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argyle knitwear (Texture) This is one of over 5262 textures generated by Filter Forge, a Photoshop plugin that allows you to create your own filters. With Filter Forge, you can: change the look of this texture easily; browse through its 30,000 variations; get a normal map for a 3D model. Download Filter Forge to use this texture To open this filter, you must have Filter Forge 1.0 or higher installed on your computer. Author: blurtsmum Filter Details Downloads: 3272 Submitted: May 04, 2008 Usage Rank: High Comments (0) Description Argle knitwear -This filter lets you make patterened knitwear - argle patterned it is based on Constantin Malkov's knittted fabric and argyle by garbanzo - which are both great filters. Keywords knit, pattern, three, knitting, granny, jumper, cardigan, sock, pullover, christmas Rewards This filter has earned its author one of our rewards. Filter Controls Color 1Color 2Color 3Stripe colorStripe AdjusterStripe ThicknessColour InverterSimple 'Noise'Distortion&Roughness

Prints, Drawings & Watercolors from the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection This ambitious multi-year endeavor will digitize the 15,000 individual prints, drawings, and watercolors from The Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection. The artwork vividly documents all aspects of military and naval history, with emphasis on the history and illustration of world military and naval uniforms from the 17th century to the present. In addition to the material on military and naval dress, this digital collection includes portraiture, caricatures, wartime posters, original photographs, and graphics on military and naval history in general, campaigns and battles, the arts and tactics of warfare, drills and regulations. There is a vast amount of material pertaining to military decorations and insignia, heraldic ornaments, armor, weaponry, equitation, flags, knightly orders, court and ceremonial dress, architecture, and the general history of costume. The prints, drawings, and watercolors are a significant part of the Anne S. Artist's sketchbooks can be found in the collection.

DOGAMI | Lidar Data Viewer - Introduction Interactive map upgrades begin Friday, April 11 The Lidar Data Viewer is undergoing a maintenance update and data layers may not appear. The viewer will return to normal service as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience during these improvements. Until the viewer is back, users can view DOGAMI lidar as a base map option on Oregon HazVu and SLIDO interactive maps. What is the DOGAMI Lidar Data Viewer? This interactive map allows you to view lidar data shaded-relief imagery for Oregon at zoom scales to 1:9,028. Use the "Lidar Quad Search/Purchase" tool on the map to locate and order Lidar Data Quadrangle (LDQ) publications.* Locate LDQs by: Ohio Grid Code USGS topographic quadrangle name *Lidar Data Quadrangles (LDQs) can be purchased through Nature of the Northwest Information Center. What do I need to use the map viewer? To view the map, your browser must have Adobe Flash Player and must allow cookies. Map Tool Help Limitations Additional Resources Lidar Landscapes posters | postcards

Tileables - Never Ending Patterns 14,000 Free Images from the French Revolution Now Available Online It’s often said that the French Revolution (1789-1799) created the “blueprint” for all revolutions to come. Unlike any event before it, the Revolution drew its strength from ideology — an ideology that turned on the belief that France had created a radical break with its monarchical past, and would now radically re-organize itself along egalitarian and democratic lines. To drive this message home, the revolutionaries produced thousands of pamphlets and political works of art. More than a century later, the Russian revolutionaries would use the French blueprint and all cultural tools at their disposal to promote its Marxist ideals. Above you can see one image celebrating a founding document of the Revolution — 1789’s Les droits de l’homme et du citoyen (The Rights of Man and Citizen). The images in the archive can be sorted by theme. To explore more image archives, please see our recent post: Where to Find Free Art Images & Books from Great Museums & Libraries. via Hyperallergic

National Geologic Map Database HomeCatalogLexiconMapViewStandardsComments Find Us: Accessibility FOIA Privacy Policies and Notices U.S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Grunge Photoshop brush roundup We’ll be starting a regular series of roundups of the best free Photoshop brushes, in various themes; this week’s Photoshop brush roundup is on the Grunge theme. Grunge is a very bold style choice, and is characterized by its gritty style, dark, washed-out colors, and irregular shapes. Grunge textures can be so varied, from wood to metallic surfaces, fabric, paper and more as far as textures go, but also characterizing themselves by sharp cuts, or slow fades. They are all very similar in style, but offer subtle variations which can be used in conjunction with other similar or contrasting textures to create depth and wear. Double Circle A great set of grunge brushes focusing on a concentric grunge circle design with a good bit of variety so it’s likely to have the style that you’re looking for. Grunge Set A standard set of grunge brushes to add that dirty and worn look to your designs. Subtle Grunge Texturitus A hi-res set of ’35 strange texture brushes’. Halftone Grunge28 Crack Brushes Undercover

Download 100,000+ Images From The History of Medicine, All Free Courtesy of The Wellcome Library The Wellcome Library, in London, specializes in the history of medicine. While the institution has long offered a good digital collection for browsing, the library announced yesterday that they are making more than 100,000 historical images free to download under a Creative Commons CC-BY license. (Users can distribute, edit, or remix at will; the license even allows for commercial use, with attribution.) The Wellcome’s holdings represent the institution’s long-term interest in collecting art related to medicine, the body, public health, and medical science. Some images in the collection are, perhaps unsurprisingly, squirm-inducing (an 1851 Japanese woodcut showing an amputation of the lower leg; a Dutch etching depicting a 17th-c mastectomy; a German illustration showing 17th-century monks performing eye surgery). Browsers interested in dipping a toe into the stream of images may try out the galleries listed on the Images homepage. h/t @kirstinbutler

DOGAMI - Lidar Landscapes Posters: Umpqua Lighthouse State Park; Honeyman State Park; Netarts Bay; Willamette River Historic Channels; Big Obsidian Flow, Newberry Crater; Mt. Hood and the Parkdale Lava Flow $10 each, from Nature of the Northwest | 2012 Calendar | Postcards Each artistic rendering was created using a lidar bare-earth raster image draped with an orthophoto. Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, Oregon, 18 x 24 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10. Honeyman State Park, Oregon, 24 x 18 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10. Netarts Bay, Oregon, 24 x 18 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10. Willamette River Historic Channels, North of Corvallis, Oregon, 24 x 18 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10. Big Obsidian Flow and Other Major Lava Flows, Newberry Crater, Oregon, 24 x 18 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10. Mount Hood and the Parkdale Lava Flow, Oregon, 24 x 18 inches, by Daniel Coe, $10.