Transcript of "how to compute colors in carpet design in paint program"
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HOW TO COMPUTE COLORS IN CARPET DESIGN IN PAINT PROGRAMCarpet design have many different colors. For simple carpet design as an example.... size 4 meters x 6meters with 7 different color on its simple design. What we need to know is how much the quantity ofcolors on each design. This problem alway go out when the order of carpet come to us. We need toknow the total area of each color on the design so we will know how much quantity of color yarn weneed to order for the production of this carpet.Using the new version of PAINT program, you can compute the area of each color on the carpet.OPEN PAINTiN THE PAINT WINDOW...you can see a white grille rectangle which you can adjust the size on the size inlength and width
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for example your size is 4 x 6....adjust the grille to 4 mts and 6 mts.PRESS COLLER ..... COLLER A PARTIR DE ....THEN CHOOSE YOUR DESIGN ON YOUR DOCUMENT ANDPRESS OUVRIR ( SORRY MY WINDOW IS IN FRENCH) or open.your image will go out on the paint window
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IF YOUR IMAGE DONT FIT THE 4 X 6 GRAPH ...SELECT IT AND ADJUST TO FIT IT TO THE 4 X 6GRAPH.....PRESS SELECTIONER AND SELECT ONLY YOUR IMAGE NOT THE GRAPH THEN ADJUST IT
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WHEN YOUR IMAGE IS ALREADY FIT TO THE SIZE ON YOUR GRAHP WHICH IS THE EXACT SIZE OF YOURCARPET DESIGN....OPEN POST DE TRAVAIL...OUTIL CAPTURE... AND CAPTURE ONLY THE IMAGE IN THEPAINT WITH GRAPH WHICH IS THE SIZE OF 4 X 6 MTS.
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SAVE IT.. AND PRINT....THE IMAGE IS NOW READY FOR THE COMPUTATION OF COLOR.40 SQUARES IN 4 METERS AND 60 SQUARE IN 6 METERS. ONE SQUARE IS .10 X .10 CM .....COUNT ONEBY ONE EACH COLOR BY SQUARE.EXAMPLE FOR WHITE TOTAL IS 554 SQUARES.10 X .10 = .01 x 554 = 5.54 sq.mts for whitecontinue counting each square for one color until you know all the total area of each color.make total of all the area of each color and check it to the area of 4 x 6 which is 24 sq.mts.your total area will be bigger in than the original area because when you are counting colors some colorare not in all square , some are half just use you your imagination and count them like square half + HALFOR SMALL COLOR + TOGETHER TO COMPLETE A SQUARE TO COUNT AS ONE. USE YOU OWNDISGRESSION.SOME PEOPLE USE SCALE AND DRAW A GRAPH ON THE DESIGN....IN PAINT JUST FIT TO THE SIZE ANDPRINT..THEN YOUR READY TO COUNT THE COLORS.....AFTER THAT MULTIPLY BY THE QUALITY OF CARPETAND YOU WILL HAVE THE RESULT IN KILOS OF YARN YOU NEED FOR THE PRODUCTION....DONT FORGETTO ADD ALLOWANSE TO EACH KILOS TO AVOID SHORTAGE IN THE TUFTING PROCESS.Efren TevesCARPET DESIGNER/painterwebsite. www.fineartsamerica look for artist efren teveswww.zhibit.org look for efren teves carpet floral designif you have any comment email me at.....EMAIL ...foyokane@gmail.com
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SAVE IT.. AND PRINT....THE IMAGE IS NOW READY FOR THE COMPUTATION OF COLOR.40 SQUARES IN 4 METERS AND 60 SQUARE IN 6 METERS. ONE SQUARE IS .10 X .10 CM .....COUNT ONEBY ONE EACH COLOR BY SQUARE.EXAMPLE FOR WHITE TOTAL IS 554 SQUARES.10 X .10 = .01 x 554 = 5.54 sq.mts for whitecontinue counting each square for one color until you know all the total area of each color.make total of all the area of each color and check it to the area of 4 x 6 which is 24 sq.mts.your total area will be bigger in than the original area because when you are counting colors some colorare not in all square , some are half just use you your imagination and count them like square half + HALFOR SMALL COLOR + TOGETHER TO COMPLETE A SQUARE TO COUNT AS ONE. USE YOU OWNDISGRESSION.SOME PEOPLE USE SCALE AND DRAW A GRAPH ON THE DESIGN....IN PAINT JUST FIT TO THE SIZE ANDPRINT..THEN YOUR READY TO COUNT THE COLORS.....AFTER THAT MULTIPLY BY THE QUALITY OF CARPETAND YOU WILL HAVE THE RESULT IN KILOS OF YARN YOU NEED FOR THE PRODUCTION....DONT FORGETTO ADD ALLOWANSE TO EACH KILOS TO AVOID SHORTAGE IN THE TUFTING PROCESS.Efren TevesCARPET DESIGNER/painterwebsite. www.fineartsamerica look for artist efren teveswww.zhibit.org look for efren teves carpet floral designif you have any comment email me at.....EMAIL ...foyokane@gmail.com
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