longinaphillipsdesigns#ASKMEANYTHING // We're back to answering all your burning questions about textile design! @tashistudio asked:
I FIND PENCIL RENDERING A BIT ROUGH WHEN SCANNED AND TAKEN TO PHOTOSHOP, IS THERE A WAY TO SOFTEN IT OR IS IT BEST TO USE FINE TIP BLACK PEN FOR RENDERING? When using scans in Photoshop, it's best to start by playing with the levels to give the pencil/pen line a crisp finish. We want to create contrast and to make sure that the line is defined. If your pencil rendering is too thin it will also make it difficult to use in Photoshop. Using a black pen is a great way to make sure your lines are defined enough for printing. We suggest using a .5 black pen either from @staedtlermars or @artline_au.
We absolutely love hearing from you guys so send through all of the questions you would love to be answered or leave it in the comments below! You're going to hear us ROAR this week as we explore the deepest of jungles for our fierce new animal skin prints in the collection. Here's a few elements from our new designs.
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- tashistudio@longinaphillipsdesigns oh that's a great advice. Will definitely use this for my new renderings!! Thank you so much!! ❤️❤️much love!!
- idaisakssonWhat is your favourite tools and settings to cut down on colors for making a screenprint without loosing depth in the print? And are there any filters worth trying out when making a floralprint? 🌸🎨🖥
- textile_theresaDo you know of anyone who has made prints for ski jackets?? 💕
- station_lane_coFor your magnificent renderings do you use cold or hot press watercolour paper and what weight?
- longinaphillipsdesignsGreat to hear! Glad you liked the advice @tashistudio Thanks for all the questions everyone, stay tuned for our next #ASKMEANYTHING for the answers! @idaisaksson @station_lane_co Hi @textile_theresa we don't know anyone who specialises in this; however, if you have any requests for prints please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. thanks!
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