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Sep262012

How To Design Fabric Using Photoshop....

That was the topic of the MOST difficult chapter of Heather Ross Prints to write, so I am beyond pleased to see this over at Creature Comforts today! Success!

And, if you think you need more than a written tutorial to get you started in hotoshop, there are still spots available in my New York City Photoshop Workshop in November.... because the book is great and everything but it won't serve you a glass of champagne at 2 pm while you toil away in front of your gigantic mac screen.

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I ordered the book and it is on its way .. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and I can't wait to get it in my hand.

September 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChase

Heather, I just bought the book and read it cover-to-cover; it's awesome. But I admit, I'm still a little confused by the tech requirements for fabric design. Right now I just have a laptop and a laserprinter. I would need a scanner + inkjet printer + Wacom tablet? Or do some of those reproduce / combine functions? Honestly, if you could just tell me what machines and what brands you'd recommend (I understand why you might not have wanted to come out and say that in the book), it would be a huge help. I might not be able to afford them right now, but Christmas is coming, and there's nothing on my wish list yet. :-)

October 3, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMary Anne Mohanraj

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