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Title: 服飾整體造型設計應用於紙藝創作之研究
Application of Costume Overall Design in Paper Art Creative Designs
Authors: 林馬秀英
Hsiu-Yin Lin-Ma
Contributors: 應用設計研究所
邱魏津(Chin Chiuwei)
Keywords: 紙藝設計、文化創意、整體造型、環保素材、3D 動畫
paper art design, cultural creativity, overall design, environmentally friendly materials, 3D animation
Date: 2012
Issue Date: 2012-12-11 15:16:29 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學應用設計研究所]
Abstract: 因應全球暖化,世界各國興起了保護地球隨手做環保的活動。而以往人類為了在自然界求生存,利用自然界的資源諸如以獸皮裹身避寒;利用簡易手織麻布遮陽護體;遮羞、炫耀、媲美演化至近世紀的流行時尚,利用織品材料以帄面或立體剪裁創意展現各富特色的服飾整體造型。而今為了環保概念議題,四處可見以摺紙或紙類材質進行創意思考展現各種紙藝藝術創作作品。鑑於此,本研究擬利用生活周遭隨手可得之廢棄海報、報章雜誌、廣告DM 等紙張作為素材,將此類紙張柔軟無反光、雙面塗佈壓光處理且帄滑亮麗具色澤、特性發揮出具台灣文化創意之紙藝服飾整體造型款式。在創作技法方面利用剪紙切割方式,結合剪、雕、摺、塑完成立體與半立體的不同人物造型及角色。
本研究的目的更四:一,以剪、摺、雕、塑和紙藝函工技法,由點線面形成圓形、三角形、橢圓形和幾何圖形,以及重疊排列從帄面設計到立體造型,實務創作呈現出哪吒元帥和八家將、台灣原住民十四族群、客家藍衫、時尚舞台、神偶三太子及和風等民俗服飾整體造型;二,將傳統紙藝工法結合當代設計思潮為創作元素;三,近年來因科技快速成長,人們在文化與生活形態中更了極大改變,動畫科技也形成了一股創新潮流,因此本研究將主題人物延伸塑造出立體型款,並運用3D 動畫軟體,以走秀方式呈現於伸展台,將實務創作呈現於虛擬之間,表現其紙藝服飾之美;四,本研究希冀開發出人偶服飾工藝;具台灣文化創意之服飾設計作品;具環保藝術創意居家飾品;和人偶紙藝輔助教學工具書,並作為啟發家政技職人員前衛的設計思考邏輯,以及服飾造型模擬的前置作業。
本研究在縮小版的人形繪圖模型上,利用回收紙張製作紙版立體造型,進行紙藝服飾作品的實驗和創作,並以文獻探討分析作為創作元素,歸納取材整合應用於服飾整體造型,讓紙藝創作展現創新的藝術風貌,並將過程與結果和相關研究之建議,提供未來研究者創作思惟的參考,並冀望未來回收紙張能更更好及前衛性的應用與發展。
In consideration of global warming, countries all over the world have begun to engage in environmental preservation initiatives. In the past, humans have resorted to using natural resources to ensure survival, such as wearing animal fur for warmth and weaving simple linen textiles to cover their bodies and shield themselves from the sun. From simple coverings to objects of vanity, the evolving use of textiles are similar to changing fashions, in which materials are cut or sculpted into creative designs that demonstrate unique fashions and overall styling. Today, growing environmental concerns have resulted in a profusion of paper art creative projects that illustrate creative processes with origami or other paper materials. In light of this, this study aims to utilize readily available recycled paper materials such as posters, newspapers, magazines and flyers, because these materials are pliable, non-reflective, finished, smooth and glossy, all characteristics of which may help to bring out unique traits of Taiwanese cultural creativity in terms of paper art costume design and styling. Techniques in paper cutting have been applied, and cutting, sculpting, folding and shaping methods have been utilized to create three-dimensional and semi-three-dimensional overall figure designs and characters.
There are four purposes to this research. First, by using paper art processing techniques of cutting, folding, sculpting and shaping, round, triangular, oval and other geometrical shapes are created from point, line to plane. These shapes are layered and arranged to form three-dimensional representations out of two-dimensional designs. Actual designs include Na Cha the Great Marshal and the Eight Generals, the 14 tribes of Taiwanese aborigines, the Hakka blue cloth, fashion catwalks, the Three Princes, and other national costumes such as the Japanese kimono. Secondly, traditional paper art techniques are used in conjunction with contemporary design trends as elements of inspiration. Thirdly, due to the rapid growth of technology, people are experiencing drastic changes in their lifestyle and cultures, in the midst of which animation technology has also become a major creative trend. Therefore it has been the aim of this project to mold the thematic characters into three-dimensional figurines, followed by the application of 3D animation software to present these figurines on a virtual catwalk, to represent virtually practical creative designs, in order to embody the beauty of paper art costumes. Fourthly, it is hoped that this study may lead to developments in figurine costume design, fashion design that is representative of Taiwanese cultural creativity, home furnishings with environmental and artistic creative value, as well as tutorials on figurine paper art. It is also hoped that the study may inspire home economics professionals’ progressive design logic and thought, and serve as preprocess for creations in fashion design and styling.
In this study, recycled paper materials were made into three-dimensional paper board designs and styled on small-scale figurines as an experimental and creative process in paper art costume design. Literature review was conducted to analyze the creative elements present, material usage was analyzed, integrated and applied on costume overall styling, all in order to bring forth new artistic dimensions in paper art creative design. Suggestions for improvisation derived from the create processes, results and relevant studies are provided for the reference of future research, in hopes of promoting the better and more progressive application and development of recycled paper usage.
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