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1  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Help with finding amazing trim for this easy & simple-to-make Marchesa dress! on: May 31, 2008 08:09:24 PM
Anyone have any help with a source for this thick, black scallopy trim?  It is super cool, and is a simple sheath dress anyone could make.  The trim really adds something though.  Click!  You won't be dissapointed.  Thanks for your help!

http://images.condenastinteractive.co.uk/cgi-bin/GPAOnline2/id/794085/Class/ShowsLarge/MarkupName/Stylefinder%20Item/v/o/794085.jpg

2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / everyone loves a half-jewish girl on: May 10, 2006 10:04:35 AM
I made this on my computer, and then printed onto an iron-on transfer:




Cause who doesn't love a half-jewish girl?  Thanks Smiley
3  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Completed Projects / indian textile print screenprinted t-shirts on: May 10, 2006 09:39:04 AM
These are my first screenprinted T's!  Check 'em outttt:









The patterns are from the book "Indian Textile Prints" by Pepin Press-- such an awesome book.  I took those designs from the CD, opened them up in Photoshop, and edited the pics so that each would make one cool single-colored layer.  Then I filled the layer in with black, printed, baby-oiled them up, and exposed my photo-emulsioned screen with these underneath.  Then printed onto the T's.  Worked beautifully... I was so sad when I had to wash my screen out!  I did these for my final project in a screenprinting class, which has been frustrating, but has def inspired me to continue the craftiness by getting my own screen.  Any tips out there on doing photo emulsion on your own (without the cool things in the studio and darkroom, like the exposure unit)?

Any comments would be appreciated.  Also, any ideas what to do with all these shirts??  Thanks!
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