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Dress up the basic shapes.

Just about every basic shape comes into play when you’re drawing gowns and dynamic dresses. The variety of dress designs are endless, including strapless, backless, and every type of neckline and sleeve.

A triangle is a sure-shot to map out the shape of a flared skirt.

Cylinder and square shapes make for a great tube-shaped, tight-fitting dress or skirt.

Use the heart shape when drawing a bustier or strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline.

A V shape works perfectly for a backless dress.

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