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FABRIC & Crochet TUTORIAL
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As a few of you already know, I've been looking high and low for tutorials on how to mimic REALISTIC looking fabric and/or material textures using Photoshop. Currently, I am using Photoshop CS2. If you know of any tutorials or are willing to create one, PLEASE POST IT HERE.

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In our very own toolbox thread, there is a link to a site called good-tutorials.com

On that site I did a search for clothes and it gave me a tutorial on how to paint realistic blue jeans. All I can really remember was something about grass. Either a grass filter or whatever using a pic of grass. Anyways, check out the tool box thread. You might find another site listed there that might do ya some good.

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Thanks, I'll check it out. I'm actually looking for a tut on how to simulate a crochet pattern like in the pics below. I wonder if I could just copy the pattern of her bikini over the original pic i'm using and basically follow the same instructions as the She-hulk tutorial... I'll have to give it a try.




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Woah! To go from fabric to a crocheted bikini is quite a leap. You likely won't find something specific enough to get you all the way to where you are going. Luckily there is a pattern to something crocheted, so you could probably start by looking for a method to create a pattern.

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Woah! To go from fabric to a crocheted bikini is quite a leap. You likely won't find something specific enough to get you all the way to where you are going. Luckily there is a pattern to something crocheted, so you could probably start by looking for a method to create a pattern.

Can I just copy a piece of crocheted material and save it to my patterns folder? Would that work?

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BTW: I have an unrelated question:
I've tried to add a manip of the she-hulk that I did ( my first attempt) to the Marvel Character's Gallery today, but I can't locate it. Does it take a few days being screened before it is posted on the site?

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ortiz01lgnd wrote:

Can I just copy a piece of crocheted material and save it to my patterns folder? Would that work?


It could, but it depends on what you do next... give it a try.

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Can I just copy a piece of crocheted material and save it to my patterns folder? Would that work?


It could, but it depends on what you do next... give it a try.


I was thinking: Copy a piece of crochet material, save it as a pattern, then on the image use the crochet pattern and ( to change the color) add a colored layer mask to it, set the hue to hard light ( so it would keep the original's details while changing the color-- like the tut on how to make she-hulk). OR, I wonder if I could just do it the old fashioned way: Copy and paste a portion of a crochet image directly to a new layer over say, the bikini area, and adjust the size and shape by just using Elipt tool, free transform/warp/distort and the eraser. That way, I should be able to achieve a realistic crochet material look with less effort. Atleast I hope so.

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My boy, Geldrith from Loreleiweb.com just hooked me up with a tut on crochet patterns so i thought I'd share. Here's the link.

http://www.loreleiweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8096
I'll also start a new thread specifically for crochet pattern tuts.
Enjoy!

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Here's the link, ladies and gentlemen! Courtesy of Geldrith from loreleiweb.com

http://www.loreleiweb.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8096

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merged forum threads into one as they are basically the same topic.

Fabric tutorials and Crochet tuorials threads are now a single thread.

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