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1  My first tries at photoshop *super img heavy! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by fabricfightsfire on: December 08, 2007 09:58:05 PM
well i got corel paint shop pro, and I play around on it a lot
these are a bunch from the past few weeks
I can basically only do stencils, so a lot of it is really pop-art-y

this was drawn in black and white, but when i scanned it it got really nasty, so i just changed the colors
I could probably find the original though if i looked...

halloween Cheesy

like the expression... haha?

xx and xy!!!! lol

this one reminds me of dr. suess "oh the places you'll go"
you know those big tall rainbow tower things?

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2  Cartoon-y Fabric?/sweatshirt in Discussion and Questions by fabricfightsfire on: May 11, 2007 02:00:07 PM
Ive been wanting to make a sweatshirt for a while, and i wante to nkow if anyone had anysuggestions for a good zip up hoodie. HOWEVER my main question was where are good places to buy fabric online? All i ever find is florally decorating fabric. I loved this sweatshirt from Kidrobot, (although im not about to fork over 165$ for it!) and i like the shape (i.e. the hooded zip sweatshirt pattern, kind of oversized) and i love the bright fabric , as well as some other fabrics of their site (its at http://kidrobot.com) because they're so colorful and bright. Any suggestions for where to get cool fabric?

some of my favorites

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3  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by fabricfightsfire on: April 10, 2007 12:04:50 PM
haha, well my hair definitely does not compare to all your guys cool blue and pink hair (never in a million years would i be able to dye my hair) but I'm going to get my hair cut today, mainly because i haven't gotten it cut in almost a year and the ends are all split, but i figure wile I'm there, i should get some kind of haircut! My hair is kinda wavy/curly, like bad curls, and i definitely don't want layers because it would be too poofy. I have a really round face too.

Well i just took this but i had a bunch of zits and was smiling insanely so i scribbled it out. I might try again for a better angle. Any a better smile.

edit ~ ok so i got like 2 inches off, but when its curly it doesn't really show, and the lady curled it dry at the "diffuser"
(sounds like something out of a sci-fi book lol) so its basically a tiny bit shorter and curlier.
my nose and chin looked gross... haha [ see if you notice a difference at all! not much...]
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4  juicy map shoes in Shoes: Discussion and Questions by fabricfightsfire on: March 23, 2007 02:26:55 PM
well, today this random girl in my school was walking down the hallway,  and i saw that she was wearing really awesome shoes. They had this map on them, and they were adorable. I asked here where she go them, and she said juicy. Now I'm not much of a fan of juicy, but they were cute. However, I'm not about to fork over 80 dollars for some high class "vans", plus i can't really buy them after asking her, and its different if i make my own. (you know how it goes)

so, if you don't care about all that,
how would i do this?

I'm horrible with a paintbrush and i don't think
that i could really do a good job painting it well
(although i could try) and i think sharpie would
seep through and make it all blurry like it is on
fabric. Iron on transfers? I don't know, but it looks like
how t-shirts are printed, with that sort of shiny ink
on the fabric. But I'm no expert!  Grin   Smiley   Cheesy
Ok so here are some pictures i could scrape together


also, i like them in pink, so is there a way to get pink vans? or van like shoes that are blank
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5  Re: egg tart first batch!! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by fabricfightsfire on: March 16, 2007 12:59:47 PM
Fabric fights fire-

Actually i made up this pattern all by myself!
I have a book on felt food but it had nothing on
egg tarts..what book are you talking about?
I would like to know!

great job on them! especially for a homemade pattern!
I'm not nearly good enough to make a pattern

the book I have is mostly animals, and kind of flat animals at that.... they're not as cute as some other ones I've seen, but it think they might have some food. I think the 3rd picture has some kind of food, mainly because it has fork next to it, but i cant tell what....

I have a small vocab of chinese, and i think a few of the characters are the same, (although i doubt the label on the elephant is mechanical pencil....) but with different meanings. Either way, i can't read enough of it to figure it out! aaa
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6  doodles!!!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by fabricfightsfire on: October 07, 2006 12:49:20 PM

( i changed the colors because you couldnt see it, it was too grey)

Im doing this new thing where i get too bored listening to my ipod, i doodle whatever comes inot my head onto a whole page.....
hope its mildly interesting! Tongue Grin Wink


soo just for options, i added the white one (its smaller though)
ill you want to see a specific section of either i can tell you what it is or PM a close up... cuz i really dont feel like doing HW!

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7  Grand Central Logo in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by fabricfightsfire on: October 07, 2006 09:12:57 AM
I wasnt really sure what section to put this in, but its for an invitation, so i just went with this....

My Dad wanted to make an invitation with the grand central logo on it, but he could use the regular one because of the copyright, so i changed the GCT (if you can see on the first one) to an R, L, and a G.
(The Initials and last names of Him + Fiance)
Hope you like it! I did it on paint, because my paint shop pro wasnt working very well...
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8  Polka Dot Beni Mitzvah Invites in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by fabricfightsfire on: October 07, 2006 09:08:09 AM
I made these invites for my beni mitzvah. They were so cheap too! I mean as opposed to others. I made the design and got them printed at http://www.vistaprint.co.uk/vp/ns/default.aspx?PP=709253&xnav=top&GP=10%2F7%2F2006+12%3A06%3A39+PM (this page is United States for some reason)
The smaller cards are a little fuzzy because i scanned them in
the big one was an online proof they sent. Hope you like them!

( i took out some of the info, its not just gappy)
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9  Re: Stationary Patterns in Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions by fabricfightsfire on: October 06, 2006 06:54:46 PM

took away some info, but that's basically it
got the finals today in the mail

it got stretched out a little bit (oblong circles...) when I scanned it
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10  Re: Project Runway Dress in Designer Clothing Homage by fabricfightsfire on: September 23, 2006 04:43:59 PM
more cute pictures!

im gonna try again
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