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pedantica

Last Seen Jul 30, 2011
pedantica
Color lovin' since October 5, 2010

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Miauve

Thanks for loving! <3

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Precarious_Eggplant

siyann

Thanks for the love! <3

Freak4Color

sunmeadow

Thank you very much for the love!
Somebody_New

cstallions

Wow...you're good! I really like your palette collection so far : )

WNDINTER

Thank you, Thank you!!!
Rare_Books
Welcome to our loving family here. You have sure been busy adding some very wonderful works!!!

ver

thank you pedantica for all the loves and follow !!!!!!!

Penina

Hi pedantica,
There is a color thread on the Spoonflower group, here.

Also, Kim Kight of the True Up blog posted the results of a digital fabric printing experiment, where she compared the results of the four most well-known fabric-on-demand printers. It's not a perfect experiment, as she admits herself, but it does give you a good overview of what can happen between concept and final results.

Thanks for reminding me about this! I'm going to go ahead and post these notes to the Color on Spoonflower thread.

I know I saw and read a note about color fastness on the Spoonflower site, but after a long search I am out of time. Do post a link if/when you find it, ok?

I did find a great post I hadn't seen before on the Spoonflower, about working in the LAB colorspace. It covers the basic Spoonflower requirements, plus some details on how LAB works: How do I prepare a file for printing on fabric?

Penina

WoHOO!

Hi, pedantica,
Thanks for joining our group…

If you've got a Spoonflower profile, feel free to post it here so we can connect!

I see your question to prax about printing patterns from Colourlovers to Spoonflower, and so far, I've heard nothing from someone who has tried that process. At the moment, I'm developing fabric motifs with colored pencils, because I feel a little more confident with them. Also, my understanding is you can only print CL patterns you yourself have created — a way to protect people's creative ownership. I don't like any of my own CL patterns enough to print them :-P

I could go on and on, so probably it's better if you ask specific questions… and/or we find someone who's done the full CL-to-Spoonflower process!

Oh, and PS: I love your palettes!

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