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Thread: Digitizing a art drawing

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    Super Member chuckbere15's Avatar
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    I was wondering if anyone can do digitizing and what do you charge? It would be a photo of the art work.

    A friend of mine is interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckbere15
    I was wondering if anyone can do digitizing and what do you charge? It would be a photo of the art work.

    A friend of mine is interested.
    I digitize. And it just depends on how large the project is and how in depth it is. You can pm me on this if you like.

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    what is digitizing?

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    I am interested too. :):):)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSandra
    what is digitizing?
    It's where you turn drawings into thread. To be done on embroidery machines.

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    so you could digitizie a photo say of my gd and it would embroider? do you have a picture?

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    Yes I can. I do this all the time. Here is a sample pic.
    This actually shows original photo on the left and the photo turned to thread on the right.

    original on left/photo stitch on right
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    photo stitch of my dad
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    Well, I'll be darned....that's neat!
    Maureen

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    Thank you,
    I was so glad to learn this, now instead of photos on my quilts I can turn them into thread and I think they last longer.

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    Chuck

    Do you mean digitizing to thread like Tammy showed, or digitizing for piecing (ie a mosaic quilt)?

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