In the previous post, I show how to use Transform>Inline in KNK Studio to create a fill pattern for rhinestone applications. In today’s video, I show how to use Transform>Metamorphosis, which is perfect for symmetrical designs, such as a heart, a flower, a sun, etc. This is how I did my own T-Shirt design in the orginal, “Rhinestones, Baby!” post from last week. It’s both interesting AND fun to try both and then decide which look you like best. I have to again thank, Gerti, for asking how to create nesting shapes for today’s video, too! If I hadn’t revisited the Metamorphosis function to answer her question on June 28, then I wouldn’t have thought to extend this same application to rhinestone pattern designs! Thanks, Gerti!
Designing Rhinestone Patterns Part 5
by Sandy McCauley | Jul 16, 2009 | Fit Object to Path, Free Videos, Hearts - Designing, Metamorphosis, Rhinestones