings something like this:
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[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsRendlayout.gif]]
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[[AdviceCostcraftsmanualTmpjk13|A Hexcelite Helmet]] instructions and use them as a loose guide for making a Varaform or Fossshape thermoplastic helmet.
  
'If you have difficulty drawing figures,' you can print out some of the outline sheets below, and do your renderings on these sheets. ''Printing the sheet onto cardstock will allow you to use watercolors without having the paper wrinkle''
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When it is finished, photograph the helmet and post the photos to your File folder at the class
  
[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsFemalefront.gif]]
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[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thr254/|eGroup]. Post a message to the group letting everyone know you have posted these pictures so you can get feedback.
  
[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsFemalefront.jpg]] Female Front Outline sheet.
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[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsFemaleback.jpg]] Female Back Outline sheet
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[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsMalefront.jpg]] Male Front Outline sheet.
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[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsMaleback.jpg]]Male Back Outline sheet.
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Another way of Making rendering easier is to make a "Dancing Man":
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[[File:ManifestobookRenderingtipsDancingman.gif]] Make this out of heavycardstock, connect the pieces with brads as shown in the center, and lay it onyour paper to make different poses for your body-outlines.
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Whenever you have spare time this semester, teach yourself more about rendering by going to this
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[[Advice1pagesRenderinglinks|links page]] for more lessons.
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'''Step 2:'''
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Scan and post the images you drew to your
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[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thr254/files/|files section] and post a notification on the message board that you have done renderings for this play and would appreciate feedback from the other students.
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Thermoplastic Helmet Project at The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction Thermoplastic Helmet Project (5D+10C)

The Project:

Render a helmet design on paper to give yourself a plan to work towards. You may end up changing your plan slightly, but starting without a plan is definitely a mistake.

Read

A Hexcelite Helmet instructions and use them as a loose guide for making a Varaform or Fossshape thermoplastic helmet.

When it is finished, photograph the helmet and post the photos to your File folder at the class

[1]. Post a message to the group letting everyone know you have posted these pictures so you can get feedback.

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