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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  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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4  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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5  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


EDIT

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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6  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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7  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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8  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
AMAZING!!!! YAY

it got stretched out a little bit (oblong circles...) when I scanned it
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9  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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10  Kara Janx Wool Hat and Wrap Dress - SOOOO CUTE...or i think so in Designer Clothing Homage by fabricfightsfire on: September 23, 2006 04:29:55 PM
i was on the kara janx website and I found the cutest stuff!!!
however because she was on project runway, she can get away with RIDICULOUSLY HIGH PRICES! Anyways, I'm obviously not going to (or have enough money...) to buy a freakin hat for 175$ or a simple dress for 350$. Of course, I'm not nearly good enough at drafting patterns from a picture or understanding clothing or knitting (or "wool spinning")  to figure out how to make one... well either way, i need your guys's help!!!!


Wool Hat

the description on her website says...
"It is the ultimate in warmth and design. Each is made of the finest wool, which is hand-dyed and hand-spun, it is then hand made with the utmost of care. Each piece is one-of-a-kind."


Bunches of Wool Hats
(i like the one on the left and the second to the right, the rest are all too big and lumpy, unless thats what you like)

same desciption as above

'Silk Wrap Dress'

I thought these were adorable! I love the bow on the right too. Im not sure if its like the skirtie thing over a pink tank top or if its connected. Also im not sure about that black thing on the pink dress. To tell you the truth, im not even sure what it is.... it looks sorta like a modified pinafore



hope someone can figure this out or like them as much as i do!
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