Visual Illusions and Aesthetic Values in Employing Geometric Lines to Hide physical defects in women's fashion
That the outward appearance to depends on his clothes more depended on the limits of his body, That the body it may seem smaller or larger through clothes wear by the person, and can be through its revelation size or length the wanted by employing shapes and lines. Where she appeared many directions and modern art schools for example optical Illusion school It is an extension of engineering abstraction which aims to create designs with visual effects suggest with values aesthetics represented in the movement and silence depth and visibility although from flattening the proposed design. From this point on search, the goal has been to take advantage of aesthetic dimensions for the geometric line in the introduction formulations artistic to enrich aesthetic designs Ladies’ skirt. To achieve this, the descriptive approach was used to collect the required data on the foundations of design and its relation to visual illusion in addition to using the experimental approach when designing (16) women's skirt, Where search tools are represented in a questionnaire submitted to specialists to measure the extent check basics of design and the side the aesthetic and Visual Inspiration. The results reached there are the proposed designs by employing the engineering line in the design of the skirts the degree of acceptance and success in the light of the average assessment of specialists in terms of availability in terms of both (the foundations of design - the aesthetic side - Visual Inspiration). In this way, the research aims to determine the effectiveness of the training program in providing students with the knowledge and skills associated with the field of fashion design, Indian garment design, and enriching its aesthetic aspect. Fashion design is defined as an innovative and renewed entity in its lines and colors, according to scientific bases. Therefore, the researcher found out that through teaching the course of Research Project in the eighth level, female students, at the Faculty of Science and Arts, in Muhayil Asir, King Khalid University, can make use of Asiri Art in enriching the creative and aesthetic vision in designing Indian attire. In achieving this, the descriptive method is used in collecting the data required for the preparation of the training program in addition to the experimental approach in applying the content to the research sample that consists of (30 students). The researcher followed the pre- and post-test method of the research sample to calculate the statistical differences between the students' response to knowledge and skills (before / after). The results showed that there was a statistically significant difference between the mean scores of female students in the knowledge as well as the skills, acquired in designing and enriching the Indian dress with Asiri ornamental decorations, before and after training, for the benefit of post-application. Thus, the study confirms the effectiveness of the training program in developing the creative vision of the students of the course of Research Project by quoting from the popular folk heritage in designing Indian attire.