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(Note: The information provided in this article is
a result of the doctoral research conducted during time span of five years
between 2005 and 2010 in Indian film industry. The information was collected
through observation of the process along with personal interviews,
questionnaire and group discussions with the personnel working for the
industry, critics, historians and in-charge of the organisations responsible
for functions related to costuming work in Mumbai films.
The creation process of costumes is being discussed
through this series in eleven steps, an introduction to which is available in
part one. The first four steps are discussed in part one. The fifth, seventh
and eighth steps are discussed in this article.)
Costume classification and related possibilities
Scene division for costumes includes understanding the list of all
characters and extras in each scene and character division for costumes requires
knowing about individual character's changes through the film. The above give
rise to the final dress plot for the film and costume arc for
each character respectively. The practices followed by different designers vary
while doing routine analysis of script for noting down costume classification
regarding number of scenes and characters in a movie. In cases of those film
projects for which such wardrobe outline is prepared formally by costume design
team, it automatically provided a quick check on general appearance of all
characters with descriptions of scene numbers and locales.
here to read Part one
About the Authors:
Dr. Sarita Kataria is a Ph.D. scholar, Delhi University
Seema Sekhri is an Associate Professor at the Department of Fabric and Apparel
Science, Lady Irwin College
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