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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
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Change DPI Base size is 150
Collection: Boys Clowning in the Snow
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This is part of this design printed on a 8 inch swatch. It is not the best photo, but shows the colors in the figures quite well on my computer.
khowardquilts uploaded a fabric image for
Clowns in the Snow :
Posted over 5 years ago.
This is sized to print 4 per fat quarter, though the original can be re sized to fit one image per fat quarter.
I used the main figures in this for my contest entry. That way there weren't as many colors to edit. I didn't want to lose the coloring on the face.
Some designs I can use the hue & saturation or auto level under the adjustments in my paint.net program to get the color to stay in the color changer here. Sometimes it works sometimes it darkens it too much. Not sure if Picnic has that.
Magic wand in paint.net is great for changing colors all over at once. I have not been able to figure picnic out myself. LOL
The color changer isn't going to work, because I loose some colors I need. I sure don't want to loose some of the shading.
This my first successful computer drawn design. I used a few geometric sticker at Picnik for the snow man, but the rest wasdone with Doodle at Picnik. Next step probably should be to use the color changer to combine a few colors that really should be the same. Some was done with a soft brush and I don't know how that will work when printed. Any one have experience with fuzzy edges?
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