Using Photoshop (the wonderful and powerful Adobe graphics program), I am able to trace out my typical pants sloper with different anchor points then scale up the sloper with the proportions locked. I use the outer leg length or waist to guide the scaling. It seems as though this is a sound method in that it handles the usual problem of scaling by locking the proportions.
Does anyone see any basic, glaring errors with this technique? It seems as though it could save a lot of time, which is my goal.
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Thank you Lincatz this is valuable advice.
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