Derby #174: Crosshatch
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Puttin On The Ritz

Puttin On The Ritz
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sTyLeS


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Re: Puttin On The Ritz


The shirt bone's connected to the skeleton bone.
The skeleton bone's connect to your head bone.
And that's about it.
Enjoy puttin on the ritz.


One color on Navy.

sTyLeS


quality posts: 9 Private Messages sTyLeS
Re: Puttin On The Ritz


Here's a few details:



midgerock


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This came out really well! gmv!

sTyLeS


quality posts: 9 Private Messages sTyLeS
midgerock wrote:This came out really well! gmv!


Groovy. Thanks midgerock!
I'm tired. Was up entirely too late trying to finish it.

paigeg


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Nice job! Came out great. The placement looks a little wonky - too far to the right (of the shirt). Must be because you were dozing off...

sTyLeS


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paigeg wrote:Nice job! Came out great. The placement looks a little wonky - too far to the right (of the shirt). Must be because you were dozing off...


Thanks paige.
I'm pretty sure it's centered...or at least it's supposed to be.
Maybe it looks funky because I cut off the side of the shirt when I placed the shirt on the comp image? Hrm.

paigeg


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sTyLeS wrote:Thanks paige.
I'm pretty sure it's centered...or at least it's supposed to be.
Maybe it looks funky because I cut off the side of the shirt when I placed the shirt on the comp image? Hrm.


Maybe, though I still think the top hat looks to far to the right - out of the print zone. It could resized/positioned for printing though.

sTyLeS


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paigeg wrote:Maybe, though I still think the top hat looks to far to the right - out of the print zone. It could resized/positioned for printing though.


Oh, you were referring to the top hat.
I get what you mean now...I thought you meant the skeleton itself.
Yeah, if it really is outside print area, it could be resized. Don't really have to worry about that, though, do I?

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