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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions / in photoshop HELLLL!!! on: November 05, 2005 08:55:46 AM
okay guys, here's my dilemma.... the professor for my silkscreening processes class has the ability to separate an image into very fine diagonal (hatched) lines and can even separate a CKMY image into 4 separate printed layers for printing. I just got adobe photoshop cs and i cannot for the freaking life of me figure out how to print an image with the hatching. i have gone into the print preview window and have selected "color management" and "separations" as the tutorial on the adobe website says, but it is not giving me hatched lines as in shows it should. my profs computer has a completely different number of print options on the print screen and i learned that way and can't seem to figure my version out because it is different....

i need the hatching because solid fields of color or pixelization don't allow for enough detail...

any help i can get would be very much appreciated!
2  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / napoleon dynamite jack-o-lantern! on: October 13, 2004 12:31:47 PM
my boyfriend and i were really wanting to carve a pumpkin on monday... the original plan was to do one of guidance counselor jeff rosso from freaks and geeks (if any you are familiar with that show - we are both in awe of the greatness that is jeff rosso) anyway... we weren't able to find a suitable photo of him to make a stencil out of- but then i saw someone who had done some napoleon dynamite wall art on the stenciling board (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?board=139.0)... so we settled on that for our subject!! which i have to say, isn't bad at all for "settling". i really want to make my own stencil of another subject and do another one of these again... it was a lot of fun!!! i do have to say i am very happy with how it came out- napoleon looks truly amazing when the tea lights are lit inside of our pumpkin... though we did run across a little trouble when it came to his glasses (as you can see... he isn't shown having any on! bah!) next time.... !!!

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3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Vintage Craft Projects / the vintage pattern lending library! on: September 24, 2004 09:07:17 PM

i posted this in clothing: discuss future projects a couple of days ago, but i thought it would be appreciated here just as much, so here it is again! <3

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hey everyone... i just wanted to post a link to the vintage pattern lending library for anyone who hasn't heard of/seen it before. basically, what it is is a vast collection of something like 3,000 vintage sewing/needlework patterns from the 1900's to 1950's... some of my favorite things are the hats and flapper dresses! anyway, the cool thing about it is that after buying a year membership ($20 is the cheapest) you can check out most patterns for $5 like you would a book at the library! there are also some patterns for sale... but i haven't looked into that out much. if you sew a lot and have a hard time finding fun exciting patterns at the usual sources (joann's, hancocks, blah blah) you should check it out!

http://www.vpll.org/

some examples of what they have:

 


4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / the vintage pattern lending library!! on: September 22, 2004 08:26:37 PM
hey everyone... i just wanted to post a link to the vintage pattern lending library for anyone who hasn't heard of/seen it before. basically, what it is is a vast collection of something like 3,000 vintage sewing/needlework patterns from the 1900's to 1950's... some of my favorite things are the hats and flapper dresses! anyway, the cool thing about it is that after buying a year membership ($20 is the cheapest) you can check out most patterns for $5 like you would a book at the library! there are also some patterns for sale... but i haven't looked into that out much. if you sew a lot and have a hard time finding fun exciting patterns at the usual sources (joann's, hancocks, blah blah) you should check it out!

http://www.vpll.org/

some examples of what they have:





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