"9 HEADS FASHION BOOK" S Curve Fashion Drawing Template SOURCE: https://chantellecottrell.wordpress.com/2014/09/11/9-heads-fashion-book-review/:

"9 HEADS FASHION BOOK" S Curve Fashion Drawing Template SOURCE: https://chantellecottrell.wordpress.com/2014/09/11/9-heads-fashion-book-review/:

An S-curve is perfect for an informal long, thin yard, whether it is the right way around or reversed. The line evokes a flowing river and the design resonates with a dynamic rhythm. Sweeping steps run down from a curved paved patio.

An S-curve is perfect for an informal long, thin yard, whether it is the right way around or reversed. The line evokes a flowing river and the design resonates with a dynamic rhythm. Sweeping steps run down from a curved paved patio.

The Lean. The lean is a very graphic and dynamic pose that will not work for every subject and every outfit. It exaggerates the feminine S curve and is very effective for posing a series of images: full-length, three-quarter-length, and even tight head-and-shoulders portraits.

The Lean. The lean is a very graphic and dynamic pose that will not work for every subject and every outfit. It exaggerates the feminine S curve and is very effective for posing a series of images: full-length, three-quarter-length, and even tight head-and-shoulders portraits.

REF Y pattern drafted from antique early by AtelierSylphecorsets

REF Y pattern drafted from antique early XXe century S curve Edwardian corset, 18 inches small waist size

Blogger\Photographer says:   I don’t know about you, but if I could only use one tool in photoshop for the rest of my life, it would be Curves. It can do so much! Not only can it lighten up your images, but it can make your colors and contrast pop by making an S curve. To do that, just add a second point in the curves window, and drag it down a bit. This is pictured here.

Blogger\Photographer says: I don’t know about you, but if I could only use one tool in photoshop for the rest of my life, it would be Curves. It can do so much! Not only can it lighten up your images, but it can make your colors and contrast pop by making an S curve. To do that, just add a second point in the curves window, and drag it down a bit. This is pictured here.

"…and you have never witnessed anything so unsteady, so uncertain, as my heart." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, from The Sorrows Of Young Werther

"…and you have never witnessed anything so unsteady, so uncertain, as my heart." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, from The Sorrows Of Young Werther

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