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Stitching batting to a Dorfman form to fit a 1950s dress
Modifying a Dorfman form to fit a 1950s dress
Using a mat cutter to create signs for an exhibit.
Teaching an undergrad collection assistant how use Ethafoam boards to sculpt a baby bump for maternity clothes.
Microscopic analysis of fibers from a 1930s wedding veil.
Dressing a mannequin in preparation for photographing the garment.
Photography setup at University of Georgia.
An 1860s bodice from my personal collection, being shown in History of Costume class in its acid-free box.
Making mannequin arms out of stable materials for costume mounting.
Carving Ethafoam for one of the Fosshape dress forms created for work in the collection. "Winona" has a Fosshape body with Ethafoam hips for support.
Sculpting a clone of "Winona," my Fosshape mannequin, in Ethafoam, for the university collection.
Completed carved Ethafoam mannequin.
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