i am still at adobemax 2013 today, but here is a quick roundup on the top 4 creative tools that i am exited about for the apparel industry in regards to adobe programs and now hardware. please let me know what you think and share with me what you would like to see improved or what is your fav new feature? Continue reading “top new adobe creative tools for fashion designers”
Creating the next live online Textile Masterclass series is a lot of fun. Part of the first series is how to create tie dye print within Photoshop. Entirely digitally without getting your fingers dirty. There are several easy steps like using a gradient and then putting a pattern on top of it with a Layer blending mode. Continue reading “Tie Dye in Photoshop?”
Today I am sharing this great quick lovely video by Los Angeles Fashion Designer Eva Franco who let’s us peak into her studio and follow along her design process.
My website currently only advertises and shows access to 6 courses, but all access members can access 2 more (8 full courses total).
Both of these assume that you already worked your way through the beginner courses
and are ready to progress to the next level. Continue reading “Great new courses already available to my all access members”
Watch this video to learn to find quick inspiration for color names for you new color swatches that you are using in your line sheets, mood and trend boards for new fashion collections. Continue reading “Color names and codes for Illustrator and Photoshop – Quick video tip”
last year was photoshop‘s 20th birthday.
during adobe max’s 2010 conference i was able to explore and take some pictures of the evolution of the photoshop software since it’s very first version. Continue reading “How long have you been using Photoshop? Happy 20th Birthday!”
Click here to check out this new social profile website.While there watch your seamless video tutorial by clicking on the youtube icon
About.me is a website which hold as many of your social profiles in one place I am testing it out these days and you can too.. leave your about.me page in the comment Continue reading “Seamless pattern in Illustrator tutorial on youtube”