Photoshop :: Change Fabric Swatches For A Chair

May 3, 2008

I have a video rocker chair that I need to be able to change its color or its pattern depending on the fabric material I have for the chair. So I have a picture of the Chair and I have pictures of the different patterns (sports teams, hunting scenes, ect.) I would like to overlay the different patterns onto the picture of the chair while maintaining the shadows and wrinkles of the original picture of the chair. I have PhotoShop 10

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Photoshop :: Change The Curvature Of A Fabric Snake

Feb 19, 2013

I want to change the curvature of a fabric "snake." I twisted the 12-ft fabric, laid it out in a curvy configuration on a black backdrop in the studio, and took the shot. Now I have extracted the "snake" and pasted it onto a transparent layer.

I know how to do Transform Layer and Transform Selection, but both of those just give me a box, in which the Warp Mode is not what I want. I want to grab the tail of my snake and stretch it out, or make the curve tighter, or make one part of the snake overlay another. Can I do this in PS6?

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Apr 7, 2008

I have this piece of fabric in a digital format (200x200px) and I need to make it a 1000x1000px so I can cover the entire window curtain. This is a pretty complex pattern. How can I make it repeat seamlessly? Is there a plugin that automatically adjust brightness and contrast as well as overlapping?

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my problem is the color gray. the swatches that fade from white to black have a red tint to them. I tryed the color setting, to see if i can take the red tint out but it doesn't work.

my color setting is set to north america General purpose which is the defult i believe.

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Feb 14, 2009

I am trying to use PS as an aid to painting.

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Feb 29, 2012

I am on a conquest to do a product visualization of a fabric style on a shirt (fabric could be a solid color, striped, or checked). I have access to the fabric and can take pictures/scans of the fabric to extract the exact pattern and would like to overlay it onto an existing picture of a man with a proper dress shirt on to see how the fabric would look on the actual shirt.
 
I would like this to be as real as possible so that you could not tell that the fabric was actually "draped" onto the shirt. The result would be something similar to the Perry Ellis website:

[URL].........

whether this can be done with Photoshop or if there is another alternative method I should pursue? I already have an original with my model in a very flat grey shirt that I would like to modify.

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I would like this to be as real as possible so that you could not tell that the fabric was actually "draped" onto the shirt. The result would be something similar to the Perry Ellis website (where each of the drapes of fabric would be from only 1 original model picture): [URL] .......

I already have an original with my model in a very flat grey shirt that I would like to modify.

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I have a piece of fabric that I'm trying to colour with a variety of different light & dark colours (blues, yellows, reds, black, white, grey, etc). The fabric colour that I'm trying to fill is a light grey which shows the texture (shadows, pattern, etc) of the fabric. In the layers pallet I have the fabric layer set to multiply and placed above the colour layer so that the colour comes through.

My problem is that I'm having some difficulty in colouring in the fabric. With lighter colours it's not a problem, but darker colours appear to saturate the selection too much which results in a loss of texture definition - the cracks in the texture appear that they are filled with paint. At the moment I have been playing with a combination of fabric layers set at different blend modes & opacities: multiply, screen & overlay which works to a certain extent but I'm not happy with the realism of the results especially for the darker colours.

With that said I have 2 questions:

1. Does anyone have any good experience with colouring selections which maintain colour & texture accuracy (to see what I mean, design a shoe at NikeID.com). You can see how they colour a lace in a variety of light & dark colours accurately (accurate colours while maintaining good texture). More generally, what's the 'best' approach here to blend (or some other method) the full spectrum of light to dark colours?

2. Ideally, what colour should the underlying fabric be? (white, grey, black?) And why? I notice that it's easy to colour a predominately white fabric with light colours but increasingly difficult to colour the selection the darker the target fill is.

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