If you’re looking to achieve a 30-foot front elevation, your first step is to determine your build. For most people, the ideal front elevation is somewhere between 48-58 inches – likely in the high 30s. To get there, start by measuring your height and width at the shoulders and chest, then subtract two inches. This will give you your “front” measurement. Now that you know your “front house” measurement, it’s time to take into account your build.
30 feet front elevation
1) A heavy person will need more room to move around, so their front elevation will be higher than someone with a slimmer build or a smaller frame.
2) A shorter person may need less space on either side of them to create an optimum front design – this means their front elevation could be much lower than someone with a longer torso or a taller head.