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Photoshop Fabrics Collection - M to S (Final Part) by AussieDidge Photoshop Fabrics Collection - M to S (Final Part) by AussieDidge
Hey, what's up everybody! Here I present the final of three (possibly four) parts of an immense collection of fabric patterns that can be utilised in Photoshop.

Yes, for the small, small price of ONE MILLION dA POINTS (Okay, who wrote that down...? =p)

I mean, for the reasonable price of one view and one download (that means, it's completely free!) you can gain access to a massive collection of fabric patterns that can be used for Photoshop Elements, as well as Creative Suite and GIMP. (Actually, if someone could check which programs' versions work for me so I know for sure, that'd be much appreciated.)

I have made these in Photoshop Elements 9, and you can bet there's plenty more where that came from.

Featured in this package are a compilation of fabrics of several different colours, including:
- Ponte D' Roma (Sounds eternally classy to me! =p)

- Printed Lightning (Spectacular design for swimwear, activewear, dance costumes, blouses and party dresses, not to mention ice skating)

- Fire/Hell Nylon Spandex (Perfect for dresses and blouses)

- Stretch Charmeuse (For striking gowns, women's dresses and other formal wear)

- Stretch Lining (Ideal for lining dresses, and can be used for decoration)

- Stretch Mesh (For smooth clubwear, lingerie, dance and skating costumes)

- Stretch Sequins (Great for dresses, dance & skating costumes, and favour decorations)

- Stretch Vinyl (Again, perfect for dresses, dance & skating costumes, and favour decorations)

Bear in mind that all of these are great for designing those items and not necessarily obtaining them.

Anyway, hope you enjoy this collection and please stay tuned, because there might be "special request" patterns coming up soon. Not sure whether it'll be needed though... this marks the end of a collection of 250 MB of fabrics, approaching nearly 400 fabrics in total for use.

In the meantime, peace!

As always, comments are appreciated, and if you have a question, I'll try my best to answer it. Enjoy!

* Note: this package consists of the final third of all the fabrics available in this letter category. Hope you enjoy the collection! *

EDIT: I think it would be more convenient for myself and everyone else (if you're interested of course) if I link my other fabrics patterns to this one. So here goes:

~ Fabrics Patterns A to F ~

~ Fabrics Patterns G to L ~

~ Fabrics Patterns M to S (Part 1) ~

~ Fabrics Patterns M to S (Part 2) ~

G'day everybody, an update regarding these patterns. When I originally made them, they were one size only (500x500 pixels) but this new journal entry I've made (See here: [link]) will allow you to create sizes applicable for any project. (Small as 64x64 or large as 1024x1024, your choice.)

Thanks very much for the love, and hope you make great use out of them!
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A-Fotografi-Arte Feb 16, 2013   Photographer
Thank you!!! you are genius!!!
AussieDidge Feb 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm flattered. It was just that one idea that came to mind, and I spent a good couple of days making those patterns up. I tell you what, they've been immensely helpful for me, and hopefully you'll think the same. =)
Where were these when I needed them?! You wouldn't believe how hard it is looking for certain types of fabric patterns out there. :glomp: THANK YOU!!!!
AussieDidge Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I had no idea where they could have been, so I decided to make my own! ;)

You're welcome, I take pleasure in knowing that you and all the other downloaders are going to gain great uses out of these fabrics.

All the best to you! =)
Are they OK to use Commercial too, or do you need some shiny new money for them then? I'm into 3D modelling (among other things) and so far only for personal use, but I'd love to try out something for commercial sometime. If you do need a fee, please contact me and I'll try to send you it as soon as I can.
AussieDidge Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, the patterns themselves are completely free, and honestly, I didn't make these just so I could rake in the cash. I just wanted to share some tools that much more creative people could utilise. (I've seen the work that happens here regularly... blows my mind.)

That said, I'll gladly take up a donation if you're willing to give one.

Finally, when you do utilise these patterns, just send me a link to your artwork and give me credit on your description. That's all I really ask.

The original reasons I made these was to give people a certain "feel" for a costume (be it dancing, skating or character-related) before they went out to buy the material. In a sense, I'm trying to provide extra information.

I think that just about covers it. Thanks again for the download and hope you enjoy them! =)
PewterKat Jan 15, 2013  Professional General Artist
Wow, these are great! I'll have to try them if I get into 3D modelling again.
AussieDidge Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
By all means, feel free to utilise these. If you do happen to though, just send me a link to your artwork and provide credit on your description. Easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy... as my former Accounting teacher used to say. =)

Thanks again, and hope you get great uses out of them. =)
PewterKat Jan 15, 2013  Professional General Artist
Sure thing!
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