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The second edition of Adobe Photoshop for Textile design

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Origin inc. (www.origininc.com)today announced the availability of the second edition of Adobe Photoshop for textile design, a collection of tutorials on how to use Adobe Photoshop for textile design.

This second edition covers three new subjects, Working with layers, resolution (pixels per inch) and finally a section on how to place colors on the color table in a predefined order.

Origin inc. is a textile design studio that uses Adobe Photoshop exclusively for all its design work. As many people have found out, Photoshop is a very powerful tool that gives todays designersí functionality, flexibility and power all at a very reasonable cost. Most design studios use Adobe Photoshop but few use it to its fullest potential in their design work. The techniques in this book have been developed from hours of trial and error in using this versatile program. This book takes you by the hand and shows you step by step techniques used in the textile and fashion industry today using this incredible tool.

The book covers the fundamental tasks designers need to accomplish color reduction, repeats, simple plaids, creating mini bodies (croquis), color reduction of a tonal design and basic photodraping. It also includes tips on the most effective settings for working with textiles. This book was self published by Origin inc. It was written for Photoshop 6.0, and comes with a CD with practice images and color charts.

You will find that this book leads you through in an organized and effective way and leaves you armed with key concepts and versatile techniques. The purpose of this book was to answer many of the technical questions about Photoshop for textile design, giving you the freedom to create. For more information go to www.designtextile.com.

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