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    I know I have mentioned the software "Me on a pumpkin" before and it had some limitations for scrolling applications.
    Well version 2 has just been released. WOW what an improvement.
    You can toggle on and off the lined and dots when printing out patterns.
    There is a morphing feature that will let you transform portraits, exaggerating features. This would be great for caricatures.
    I downloaded a copy yesterday and have been using it to do fretwork scenes.
    I am very pleased with it so far.
    Check it out
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    Carl, i finely got to the site and they only had software for sale, for some reason i thought they had a trial version...

    never the less on the subject of patterns for pumpkins, check out this link
    amazing things done with pumpkins, although i think there was some wax trickery, we wont tell anyone...
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