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    How exactly do some folks make patterns?

    Like someone gives them a picture or something and they take that image and make it scrollable.

    I've got Adobe Photoshop CS 2 on my computer, but Im not exactly the best at using it...

    Are there any very simple ways of doing something like this? Like some kinda program I can download or something that makes the process somewhat simple?

    Thanks for any and all information that can be provided.
    ~Tim Bonner
    'smile it makes people wonder what your up to, and brightens anothers day.'

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    Coyote

    Coyote software from Carving Technologies simplifies the process of making portrait style patterns.
    You can also look online for lessons on your Photoshop program.
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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