Adobe Photoshop For Textile Design - For Adobe Photoshop Cs6
Publish Date: 2012-06-02
Author: Frederick L Chipkin
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Adobe Photoshop for Textile Design (for Photoshop CS6) is a tutorial that shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create Textile Designs. This book will enable you to accomplish all the essential tasks of textile design using Adobe Photoshop. It will guide you through step by step techniques for creating color combinations, repeats, color reduction of a tonal (watercolor) design and simple woven effects. You'll also learn how to use layers to create quick color combinations. In addition to all this, there's even a chapter on how to create and work with Spot Channels. As equally important as the book itself is the CD that's included with the book. It contains practice images that correspond to the lessons in the book. These include weaves, images to color reduce, bodies & objects to photo drape and 36 pages of color charts so that you can match colors accurately.------In his book Frederick shows you how to create repeats (square and half drop), how to color reduce a textile design (you'll learn that even a subtle watercolor design is easy to color reduce) and how to simulate woven effects. You will also learn how to create quick colorings and then how to place your designs into a fashion sketch or a photograph. ---Frederick Chipkin of Kew Gardens NY has earned inclusion in the 2004 through 2012 Edition of Who's Who in America. He is also included in the 2005 through 2012 Edition of Who's Who in the world. To be chosen for inclusion, candidates must have held a position of responsibility or have attained a significant achievement. Frederick is best known for his book Adobe PhotoShop for textile design . A textile designer for Liz Claiborne, Bernard Chause, Manager CAD dept I Appel, Owner of Design Society, and most recently Owner of Origin inc. Textile Design studio, Fredericks career has spanned over 20 years in the industry. This book is self published by Origin inc.