Tuesday, March 16, 2010

S&W: ANOTHER WAY TO USE COLOR

Posted by Peg in South Carolina


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To the right is a better image of the reduced sized draft.  Even so, this is not as good asimage others I have used.  I think that the highly contrasting red must create color rendition problems? 

Microsoft Publisher is clearly fine if I want to include a full-scale draft.  But the more I reduce the image, the more problematic the image becomes.  Even the actual colors are not the same.

I am looking into other publishing software programs……..

Related Post:    S&W Treadling and Color


"S&W: Another Way to Use ColorS&W: Another Way to Use Color was written by Margaret Carpenter for Talking about Weaving and was originally posted on March 16, 2010. ©2010 Margaret Carpenter aka Peg in South Carolina.

5 comments:

Leigh said...

Peg, I really like this one.

In answer to your question about my weaving again, I still can't get to the loom as my studio is needed for storage. But knitting has picked up! So there's hope.

Peg in South Carolina said...

Thanks, Leigh. Knitting counts as fiber activity! When we go places, knitting provides my fiber fix. How about spinning?

Cioara Andrei said...

Foarte interesant subiectul postat de tine. M-am uitat pe blogul tau si imi place si am sa mai revin sa-l vizitez. O zi buna

Dorothy said...

Do you have Powerpoint? It's amazing what you can do in Powerpoint - so much more is possible than the unimaginative slides and presentations most people turn out.

When I worked with scientists they used it to produce big posters for conferences. You can make any page size you like, import graphics without losing quality, re-size them, move text boxes and pictures around easily to get them nicely arranged, and there are drawing tools as well.

Peg in South Carolina said...

Yes, Dorothy, I do have Powerpoint but have never learned how to use it. I have, however, got a new desktop publishing program on my computer and like it much better than Publisher