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Drawing Flats for Corsetieres: 1

Drawing flats

Marianne shows you how to produce flats - the clean, professional line drawings that show important construction details for each of your designs.

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mysolemnhour 04.02.2012 10:18  
Yes No   Oh wow ! Thank you, I was REALLY in need of this exact kind of tutorial !!! Flats, here I come !  
 
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martuszekk 04.02.2012 11:46  
Yes No   thank you for this article! Now I will have to read it once again and use the knowledge in practice! :-)  
 
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beespoke 04.02.2012 19:11  
Flats Yes No   I really appreciate this article!!!! I am currently at the beginning stages with my very first long distance client and communicating styles and options in this way is invaluable. Thank you so much and I look forward to your next article.  
 
chrissie_nw 05.02.2012 20:32  
Drawing Flats for Corsetieres Yes No   Fantastically informative!  
 
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cathyhay 06.02.2012 10:50  
Long distance clients Yes No   Jill, don't forget to check out the other articles in the "Running A Business" section, especially Jenni Hampshire's Long Distance Corsetry piece!

http://www.foundationsrevealed.com/corsetry/business

Glad you like what we're putting out there, ladies!
 
 
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sparklewren 06.02.2012 17:19  
Yes No   Brilliant little article, Marianne :-)  
 
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beespoke 10.02.2012 15:02  
Flats/Long distance corsetry Yes No   Thanks Cathy for the tip!  
 
marianne 07.03.2012 18:07  
Yes No   Thank you all for the lovely comments! Once you've mastered the basic skill set, be sure to check out the next installment for fancy finishing touches and corset details (binding, busk, various types of channels, etc): http://www.foundationsrevealed.com/corsetry/business/327-advanced-flats-for-corsetieres  
 
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beespoke 15.03.2012 13:50  
Flats Yes No   Welp, I do love this article, however, I'm just learning Illustrator, so it's actually taking some time to figure out the pen tool, handles, anchor points, etc. I'm determined to "get" this though, so your tutorial is awesome. Can't wait to learn enough on this one to be able to move on to the advanced flats tutorial! Have a feeling that this process will be a real timesaver rather than sketching out designs each time. Wish me luck!  
 
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straitlaced 08.06.2012 22:38  
Yes No   Thank you so much for this article. I have adapted it somewhat (I dont have illustrator, only Serif Craft Artist) but I am happy to say I have just completed my first basic flat :)
This is definetly a skill I want to continue developing
 
 
 
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