portraits

Around a month ago I started messing around with PCStitch Pro 9, one of many cross stitch software programmes I’ve tried out. PCStitch Pro 9 is really easy to use and has one thing that the others lacked: common sense.
The first thing that I made was a Woody Allen portrait using the photograph transfer tool. I’ve seen a fair few cross stitch portraits online and I thought they looked really great. I’d tried a few portraits before I settled on the Woody Allen, all of which were in colour and would’ve been really expensive to do. This one was perfect because it was in black and white.woody allen by you.

I enjoyed doing this portrait a lot and, as a result, have ended up going on to do a little series of them. I haven’t had a chance to photograph them all yet as I’m considering composition etc. As soon as I have, I’ll upload them.

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May 21, 2009. cross stitch, pcstitch pro 9, portrait, x-stitch.

One Comment

  1. A "cheery" disposition replied:

    o i love. woody allen 🙂

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