Darts need not always be straight lines. They may be curved for interest. For instance, a French underarm dart looks quite pretty when it is a curved rather than a straight line (Fig. 16).
1. On the cut-out sloper with the cut-out dart, locate the position of the new dart. Mark the point A.
2. Draw a curved line from A to the dart point. You may draw
the line freehand for eye appeal, then true the line with an appropriate . . .