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22-Oct-2009, 04:38 PM #31
so correct me if im wrong but the way im understanding this is that u can go in and add more detail manually?
(if u doing this detail manually inside the program
(wut program?) and if u give me a .dst i will download a trail version of it and try it out and see if i can get wut i want)
or does it do it base off the picture?

idealy there should b 3 shades for every colour. and with black outline.
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22-Oct-2009, 08:56 PM #32
The dst file is in the zip attachment of the previous post.
The picture is what my software tells me it looks like.
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22-Oct-2009, 11:59 PM #33
wut is the program?
is it nething like photoshop?
can i like draw new colours and lines on it?
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23-Oct-2009, 06:14 AM #34
I used Photoshop to redraw your picture so that the digitizing software could find the edges better...
and to remove all the little detail that would be too small to stitch.

Then this picture is fed to the digitizer that finds the outlines ...
and lets me choose the color to stitch in the areas.
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23-Oct-2009, 03:52 PM #35
can i see how those other pictures would turn out?
i dont think this picture is getting the results i want
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23-Oct-2009, 05:45 PM #36
The Embroidery dst files are in the zip folder ... How's these ????
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23-Oct-2009, 05:53 PM #37
wow those are MUCH better and im really really liking the details!
and now i like the middle one the best (yellow hair) jsut needs a bit of clean up on the eyes and mouth.

AWESOME
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23-Oct-2009, 06:05 PM #38
I don't know how these will look when stitched.
I don't have much control of how this software does the digitizing.
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26-Oct-2009, 11:15 PM #39
is the zip file attached the 3 dst's?
i think the middle on (yellow hair) is about as good as it can get.

thanks alot man for all ur help
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31-Oct-2009, 11:56 AM #40
i really like the middle one.

is ur attached file a zip?
cuz i wil bring it in and see wut it will look like
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31-Oct-2009, 12:00 PM #41
It's in the zip attachment for post #36.
Without the embroidery software .. You will not be able to preview what it looks like.

This is as close as you can get to a preview .. without stitching it.
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