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Hi,

I'm doing some textile coursework. I'm trying to use a pattern i've designed (scanned to pc) as a fill effect on a image of a jacket (scanned). I'm not wanting it to fill the whole jacket, just the collar, pockets etc....

can anyone help me?

is there any way i can achieve this effect??

thanks :?

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Take a look at http://searchpaint.net and search for "Photo Flood Fill." :-)

Oh, and "help" is not allowed in thread titles (take a look at the rules). Obviously you want help, or you wouldn't be posting in this forum. :-) I've edited for you.

 

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