Costume designing for the media is a far more complex and intricate activity than other areas of fashion and costume design. Within this sector of the industry, the designer can expect to experience a wide range of issues to be addressed, and they will be subjected to pressures, demands and responsibilities, which separate their work from that of designers in other sectors of the fashion industry.
Unlike other fashion and costume designers, in most instances those who work within the media industry are not able to work totally in isolation with their own ideas, they cannot just work within their own imagination. There will also be a requirement for the finished costumes produced to have paid regard to the input from a number of other department and individuals within the particular Film, TV and Theatre project.
Film, Television and Theatre production companies and organisations consider costume design to be an integral and important part of the process of production. However, each of these individual media elements will impose a different approach and requirement upon the designer. However, as is the case with an actor's poor performance, costume design and construction that falls short of the standard and quality demanded will also have the affect of devaluing the final production.
Evaluate the effects of costume designing to the overall impact of the TV program, theatrical play and/or movie. - this can be done by conducting a series of researches on the point of view of the viewers
Unlike other fashion design, costume design in Television, Film and Theatre has a far bigger responsibility in the areas that conce ...