Volumetric shape making and pattern cutting

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Campbell, Lesley Ann;
  • Publisher: Textile and Design Laboratory and Colab at the Auckland University of Technology

<p>This paper in light of pedagogical observations seeks to explore and examine an alternative approach to pattern cutting through volumetric shape making and a practical, process led investigation using Alien body shapes as a teaching resource.</p>\ud <p>The holistic f... View more
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