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Canvas Seamless Texture

  • Wes
    # June 13, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    Alright this being my first post I’ll introduce myself. My name is Wes I am a 19 year old free lance web designer (small time stuff still learning). I have some general CSS knowledge and HTML knowledge.

    Alright down to the question. I’m not sure this is the right section to post this in but here it goes.

    I am looking for a repeating canvas texture or a tutorial to make one. I’ve tried to make one, and then tried using an actual texture. http://www.wesascolese.com/ this is the real texture. I’m not sure how to attack this problem and the one seamless repeating texture, but it looks awful and non realistic.

    I hope this all made sense for some reason my power over words is lacking today.

    -Wes

    # June 13, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    There are lots of tutorials on the web, here’s a nice simple one http://www.viddler.com/explore/TestFreaks/videos/261/308.623/

    Wes
    # June 13, 2009 at 4:03 pm

    Incredibly helpful thanks so much. I was familiar with the clone stamp and tools like it but the filter is what helped. Thanks a million Apostrophe.

    -Wes

    # July 30, 2009 at 3:02 am

    How should I clean the white canvas on my wedge shoes? I just bought a new pair of white canvas wedge shoes. The actual wedge part isn’t canvas but the top part is and so is the area where my toes are. Does that make sense? I know they are going to get dirty fast so I was wondering how I should clean them? Thanks.

    # July 30, 2009 at 3:44 am
    "yanika" wrote:
    How should I clean the white canvas on my wedge shoes? I just bought a new pair of white canvas wedge shoes. The actual wedge part isn’t canvas but the top part is and so is the area where my toes are. Does that make sense? I know they are going to get dirty fast so I was wondering how I should clean them? Thanks.

    WTF!?

    I think we have a new leader in the "most irrelevant question on a web design forum" contest. :D

    Rob
    # July 30, 2009 at 8:11 am

    Oh that is classic – I love it! :D

    # July 30, 2009 at 11:30 pm

    HA HA HA HA HA HAAAAAAAA! ROFLMAO! Brilliant! Just brilliant!

    On a serious note, to answer your question madam, I always recommend to my fellow canvas-shoe-wearing boating chums ‘Dulux Weathershield Brilliant White’ paint. Coming in a handy, patented, ‘carry-anywhere’ gallon can, this versatile and charming product can be applied at the office, in the kitchen, or even at the dinner table with Dulux’s handy "roller" device. Try it now! Be amazed! And tell your friend!

    EDIT – I’m telling you, there should be a hall of fame…

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