AutoSketch Tag All blog entries tagged as AutoSketch Fri, 25 Apr 2014 05:03:52 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Memo to seasoned pattern digitizers So I can see this topic is important to many of you out there. I have received several messages about my last post on pattern digitizing. So.. I have crafted an answer to one of the questions. Basically the question is this.. if you already use AutoSketch to digitize patterns, is Art 'n Stitch worth your time and effrot to learn - not to mention your $$ to buy it.

]]> (Todd Fletcher) QuiltGeek Mon, 21 Nov 2011 23:25:12 +0000
Update on Statler Adobe
Well.. that was awhile ago, and there have been updates and changes to the way I digitizing in there. They are minor, but important.

First: I have moved up to CS 5. (now for all your Statler people, I mean CreativeSuite 5 from Adobe. There isn't yet a CreativeStudio 5). Well will the upgrade to CS 5, you will need the updated EXDXF-Pro plugin. It's up to 3.011 as of this writing.

On this next part, all of you with sensitive eye may wish to turn away. You see, I have actually had better luck with the 'Polyline' option in the output parameters. It would seem that the makers of the plugin don't output lines and arcs correctly. Here's a view of my output settings that work for Illustrator digitizing for Statler.
]]> (Todd Fletcher) QuiltGeek Tue, 13 Sep 2011 23:12:53 +0000
AutoSketch for QuiltGeeks Class Files I have taught an AutoSketch course and sold many workbooks. I am excited to help many quilters learn to use AutoSketch.  Here is the list of files used in those course, for all you quiltgeeks!

]]> (Todd Fletcher) QuiltGeek Thu, 28 Jan 2010 16:53:00 +0000
Statler Stitcher + Adobe Anyone who knows me, knows of my obsession with Apple computer.  I just happen to also enjoy the Statler Stitcher… along with digitizing stuff on a computer.  I have been perplexed ever since I was introduced to this industry with the lack of Apple and Adobe influence.  After all, those are two BIG names in the creative and artistic worlds.]]> (Todd Fletcher) QuiltGeek Mon, 05 Oct 2009 10:33:00 +0000