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I'm looking to buy a " half-silk, half-wool mix milled in Korea". For a Kingpin costume this halloween.
Other than pictures the quoted text above is all I could find about the material, but I have no idea where to get started in trying to buy such a fabric. Anyone have any suggestion on where to start to attempt to buy this?
I am planning on getting a Birthday/Engagement gift for my girlfriend and was hoping you artists could help. I would like to set her up with everything she needs to make digital art. She went to school for textiles, but also draws paints and all sorts of other stuff. She works for a Non-Profit Arts organization in our town and I believe she has access to some digital arts programs, but certainly not all and not the best equipment I assume. I am an Engineer and work 100+ hours a week, so cost is not necessarily a factor. I have been looking at the Wacom Cintiq 22HD but it also needs a PC attached with all the programs? She has a crappy old laptop so that wont do.
If you could help me with:
1) Should I go with the Wacom Cintiq 22HD or something else?
2) Someone with actual experience, what would be the PC system requirements? I don't want bare minimum as I want this PC to live for 5 years at least. I have built many PC's as it is a hobby of mine and I am very familiar with Hardware. I refuse to buy Apple Products.
3) What programs should I look at? Corel Paint looks really cool? And Bonus you can buy Corel and not pay monthly right? Should I get a subscription to Adobe? Other programs?
4) Any other peripherals I should look into?
Thanks I appreciate the help. I am definitely a math person and dont know much about this stuff.
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The structure of the dress is such as to highlight the woman's form and whatever she has by way of tallness. The straight-fit kameez comes with a deep neckline, which is complemented by the superbly long sleeves and low hemline. Crocheting work in blue makes up the designed panel at the centre against the yellow, the hem defined by more crocheted panels in varying colours. The signature choodidar trousers complements the rest of the dress. The chiffon dupatta, as light and translucent and dominantly pink as it is, completes the glamour of this dress.