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Measurements of body figures and fashion design of clothes.
The third page describes measuring tools which can be made of ratio in lines of diheptagonal geometrical network, and can be applied for decision of various art or architectural problems, or in fashion design and style clothing.

Information about measurements of somatic shapes and proportions of human bodies can be meant in modeling agencies, and also wear designers can consider measuring tools of golden section, as fashion design of clothes and stylish way of life in fashionable magazines and catalogues of garments should be focused on correct proportional ratio of body figures.


Measurements of proportions of a human body.
Measuring tools of golden section for fashion design.

Artistic and architectural creativity or fashion design mean use of proportional sizes for planning art compositions and architectural projects or stylish clothes, as any art works should possess harmonious mathematical ratios.
Therefore artists and architects, and also fashion designers can calculate correct and beautiful mathematical ratios in works of fine arts or architectural plans, or wear products according to proportions of golden section which is the key principle of global harmony.
The most obvious proportions of golden section are in linear ratio of pentagon, but also geometrical figures of other correct polygons possess proportional and harmonious ratios of lines, and in particular harmony of proportions exists in the linear network of heptagon. Therefore for calculations of proportional sizes in the fine arts and architecture, and also in the fashion industry it is possible to use the diheptagonal geometrical network in which lines of two heptagons are connected. Namely proportional sizes and mathematical ratios of art compositions or architectural projects, or models of female dresses and man's wear can be calculated by means of measuring tools which are constructed according to lines of diheptagonal geometrical network. That is possible to see in charts which show multi-colored set-squares or "angle-rulers" which are constructed according to lines of diheptagon and are universal measuring tools for calculations of mathematical proportions in a context of the fine arts and architecture, or in a fashion design of clothes.
The shown set-squares are constructed in the geometrical network of lines which are entered within the correct circle, and the alive circle is not used as mathematical ratio of alive figures are very complex and in essence are not required for decisions of simple art tasks.

measuring tools of golden section for architecture and fashion design proportional sizes for art compositions and architectural projects geometrical figures of proportional mathematical ratios

lines of heptagon as universal measuring tools for fashion design of clothes proportions of set-squares or angle-rulers in linear geometrical network measuring tools of wear designers for decision of art problems

Charts show twenty set-squares which are sufficient to construct any architectural drawings or art pictures, or fashion designs. For example, by means of the first set-square it is possible to measure size of human height or stature, and the fourth set-square allows to measure size of a head, as shown in the following chart.

measurements of geometrical proportions of a human body for wear designers For drawing a human body it is necessary to scale diheptagonal geometrical network of lines according to the sizes of prospective art images or architectural plans, or wear drafts, then it is necessary to isolate necessary set-squares from a geometrical network, and then it is possible to do measurements.
Namely set-squares should be measuring tools which are scaled according to the demanded sizes of a picture or drawing, or any other sketch.
In particular measuring tools of the shown set-squares are necessary for scaling according to the sizes of a human body if art task is the image of a woman.


Construction of correct proportions of human bodies is a complex problem of the fine arts or design of clothes, but any shapes and parts of a body can be calculated by means of shown set-squares, and also it is possible to calculate poses of somatic parts and shapes in space. Namely it is possible to calculate poses of hands and legs, or various positions of a head, and in all cases mathematical ratios of body shapes in space of art works will be proportional and harmonious, as drawings or pictures will correspond to proportions of the diheptagonal network of lines.
Actually lines of the diheptagonal geometrical figure correspond to mathematical proportions of ideal patterns of male and female human bodies and harmonious ratios of golden section, and consequently this polygon allow to measure ideal sizes in architectural projects and art compositions, or in style clothing of a fashion design.
It is possible to assume that the golden section is derivative from heptagonal and diheptagonal linear crossings in the event that these geometrical figures are entered in space of alive circle. And if the circle is correct then proportions of these polygons do not coincide with numerical values of golden section a little, that demands more detailed scientific researches. But however heptagon and diheptagon have geometrical proportions which allow to draw images of ideal human bodies.
Besides from geometrical linear crossings of diheptagonal network it is possible to isolate other figures which too can be used as measuring tools in the fine arts and fashion design. For example, it is possible to take "incongruent set-squares" which are shown in the following chart.

golden section for drawing of ideal human bodies in art compositions

geometrical set-squares and perspectives of art space or landscape

Incongruent set-squares have unequal sizes of legs or wings.
Functionalities of such measuring tools consist that for calculation of proportional sizes it is possible to use any one incongruent set-square when for calculation of the same sizes it is necessary to use two and sometimes three congruent set-squares.
And also functionalities of incongruent set-squares allow to calculate spatial perspectives of drawings or pictures, or other art space.
For example, the art problem consists that it is necessary to plant a tree in landscape of a garden or park. For this purpose it is possible to take any incongruent set-square and to scale it concerning sizes on architectural plan of a garden, then it is possible to connect legs of set-square with any objects available in a landscape, and then to find a place for landing a tree in the basis or top of measuring tool.
Namely incongruent set-squares have the long leg X, the short leg Y, the top O and the basis Z, that is shown in the following chart. Hence, it is possible to connect legs with other trees in a garden and to plant a new tree in points Z or O, and as a result positions of trees in landscape will correspond to proportions of lines in a heptagon.
Similarly landscape designers can measure and calculate arrangements of stones in Japanese rock gardens according to lines of the diheptagonal geometrical figure by means of measuring tools of set-squares. About what look the information on pages of this website in other section with the name: garden of stones.


Various set-squares can be considered as sets of geometrical pieces by means of which it is possible to make logic puzzles or conundrums. And accordingly various architectural and art problems, or tasks of fashion design and gardening can be considered as logic puzzles if artists and architects, or landscape designers solve problems by means of measuring tools of shown set-squares.
In particular planting of trees or arrangement of stones in landscapes of Japanese rock gardens can be perceived as geometrical problem of a logic puzzle which decision is rather entertaining action if the task is for decision by means of set-squares.
More detailed information about logic games and puzzles by means of pieces of geometrical figures within the limits of heptagon look on the fourth page in this section of website.
Besides set-squares of the diheptagonal geometrical linear network can be used as incongruent compasses, that is shown in the following chart.

compasses for measurements and calculations of proportional sizes The shown figure is incongruent compasses which consists of two set-squares which are connected in tops by means of a hinge.
Two set-squares can move relative each other, and the point of relative movement are tops where there is a hinge.
The chart shows one proportional compasses which is an example, but similarly it is possible to isolate other necessary measuring tools from lines of the diheptagonal geometrical network.

Incongruent compasses allow to measure and calculate sizes which can be scaled during calculations. Namely set-squares should be preliminary scaled in sizes of art images and architectural projects, or drafts of fashion designs and plans of landscape gardening, but by means of incongruent compasses it is possible to scale proportions of sizes during calculations.
For example, there is some magnitude XY for which it is necessary to calculate proportional size of magnitude X1Y1. For this purpose it is necessary to correlate legs of incongruent compasses with magnitude XY, and as a result we shall receive proportional magnitude X1Y1 which corresponds to distance between adjacent legs.

I can not result more examples for use of the shown measuring tools in a context of the fine arts and architecture, or in the fashion industry and landscape design, as any art problem consists in the unique decision of this problem.
There are no identical problems and consequently each decision is an act of creativity as a result of which every possible geometrical decisions can be found.
Actually set-squares and incongruent compasses are universal measuring tools which allow to solve various geometrical problems not only in the fine arts, but also in different spheres of a human life. In particular in the field of a fashion and design of clothes, or in any other projects of designing. And also in a context of plastic surgery for measurements of proportions in a human face and body.
Compasses and set-squares are sacral symbols which symbolize global harmony and "tools of world creation". On some Christian icons it is possible to see images of set-squares which symbolize wings of cherubs. And also a set-square with compasses form the emblem of masons, as these tools of proportional measurements are attributes of builders and architects.

The following page results some geometrical puzzles and conundrums which can be made of set-squares in linear polygonal geometrical networks.

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