Digital Collage for Quilt Design: From Start to Finish
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Learn the basics of digital collage for use in quilts, from introductory to advanced design with Diane Rusin Doran.
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Learn the basics of digital collage for use in quilts, from introductory to advanced design. Award-winning quilter Diane Rusin Doran shows how a variety of image types can be combined to create imaginative collages to print on fabric. Using Photoshop Elements 9, Diane teaches basic digital enhancement and layering techniques; discusses the role of color, value, and contrast in design; and much more. Diane explains printing, basting, and finishing options for your collage, and she demonstrates various ways to enhance your design with quilting. The video concludes with Diane sharing additional tips and techniques as she shows and discusses a number of her digital collage quilts. This video is appropriate for all levels.
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  • Copyright-free images that appeal to you, such as photographs, drawings, or paintings
  • Computer with Photoshop Elements 9 installed
  • Color printer
  • Good quality matte printer paper
  • Inkjet fabric, such as FabriSign or EQ Printables
  • Createx™ Airbrush Colors Matte Top Coat
  • Small spray bottle with a fine mist nozzle
  • Drop cloth
  • Iron and a Teflon® pressing sheet
  • Fusible web (Mistyfuse® Ultraviolet preferred)
  • Batting
  • Backing
  • Needles
  • Threads for quilting
  • Sewing machine
  • Removable tape, such as Res-Q Tape™

Optional

  • Fabric markers
  • Colored pencils
  • Fabric medium (I use Jacquard® Textile Color: colorless extender.)

SKU: EP3869

Author/Speaker/Editor: Diane Rusin Doran

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

Interesting Subject Matter - OK for the Price Review by Doyle
Rating

Subject Matter a 4, Script Delevery a 2, Production Elements a 3 (marked down for poor editing of narrative goofs and confused sentences), Computer Skills a 3, Professional Presentation a 3. Amply demonstrated the limitations of Photoshop. If you are interested in this subject you should find this worth the price.

(Posted on 1/20/14)