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    Best way to erase fabric wrinkles

    Hello guys, I am looking for a fast and effective way to erase wrinkles on these fabric ducts hanging on the ceiling. The result should be smooth, but natural looking. The process will be done often and should be less time consuming if possible. I've tried frequency separation, but it only...
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    free digitally crafted fabric textures

    I'll be updating this thread as and when I've got the free time to do other fabric variations, and take the time to make them seamless. currently I have three nylon/polyester textures available for download. they can be used in any project you see fit, I regularly use them for my character...
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    Extracting color samples

    Hello, I am new at this so thanks for helping me out. I am making a fiber art portrait from a photograph. I need to duplicate the colors in the photo with fabric. I know in Corel you can select the eyedropper, click on the image, and produce a sample of the color to then print out and take to...
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    Need help with camouflage for fabric

    Hello. I'm using an online repeating camouflage vector to create a fabric for pants. The only issue is that the image is a little, so to speak. I know if I were to put it on pants, it would look like it was straight off a computer. So, my question is this: how do I fade an image...
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    How to create realistic folds on fabric? Is it possible?

    Ok guys, this comes from the game "Thief 2". Someone could tell me how they did with that "creased" technique? I mean, the fabric over the booth has some realistic folds, especially at the bottom; how they manage to make that? Did they scan a fabric sample or there's a trick with Photoshop to...
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    How would I create a torn fabric effect

    I have found torn paper, torn edges....etc,but I would like torn/ripped FABRIC i.e: a t shirt with tears in it... Does anyone have any ideas?