I have a method that I use to measure avatars. Front Neck Drop - From imaginary line to break point.
You can create separate patterns for each side and blend them together. Sleeves are not easy to explain. We are planning to switch to CAD and 3D modelling.
Back Neck Drop - From imaginary line to back neck seam. Sleeve Rib Depth - Measure from the top edge of the sleeve rib to the bottom edge of sleeve opening. Is it possible to get all these measurements for a particular avatar in MD to practice on? You can add this document to your study collection s Sign in Available only to authorized users.
As a hobbyist, I do learn to create just for the fun of it. I am happy that there is someone like you who is willing to help. Hem - Measured straight across or along the bottom edge at back. I am creating for a specific a specific avatar model being exported from a virtual world called Second Life, converting it to the necessary.
Subscribe to: Back Neck Width - Edge to edge, seam to seam or inside binding whichever is specified on the measurement chart. Please advise.
The imaginary fine is created by measuring straight from shoulder neck point to shoulder neck point. You want to create a nice neckline using a piece of heavy string, cord or small chain. Add to collection s Add to saved. Inside Leg - Measure from crotch join seam straight down to hem.
Thank you for taking the time to comment and I appreciate the kind words. Dress 8. It should be in line with the waist side point. Pants in Marvelous Designer. Hemmed or bound neck, measured straight down to neck edge at center front.
Just me. Cuff Depth - Measure from the seam to edge of cuff. Shirt 2. Prom Dresses.