[CREATE] Open Source Fashion Software Update
hintak at ghostscript.com
Sat Aug 21 14:24:25 PDT 2010
> On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Susan Spencer <susan.spencer at gmail.com>
> > I would like to say thank you to the open source
> graphics community.
> > I received much support, direction and advice to get
> this project started at
> > this year's LGM.
> > Since then, I've begun to learn Python, Inkscape, and
> implement SVG specs.
> > I would not have attempted this if I hadn't been at
> > Update:
> > 1. The basic women's bodice pattern blocks have been
> written. Pics posted
> > at: http://www.sew-brilliant.org/2010/08/20/front-bodice-block-done/
> > The Inkscape extension files are available from a link
> on this page.
> > Feedback welcome.
> > 2. The initial proof-of-concept that it can properly
> resize patterns to an
> > individual's measurements is a men's jacket from mid
> 19th century. Back
> > pattern piece is done. That leaves front &
> sleeve. Hopefully will it be sewn
> > up and worn at DragonCon by my stepson who asked me to
> do this. I will
> > definitely post pics.
> > 3. New name: TMTP project - (tau meta tau physica)
> > Further updates will not be posted on this list.
> > If interested, occasionally check out the blog/wiki
> > at http://www.sew-brilliant.org , and in a
> few weeks
> > on http://www.tmtp-project.org
> > Again, thanks to each of you in this extraordinary
> > - Susan
Glad to hear. BTW, I wrote to Till CC'ed Steve and you can see about finding an interesting large format pen-plotter/printer to put that work into some practical use!
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