Making A Bird Pattern With Photoshop

Here’s a 3 part video tutorial from Scroll Saw Goodies as Chris (aka Messman) takes a bird photograph and converts it into a scroll saw pattern.  Armed with Adobe Photoshop, you can create your own scroll saw patterns using these techniques.

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2 Responses to “Making A Bird Pattern With Photoshop”

  1. Charles Lizyness on January 20th, 2011 2:33 pm

    Chris, I have been scroll sawing for 5 or 6 years, earnestly for the last two. I throughly enjoyed your tutorial in “Making a Bird Pattern”. I have been making my own using “Coyote” and have been fustrated. I have cut several patterns designed by Jeff Zaffino, Sue Mey, Mike Williams, etc. and have cut 60 or more designs. I am wanting to get a program to better design my patterns. When I go to Office Depot or look on the internet I see several versions of Photoshop such as Photoshop Elements, and others with “4″ , “5″ or “7″. This confuses me. If I want to use photoshop, exactlly what program am I looling for? Or is it a combinations of Photoshop programs? Any help you can give will be appreciated!. Charles

  2. Travis on January 20th, 2011 3:01 pm

    Your best bet is to use GIMP to create your scroll saw patterns. The program is free and there’s a free tutorial on how to use GIMP to make scrollsaw patterns at:
    http://www.scrollsawvillage.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1303

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