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Embroidery patterns of the Qing Dynasty robes

TZENG, Chi-Shyong; CHEN, Yu-Fu; CHIANG, Shyh-Bao;

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In the Qing Dynasty robes pattern on a sample cut from the visual design point of view, through field surveys, comparative Induce Act, comparison, analysis of the structure and pattern shape characteristics. The results found that, in the Qing Dynasty robes and line pattern is formed with a very close association. Having a form of class 3, the dotted line, cross, curve, by way of permutations and combinations, and evolved into the broken line side by side, mesh, ring. Dashed lines the most common pattern consisting of relatively simple, the use of a larger number. Patterns constitute a cross shape is more complex, a fixed usage patterns. Arc, constitute a more flexible pattern often used on a wide range of image composition. Line is an extension application constitutes the basis of the design of the study, the traditional design thinking, utilizing modern design practice.

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Palavras-chave: Pattern, shape, line configuration, the Qing Dynasty robes,

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DOI: 10.5151/despro-icdhs2016-01_011

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Como citar:

TZENG, Chi-Shyong; CHEN, Yu-Fu; CHIANG, Shyh-Bao; "Embroidery patterns of the Qing Dynasty robes", p. 53-55 . In: Wong, Wendy Siuyi; Kikuchi, Yuko & Lin, Tingyi (Eds.). Making Trans/National Contemporary Design History [=ICDHS 2016 – 10th Conference of the International Committee for Design History & Design Studies]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2016.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/despro-icdhs2016-01_011

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