This is a great way to get a real good idea of what your final creation will look like. We can all avoid wasted time, waste of beautiful materials and we can all avoid looking at bad choices. This is so much fun, you'll WANT TO sit in front of the computer creating an amazing virtual wardrobe.

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A computer and some kind of Adobe Photoshop program.

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    May 7, 2009, 06.25 AMby jj1

    I need this instruction for making my storyboard. Thank you so much.

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    Oct 8, 2008, 08.20 AMby rikacb

    Thank you for your suggestion. Pencil to Pen Tool looks like a great book. Although it’s more for the professional designer who wants to learn how to put together successful resumes, interviews and portfolios digitally. It’s an $80 book with 14 Chapters, explaining the basics of fashion and design and how to make mood and trend presentation boards with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Sounds like it’s way more complex if you ask me. This How To has 9 easy steps and the results are simple amateur color in drawings which take me a couple minutes and is all I need to fully visualize what my creation is going to look like. Can’t really compare it to From Pencil to Pen Tool.

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    Oct 7, 2008, 04.33 PMby whiteelephant

    You should read the book From Pencil to Pentool. It gives instructions on how to do this in a much simpler way.

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    Oct 4, 2008, 10.36 AMby rikacb

    I noticed some of the pictures are cut off do to dimension changes I didn’t know about. I would have to start all over to fix this problem, so I wrote to BurdaStyle and asked them to add a feature to make editing your pictures easier. As soon as they add this new function, I will post new images. Thanks for Looking. : )

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