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1  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Adding Dimension on: September 18, 2012 08:44:05 AM
Anyone have any advice about how to add dimension to your work?  I have completed a stitch sampler (so I know a couple of different stitches, nothing fancy!!), and want to start on something else.  I have a black and white zombie-horse picture that I think would be a good place to go.  It's a line drawing and I want to add some dimension to it, not just trace the lines, if you know what I mean.  Is there a book, or illustrations or some commonly held knowledge that might help me with this?  I don't want to be so elaborate that I give up (my common MO), but I want to have something I'm proud of when I'm done.  I"m not sure how to post the photo I have, sorry!  Any advice would be very welcome, Thanks!
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