By Kim Kight
When you have ever dreamed of unveiling your designs on textile, cloth aficionado Kim Kight, of renowned weblog precise Up, is the following to coach you the way. complete and refreshingly user-friendly, this extraordinary quantity gains major elements. First, the layout and colour part explains the fundamentals with step by step tutorials on growing repeating styles either by way of hand and at the laptop. subsequent, the Printing part courses you thru moving these designs on fabric-whether its block printing, reveal printing, electronic printing or licensing to a material company-and how you can ascertain the easiest technique for you.
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See the chart (next page) for details. The problem with unidentified vintage fabric designs is that there is no way for the average person to reliably identify the date of original “publication” (printing) of a fabric. However, you can make an educated guess based on colors, weave, design styles, and other factors. ) If the work was registered after January 1, 1978, WHAT’S IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN? gov/records. , or pay to have it done for you. If you want to risk reproducing a vintage textile design, be sure to document your attempts to identify the design’s origins and obtain permissions to reproduce it.
The anchor boxes will snap into place along the horizontal and vertical guides, and the motifs will be in perfect alignment. Figure 8 Figure 9 5. Make copies of any new motifs that intersect Figure 10 Tutorial: DESIGNING REPEATS BY COMPUTER the right edge of the artboard/repeat boundaries as shown. If they are on the bottom half, they must be copied and placed on the top left edge; and if they’re on the top half, they must be copied and placed on the lower left edge. Unless one edge of one of your motifs is aligned precisely with the repeat boundary, you can’t rely on Illustrator’s Smart Guides to snap these motifs into alignment.
Last updated January 3, 2011. 0 License. S. intellectual property law, once you create an original design in a tangible form (not just an idea), the copyright to it belongs to you for the rest of your life plus 70 years. This holds even if you do nothing to notify people of those rights. But it is still prudent, especially if your fabrics will be released to the public, to print the selvage with your name, your company’s name, the name of the design, and a copyright symbol with the year of creation.