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The art of learning digitizing designs is a special skill that takes time to learn and perfect. It takes experience to achieve efficiency in digitizing and embroidering designs in an aesthetic and accurate manner, and here are five main principles that should be followed for the best results. These same principles can be applied while learning the techniques of thread selection, at the time of editing designs changing colors or choosing a right color, so these principles help in giving different ideas and it also helps in thread selection. The details of these principals are as follows:
Detail: Delicate balance is required to level the details of the design, feasting on the details is what our eyes loves to do, but it may create fatigue if you put a lot of pressure on it. So, in order to avoid this you need to educate your own eye which helps in examining the designs closely. However you can use different types of resources apart from embroidery designs which include rugs, wall paper, botanical prints, architectural elements, carved wood and fabric. Study closely how the details accents and advances the design, without creating disturbance to the main element.
Rhythm: it is important to catch the right movement. While blowing of flower in a breeze helps to capture movement, at the time of studying the angles of the objects help catch the right movement while digitizing the designs.
Value: The term generally refers to quilting that refers to relative shade of a color which goes from darkest to lightest. Try out quilter’s red value finder, which washes out the colors, can create confusion to any eye. As the eye will take a pause at the greatest contrast, so just be aware about place of the combination of “darkest dark to lightest light.” This combination should be closer towards the center, unless you are getting a target effect in the design. Even to get the proper balance in your design, this combination should not move towards the edge.
Contrast: Contrast can give pleasure to the eye if certain colors will be available in the embroidered design. Three primary colors are available; so to get the proper contrast, you need the main contrast between primary color and secondary color. You can choose equal parts of two adjacent primary colors to make the secondary color. Red, yellow and blue are the three primary colors. Orange (Combination of blue and yellow), green (combination of blue and yellow), and purple (combination of blue and red) are the secondary colors. To make your designs with either warm colors or cool colors, select the colors accordingly. To get the Contrast effect you need to add cool colors in your design, but make a note that warm colors always overwhelm cool colors. Warm colors give the feeling of sun, whereas cool colors give the feeling of cool places and shades. In the digitizing technique, choosing a right color combination does always matter, right color combination enhances the design. But if it goes wrong, no matter how good your design is, it does not bring out the required effects.
Lines and shapes: To get the static or flat effect in the design, allow the things to vary in it. Use of thicker and thinner lines in between straight lines helps to get the required effect. Try variation in shapes, like some of them should be smaller or some of them should be larger. You can choose oval, rectangular, square or irregular shapes. While using the shapes like triangular or equilateral, make sure you are using it properly, because they are ones which create holes and it will catch the eye attraction. Large designs can be complete with more details than the small ones, as it gets more places to cover and every corner. Proper balance between straight lines and curves will create the prefect and pleasing design.

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