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2 January

  • Patti_12-28-2011_large

    Jan 2, 2012, 05.32 PMby patti-r

    Hello, Saw your post on the CAD, Sorry about your losing all those items, Eeeeech I would have had to wear Depends just seeing that, I am terrified of things like mice with their hands and feet looking human have never seen a real one, just the thought creeps me out.

    I just got one CS5 and my nephew will not be installing it for another 2 months or so he is in Italy until the end February, (LOL I can’t even use the my Photo shop correctly, notice the big cut off head in my picture).

    Most programs refer to Adobe Photo-shop Illustrator the below site has a lot of information plus, some free downloads on right for •Female Croquis etc, Flats for Blazers, Dresses etc ,

    Also check other sites for more information they have some free 30 day trail on some CAD software for Fashion Designers. I do not do sewing for profit, although I possess Advanced Couture sewing skills.

    Hoping others can provide you with more information. Good Luck!! Patti

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    • The_mermaid_large

      Jan 3, 2012, 12.38 AMby blueartisan

      Thanks Patti, I often think it’s ironic that I used to save mice from pet shops when I was a teenager, especially the sick runts, and now they have gone and destroyed my most valuable items! Oh well, I can just create some new and exciting things now! Thanks for the link, any and all information is good for me. I have CS5 so that may prove useful. I’m not the best at it but my husband is a computer tech and has quite good skills on Photoshop so he can always help me :) Just a casual search has shown that there are so many things I have to learn/re-learn and there appear to be different terms used worldwide for the same things which is messing with my head a bit. It might be prudent to look into some online courses to refresh my skills (or at least terminology!) I think.