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Paperpino Paper Automata & Moreā€¦ PaperCraft Art Creative - Free paper model toy doll card origami Cute and Unique Handmade Scented Jewelry by Mei Pak - Tiny Hands Jewelry Design Tutorial: Creating a Propaganda Poster Posted Wednesday, 10 December 2008 by David Sykes in Photoshop, Design In the second installment of our "how to" series, based on entries to the Crestock Photoshop Contest 2008, David Sykes shows us how he brought together the photographic source materials provided in Adobe Illustrator to create his winning design for Round 1. The same end result could undoubtedly have been achieved using Photoshop alone, but Illustrator offers greater speed and precision for this particular style of design. Step 1 Research, Research, Research. In this case the topic was propaganda and our assignment (as I understood it) was to aesthetically replicate the propaganda posters or their style and put our unique twist to the work. Crestock.com has a wealth of information on this topic right there on the site - you can find links to this at the bottom of this post. Step 2 Find some kind of textured background. Step 2.5 Step 3 I then work out my layout. Step 4 I cut out the pics in Photoshop using the pen tool. Step 5

Cosplay.com - &The AntiCraft! - StumbleUpon Christopher Lansdown (photo) Beth Skwareck (model) click image to enlarge A Petticoat for the Ages Although you can make this petticoat as a skirt to wear to work or school, its main utility is in its usefulness for the time-traveler. Say your future self invents a time machine, and comes back to offer you a ride in it, say next week. Maybe the two of you want to visit the Renaissance, or maybe you're thinking Victorian. Just as a space traveler's best friend is his towel, a time traveler's best friend is her petticoat. Here I'll give you a recipe for a basic petticoat, not too fluffy, suitable for everyday wear as a modern 2000s woman. by Beth Skwarecki Suggested Watching Doctor Who (New or Classic) on the BBC Difficulty Boy Scout Burnout Click here for definitions of difficulty levels. Finished Measurements Tailored to fit, but ~39" long if not shortened before making a casing for the elastic in the last step. Download Petticoat pattern with full-sized illustrations (pdf format) Materials

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