Thursday, April 7, 2011

"INDIAN DESIGN EDUCATION"....[indiandesignedu.blog] ATITHI DEVO BHAVA PART-2




INDIAN DESIGN EDUCATION
ATITHI DEVO BHAVA


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BENEFITS OF G.I.F.T. DESIGN
EDUCATION
· Learn from Ex NIDIANS and SENIOR MOST FACULTIES WITH DEMONSTRATIVE TEACHING.
· SAVE TIME, MONEY & ENERGY. (Learn along with appropriate learning material /tools with utility of Design Laboratory, Resource Center & Workshops in-house, that means G.I.F.T students don’t need to go out for anything)
FRESHER’S Age should be 14 years and above and GIFT does not require any design skills/knowledge, for that, GIFT faculty take care of it individually.
AT GIFT “LESS BURDEN AND MORE LEARNING WITHOUT ANY HOMEWORK”
Email address: info@gift-india.com
Facebook: Gift Gandhi
Tel. No. [+91] 079-26463702
All copy rights are reserved by Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile (GIFT, NGO),Ahmedabad.
By Khalid Ameer Rafique
Address:GIFT:Gandhi Institute of Fashion & Textile
White Cross Building,
15 Patel Society,
Near CII Building, Panchvati,
Gulbai Tekra Road,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat – 380006
INDIA.
GIFT COMMON LEARNING & FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

FOR GIFT ELABORATED PRACTICALLY COORDINATED DESIGN EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR FASHION (APPAREL), TEXTILE, HOME TEXTILE & JEWELLERY DESIGN.
GIFT OBJECTIVE AND CCOMMON LEARNING
TEACHING METHODS:
Individual demonstration by GIFT Faculty, according to FRESH LEARNER GRASP AND INCULCATION STRENGTH EVERY DAY, FOR GIFT LEARNER GROWTH, CONFIDENCE & THEIR PRACTICE.
GIFT Faculty take care through demonstration for each learner HABIT of using RIGHT or LEFT HAND for LEARNING DESIGN SUBJECTS, WITH DIFFERENT DESIGN TOOL & MACHINE.
GIFT learner learn how to handle and utilize super fine soft hair ARTIST FLAT, ROUND, FANCY BRUSHES AND AIR BRUSH in meaningful usage for ENDLESS CREATIVE DESIGN WORK, according to the GIFT Faculty demonstration that should be SOOTH AND AUFAIT TO LEARNERS CONFORT TO ACHIEVE DESIRE RESULTS FROM COMMON LEARNING for future effortless deisgn practice and further learning.
  1. COLOUR AND THEIR TRANSPARENT CHARACTER
“ALL LEARNING THOUGHT COLOUR TRANSPERANCY WITH WATER PROOF COLOUR STICKY INK.”
Learn colour behaviour and their interaction character effects
Learn colour monochromatic effects, and composition
Learn colour chromatic effects, and composition
Learn multi colour effects and composition
Learn colour and design FORMS from learners FRESH IDEA & understanding for useful surface arrangement
Learn colour composition through useful multi design FORMS such as: FLOWER, FLORAL, FLOWERY, FRUIT, MOTIF, BAIL-BOUTIES, LEAVES, GRASS, TRUNK, THORN, GEOMETRICAL FORMS AND THEIR ABSTRACT & TEXTURE FOR MEANINGFUL SYNCHRONIZE SHAPE/LOOK
LEARN COLOURED ORNAMENTAL TEXTURED TRANSPARENT EFFECTS FOR TEXTILE SURFACE DESIGN
LEARN COLOURED MEANINGFUL ORNAMENTAL EFFECTS FOR FASHION ILLUSTRATION WITH FLAT & FANCY CUT ARTIST BRUSHES
  1. PHOTO WATER COLOUR
Learn how to RENDER & PAINT with photo water colours, WORN DESIGN GARMENTS OR ANY DESIGN CONCEPT such as SARI OR ANY ETHNIC WEAR, TROUSER, and SKIRT OR ANY FLORAL SURFACE ETC for future design practice.
  1. ORNAMENTAL DESIGN
Learn how to create different design FORMS/DRAWING SUCH AS – FLOWER, FLORAL, FLOWERY, FRUIT, LEAVES, GRASS, TRUNK IMAGINTIVE, THORN, GEOMETRICAL FORMS AND ALL THEIR ABSTRACT TEXTURE AND CHARACTER LOOK FOR FASHION, TEXTILE, JEWELLERY DESIGN AND HOME
FASHION INTERIOR WITH .5 BLACK PEN. All learning should be in MINUTE detail in MINIATURE form.
Learn how to create with fine flat brush ornamental effects from previous learning for FASHION ILLUSTRATION.
  1. EMBOSS PAINTING
Learn how to draw directly any design forms as learnt previously with epoxy and coloured, rendered through AIR BRUSH for future design practice, on both paper/fabric
  1. STENCIL PAINTING / PRINTING
Learn how to draw stencil drawing form above learning and, to them mark for stencil cutting, how to use sharp edge cutter for stencil cutting and how to paint through stencil with air brush for future design practice.
  1. PENCIL SHADING
Learn how to render different design FORMS from above learning but not MINIATURE, HOW TO HOLD PENCIL FOR REQUIRED VARYING PRESSURE TO GET PROPER RENDERING EFFECTS, how and where from one should begin rendering on any design drawing, how to use B, 2B, 4B and 6B STAEDTLER BRAND different DEGREES (lead) PENCIL for rendering design drawing and which pencil degree is required for rendering design concept, how to FIX PENCIL RENDERED DESIGN DRAWING, with AIR BRUSH, to maintain rendered drawing for eve, how to give extra colour ornamental graphic effects or render design drawing with air brush, how to create FANCY EFFECTS in rendering through soft degree pencil, how to create abstract texture while rendering
  1. FABRIC PAINTING
Learn how to paint fabric instead of paper for previous learning,how to use fabric paints for transparent painting,how to paint emboss effect with fabric bond epoxy,how to paint with colour dust. ,how to paint discharged effects,how to render fabric with fabric colour/dyes,how to paint fabric with vegetable dyes,how to paint and draw with air brush
  1. LEARN HOW TO MAKE DESIGN FOLIOS FROM ALL ABOVE LEARNING
HERE GIFT FRESH LEARNER COMPLETES THE COMMON LEARNING AND POSSES TWO FOLIOS TO CARRY HOME
Common Learning time as follows:
3 HRS 5 DAYS / WEEK AND ONE AND HALF MONTH
(That means approximately 31 days)
COMMON LEARNING AT GIFT MEANS FAST AND BETTER LEARNING FOR EFFORTLESS FUTURE DESIGN PRACTICE
GIFT FASHION (APPAREL) DESIGN PROGRAMME


  1. MEASURING TECHNIQUES
Learn why measurements are a major factor for development of basic garment drafting and its pattern making for final garment.
Learn why measurement according to the body dimension which establishes points and that helps in garments drafting and pattern making.
  1. LEARN MEASURING TOOLS
  2. LEARN HOW TO MEASURE BODY FOR TAILOR MADE GARMENTS WHICH IS DIFFERENT FROM DRAPPING TECHNIQUE
  3. LEARN AS PER LEARNER BODY MEASUREMENT FOR TAILOR MADE GAREMTNS FOR ETHNIC, WESTER, FUSION ALONG WITH ITS ATTACHED ACCESSORIES WHICH IS IMPORTANT AS FOLLOWS:
Head size, Neck Circumference, Neck height, Shoulder, Shoulder Slant, Neck open towards bust, Armhole, Bust apex to apex, Chest-Waist-Hips circumference, slant shoulder to bust apex, Slant Shoulder to Waist, Slant Shoulder to hip slant shoulder via bust apex straight down length, Single and joint upper thigh mid thigh – knee – Calf circumference, crotch length, sleeve length, Cuff open, Collar flares and Bottom ankle circumference.
Learn why tailor need above mention MEASUREMENT WITH DRAWING AS WELL AS GARMENT PROTOTYPE IN STEPS AS FOLLOWS:
  1. LEARN FABRIC GRAIN, PATTERN MAKING, GRADING, PATTERN GRAIN LINE, DART PIONT & SHAPING, DART MANIPULATION, DART IMPORTANCE, BASIC DART MAKING TECHNIQUES, BODY ANALYSIS IN GENERAL, BODY ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL, DRAFTING METHODS & TECHNIQUES, BASIC PATTERN CUTTING IN GENERAL, FANCY DART MAKING, CLASSIC PRINCESS STYLE LINE, PRINCESS LINE VARIATION
LEARN VALUE ADDITION WITH EXTRA STYLING IN FABRIC THROUGH STITCHING FOR GARMENT AS FOLLOWS:
  1. LEARN PIN TUCKS, PLEAT TUCKS, BOX PLEATS, GATHERING, SMOKING, BOW-KNOT, BOW FORMATION WITH ELASTIC, FABRIC TESSELS, TESSEL FLOWERS, POTLI BUTTON, ETC FOR ETHNIC WESTERN AND FUSION GARMENTS
  2. LEARN YOKES, COWLS, COLLARS, SLEEVES, NECKS, GARMENT ACCESSORIES & POCKETS FOR ETHNIC WESTERN AND FUSION GARMENTS
WHILE PATTERNING & DRAFTING OF LEARNER SIZE TAILOR MADE GARMENT ALL GIFT LEARNER SHOULD INCORPORATE THE ABOVE LEARNING AND UNDERSTANDING IN THEIR CLASS ROOM PRACTICE ACCURATELY AS WELL AS WITH IMPERICAL METHODS FOR ITS MAKING
ETHNIC, WESTERN AND FUSION TAILOR MADE GARMENT DRAFTING, PATTERN CUTTING AND MAKING AS PER GIFT LEARNERS MEASUREMENTS AS FOLLOWS:
ETHNIC GARMENT:
  1. Learn A line top with thela (bag) churidar. (Suit)
  2. Learn Angarkha top and its variation-with Kalidar salwar. (Suit)
  3. Learn Abba-Top and its variation with plain Salwar (Suit)
  4. Learn Kalidar top and its versatility with garment neck-with any Salwar or Churidar. (Suit)
  5. Learn Sleeveless top with churidar. (Suit)
  6. Learn Kimono in fusion style
  7. Learn “A” line garment suit with Printed fabric and its Mix & Match with any Salwar or Churidar. (Suit)
  8. Learn how to use Printed fabric and its adjustments of making “A” line suit
  9. Learn Woman Jhabba and its all variation
  10. Learn Man Jhabba and all its variation
  11. Learn Basic Sari Blouse with simple three dart
  12. Learn Basic Sari Blouse with Fancy cup with dart and through multiple darts in versatile styles as well as with deep neck.
  13. Learn Bias top with fancy pattern
  14. Learn Any Ethnic top conversion into western style as fusion
  15. Learn Ethnic top with mixing pattern and yokes fusion variation
LEARN WESTERN
  1. Learn “A” line skirt its derivatives and variations
  2. Learn Front open jacket its derivatives and variations
  3. Learn Divider Skirt with its importance of crotch deepness
  4. Learn Reverse Double face Jacket with different fabrics
  5. Learn Woman Trousers such as shorty-short, shorts, Jamaica, Bermuda, Paddle Pusher, Toredore, Capri, Boot-cut, Parallel, Hipster, Ankle Length
  6. Learn Short Top with princess line from shoulder and its fancy variation
  7. Learn Short Top with princess line from arm hole and its fancy variation
  8. Learn Short Top with yokes or folded shoulder in any style from above learning
  9. Learn Party or Evening Wear Gown for woman
  10. Learn Bolero Jacket and its variation in any Style
  11. Learn Wrap or Tunic Dress or any Style and its variation and derivatives
  12. Learn Man Shirt and its versatility, variation and derivatives
The above learning of GIFT fresh learner for basic garment drafting and pattern making more or less here gets completed. Here onwards GIFT faculty will test the leaner without their guidance for making four different stylized, fancy, ethnic, western, fusion garments to confirm their above learning.
  1. ETHNIC, WESTERN, FUSION IN CLASSIC STYLE ONE GARMENT IN TAILOR MADE STYLE AS PER THEIR MEASUREMENT
  2. ETHNIC, WESTERN, FUSION IN FANCY STYLE ONE GARMENT IN TAILOR MADE STYLE AS PER THEIR MEASUREMENT
  3. ETHNIC, WESTERN, FUSION ONE GARMENT IN TAILOR MADE STYLE AS PER THEIR MEASUREMENT FOR FASHION PARADE
  4. ETHNIC, WESTERN, FUSION IN FORMAL STYLE ONE GARMENT IN TAILOR MADE STYLE AS PER THEIR MEASUREMENT WESTERN FORMAL
At this junction of fresh learners, learning about garment as per their measurement in tailor-made style garment drafting, pattern making and cutting prototype for final all types garment of above learning gets completed and the total strength of above garment will be stitched in-house in front of the fresh learner by GIFT master tailor only with that their understanding about the stitching will be clearer for its further learning.
GIFT LEARNERS STITCHING GARMENT IN CLASS ROOM UNDER GIFT FACULTY AND MASTER TAILOR GUIDANCE
  1. Learn to stitch Any Short Top.
  2. Learn to Stitch “A” Line Skirt
  3. Learn to Stitch Salwar Kalidar or any
  4. Learn to Stitch Churidar
  5. Learn to Stitch Various Necklines
  6. Learn to Stitch Various Collars Pockets and cuff
  7. Learn to Stitch Various belt / zip fixing
  8. Learn to Stitch Pin tucks
  9. Learn to Stitch “A” line Top
  10. Learn to Stitch – Double Face Jacket
  11. Learn to Stitch Fashion Accessories
ALL ABOVE GIFT LEARNERS LEARNING GARMENTS IS FOR APPROPRIATE LEARNER AND LEARNER SHOULD CARRY HOME EACH GARMENT ALONG WITH ITS FOLIOS, AFTER FITTING TRIAL.
All the garments learned by GIFT fresh learner are made from appropriate textile and they can use as casual and formal wear in their routine life.
  1. LEARN HUMAN DRAWING
Body Proportion, Body Gestures, Body Postures, Body Moods, Face Styles, Sports Figure, Hand and Legs movements, Hair Styles, Face Makeup and Fashion Styles Crockees
  1. LEARN FASHION ILUSTRATION
Ethnic Formal and Casual wear
Western Formal and Casual wear
Sports wear and Styles
  1. LEARN FASHION STORY BOARD COLLAGE
Ethnic Formal or Casual
Western Formal or Casual
  1. LEARN WITH DRAWING
Transparency of fashion garments
Non stitch garments
Evening & Party wear
Sports & Picnic wear
Fancy and Fashion Parade wear, etc
  1. THEROIES
What is Fashion
Fashion importance
How to Predict fashion
How to begin business
Fashion marketing etc
  1. MARKETING SURVEY & VISIT TO GARMENT MANUFACTURING UNIT
  2. GARMENT SHOWS OR FASHION IF gift LEARNERS ARE INTERESTED
  3. SELF LEARNING FROM gift LIBRARY BOOKS
History of Fashion
History of Costume Design
Fashion Accessories
World trends of Fashion
World trends of fabric and colours
Difference in traditional and non-traditional Garments
HERE GIFT FRESH LEARNERS COMPLETE THE FASHION DESIGN EDUCATION PROGRAMME LERNING
Fashion Design learning time is dependent on the individual grasping, but time should not exceed more than 3.5 months.

GIFT TEXTILE DESIGN EDUCATION PROGRAMME
FOR PRINT & WOVEN DESIGN
  1. NATURE AND GEOMETRICAL DRAWING:
LEARN HOW TO DRAW DIFFERENT CHARACTERS OF NATURE AND GEOMETRICAL PATTERN / OBJECTS AS FOLLOWS:
FLORAL, FLOWERY, FRUITS, NUTS, LEAVES, GRASS, THORNS, TRUNK, IMAGINATIVE NAUTRE AND GEOMETRICAL FORMS AND THEIR ABSTRACTS.
They learn how to convert the above learning into design elements in flow like Textile surface.
  1. EMBROIDERY DESIGN
Learn how to draw bail booties, how to draw motif, how to draw border and panel, how to draw overall Jaal with nature ornaments, how to draw Yokes, how to draw sari Pallu, how to draw abstract embroidery concept and how to draw geometrical pattern etc.
  1. ILUSTRATION
Learn how to Draw & Create, finished Landscapes, Floral, Fruits, Animals and Nature, Terracotta, Mermaids with water life, and their abstract forms in style of wall hanging, otherwise the same work enlargement for Textile Concept Printing-BLANKET, BEDSPREADS AND CUSTAIN.
  1. LEARN ORNAMENTATION DRAWING, NATURE TESSELLATION, ANIMAL TESSELLATION, ABSTRACT TESSELLATION, DESIGN DRAWING, TEXTILE DRAWING COMBINATION OF FLORAL & ABSTRACT AND TEXTILE DRAWING & COMPOSITION
  2. TEXTILE WORK SHOPS
Learn Block Printing, Khadi Printing, Batic Resist Printing, Shibori Dyeing, Tie and Dye, Lahariaya Dyeing, Clamp Dyeing, Vegetable Dyeing, Mineral Dyeing, Hand Embroidery, Screen Printing, Emboss Printing and Stencil Painting with Air Brush
  1. INTRODUCTION TO WEAVING
  2. WOVEN STRUCTURE OF FABRIC WITH GRAPH
  3. INTRO\DUCTION TO NON WOVEN TEXTILE
  4. INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE AND SCREEN PRINTS:
15.1 Textile print Development
15.2 Textile repeat fixation, in all style
15.3 Textile Print colour separation tracing
15.4 Textile different repeat and super imposing printing etc.
  1. LEARN TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF FLORAL TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF FLOWERY TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF JUNGLE TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WROK ANIMAL AND BIRDS TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF SEA LIFE TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF GEOMETRICAL TEXTILE PRINT, TO DEVELOP ART-WORK OF ABSTRACT TEXTILE PRINT, FROM ABOVE LEARNING MIX & MATCH TEXTILE PRINT, ALL OVER JAL WITH NATURE ORNAMENTAL TEXTILE PRINT ART-WORK, TESSELLATION DESIGN FORMS TEXTILE PRINT, TRADITIONAL AND CLASSIC TEXTILE PRINT AND PRINT DESIGN FOR BLOCK PRINTING IN STYLE OF:
Jal, Bail – Boutas, Geometrical, Floral, Animals, Graphics, Terracotta sea-life, Birds and Butterfly etc.
  1. THEORIES
11.1 Textile Preparatory
11.2 Textile Processing
11.3 Textile dyeing & printing
11.4 Textile vegetable dyeing
11.5 Textile Costing
11.6 Woven Textile
11.7 Non Woven Textile
11.8 Textile Types
11.9 Textile Fibres
11.10 Textile blends
11.11 Textile Hair
11.12 Textile marketing and trading
11.13 Textile business style
  1. MARKET SURVEY & VISIT TO KNOWN BOUTIQUE
  2. DIFFERENT TEXTILE SAMPLE COLLECTION WITH DETAILS
  3. TEXTILE FORECASTING (Discussion)
  4. TEXTILE MANUFACTURING UNITS ON REPUTE (Discussion)
  5. TEXTILE MACHINES (Discussion)
  6. TEXTILE FOR FASHION (Discussion)
  7. SELF LEARNING FROM GIFT LIBRARY BOOKS
18.1 History of Textile
18.2 Textile world trends
18.3 Textile Forecasting system
18.4 Textile for fashion industry
18.5 Textile Importance
HERE GIFT FRESH LEARNER COMPLETES THE TEXTILE DESIGN EDUCATION PROGRAMME.
Note: If any leaner wishes to learn sample weaving on sample handloom practically that can be arranged specially for that learner only and sample weaving should not cross 43 hours which is sufficient for any learner to weave what they have learnt in textile weaving theories all fabric constructional along with designing. In that case, learning duration will increase for textile designing specialization.
Learning time 3.5 Months to 4 Months 3 hours and 5 days / week