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Tuesday, November 09, 2010

of julias, julians and julianscope

julias and juliascopes

consciously and guiltily steering away from the loom.learning to use apo7x(see yesterday's post)
won't bore you with the fractalspeak, just enjoy the image above.one good thing about creating your own images is that besides avoiding copyright issues you can have a stock to illustrate whatever. and they can also turn into textile works. want more?

today i'm using the image to illustrate an information rich post.
  • say goodbye to color balance photo woes.here are some good easy tips to get your color balance right. you need  to scroll down to get to the meaty part.
  • for sewers -the ones who use fabric, not the sewage conduits-(^ ^ )a great post on making bags and how to avoid some common mistakes.
  • if you're interested in visual journals here's a list of free on line workshops.
and for closers some incredible photo eye candy. enjoy!

and yes catherine, if you care about your time stay away from the program (^ ^)



neki desu
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5 comments:

  1. quanti blog interessanti, dovrò proprio trovare il tempo di leggere tutto. Grazie!

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  2. Anonymous9:21 PM

    brilliant tips today, Neki, so glad you surf for me :-))). You will see some coins on the rusted ecodyes pics in the future i bet and maybe a bag or two, thanks a gazillion time
    Fab

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  3. Now you've done it twice, you're going to have to keep naming all your posts in threes...

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  4. Fractals are amazing. I took a class at Quilt University with Lily Kerns and was exposed to many fractal programs but you are right, they eat up lots of time. Benoit Mandelbrot, the mathematician who discovered fractals just died last month.

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  5. Ooh! Much coolness. I'm going to resist the temptation of fractals, but you feel free to go ahead and keep amusing us. ;-)

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interaction appreciated!

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