The idea of obtaining mannequins that conform to the shape and measurements ofthe body has motivated many researchers. Many of whom have consideredmultiple methods to achieve the exact shape and measurements human of thebody. This research adopts the experimental method to study two approaches; oneof which is a control group using the traditional method of taking measurementsand looking at the mirror throughout the process of padding and stuffing.The other approach is a mold imitating the shape of the woman body from thefront and back where students pose as models to be copied in order t reach theclosest possible imitation when going through the padding and stuffing process .The importance of the research lies in the extent to which the size and shape of thebody is achieved during the process of padding and lining mannequins of both theexperimental group and the control group.The research concluded that there were statistically significant differences at themean level of 0.01 for the experimental group to match the mannequins afterfilling and lining with the sample body (forward - back() There were statisticallysignificant differences at the mean of 0.01 for the experimental group to match themannequins after filling and lining with the sample body (Fig.(The study recommend that further studies have to be conducted to simplifymannequin design and reduce learning time
Hamdan, Najla Ibrahim Mohammad
"A Comparative Study of Methods of Filling and Lining the Mannequin and their Conformity to the Shape of the Woman's Body,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9:
4, Article 23.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss4/23