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All Souls Trilogy Costume Research & Development by Sharon Ali email@example.com
Something Wicked This Way Comes [the Scottish Play – W. Shakespeare]
My Thoughts on the importance of capturing preliminary “ unspoiled” ideas: -Sharon Ali
Mere colour Unspoiled by meaning & Unallied with definite form. Can Speak to the Soul In a thousand Different ways -Oscar Wilde
Concept begins with an idea of how to string together multiple components…. The order of things. [origins]
Something has to come first. Grabbing a thread… Tying the First Knot.
And so it begins…
the first knot Part 1 Research for fashion collection inspired by the personalities of All Soul’s Trilogy characters. Matthew –Diana-Ysabeau-Phillip [sketches coming soon]
A Time Study of the History of Jackets 14 th Century 16 th Century 19 th Century 21 st Century
History of Modern Jackets c 1950 Modern Jackets [ motor cycle jackets] share common ancestry with protective outer wear of the Alpha Male.[ Race Car / Motorcycle drivers in the 1940’s / 1950’s.
History of Jackets 1500s Elizabethan Fencing Doublet Motorcycle or racer jackets are based on doublet cuts of the 1500s
Metropolitan Museum New York Elizabethan Doublets were based on the protective armour of knights [1300’s]
All Souls Trilogy 2 nd knot Part 2 Costumes and character research
Hard Book Case
Time Pieces Through the ages
Ice Block Telescope
Juliette Durand’s Bedroom fire place” “a little off kilter”
Ysabeau Pocket Telescope?
Ysabeau If she had a laptop… maybe it would look like this…. Somehow both analog and digital
Telescopes See into other worlds and places so far away it is in another time.
3 rd Knot Character Studies Illustrations Capturing Mood of Character through Body Language
Ysabeau In Hunting Attire Taking Diana to the woods..she stalks her prey.
Satu’s Engraving Aged blood [dried on Diana’s clothes…. Blood should look like it is a fiber … “woven” into fabric A visual foreshadowing of Diana being a weaver
Diana in the Garden A vulnerable moment The moment before Satu picks her like a flower from the Garden of Sept Tours
Satu As she descends gracefully and skillfully at Gibert’s Castle
Matthew At the Bodlian on Mabon Just before they met. Mathew leans against a column casually observing his prey… unaware that the predator is about to be smitten
Diana A broken Diana looks across the Obelisque confronting its ghosts and her own.
Matthew & Baldwin The moment Baldwin arrives at Sept Tours and finds out Matthew has “taken up” with a witch.
4 th Knot Part 4 Period Research Plates
Louisa New Orleans
Accessories [ Louisa] 19 th Century
Elizabethan Doublet Details
Costume Design Theatre Productions MVHS Fall 2008.
SOLILOQUY VS. MONOLOGUE. SOLILOQUY A soliloquy is a word taken from Latin and it means ‘talking by oneself.’ It’s a device that dramatists – and Shakespeare.
Visualization Reading Comprehension. Good morning fellow knights. Today our mission is to Camelot. Let’s saddle up and enjoy the journey back through.
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THE TIME MACHINE FLASHCARDS. Jurassic Jane is a cave woman from THE STONE AGE.
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Macbeth The Scottish Play. By William Shakespeare Adapted by 9W February 2013.
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Intro to the Elizabethan Era Research Project. What is the Elizabethan era? An era in England when Queen Elizabeth I was the monarch Often.
Medieval Portraits Day 1
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Dressing a Dream (Lesson 4) By Mary Erickson, Ph.D., and Rebecca Akins, Costume Designer.
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Gesture Drawing Objective: You will sketch figures in action poses in order to learn how to draw a gesture. DRILL: 1.Get a marker, crayon, oil pastel,
Beading and Bracelets Friendship Bracelets, Native American (Navajo & Apache) Patterns, and Project Inspiration & Objectives.
Are You Smarter than a 4 th Grader? Fourth Grade Picture.
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