Process: Fatimoda

I’m working on a logo/image for the fashion designer, Fatimoda.

I drew a portrait of her and used designs from the fabrics in her collection, as well as actual photos of fabrics in the collection to compose her facial features.

I used Photoshop to make this animation in the Timeline, which I thought was saving the individual frames of the animation as unique images I could reference later.  This has worked before.  I’ve relied on it before.  Alas, when I went back to the document, the animation wasn’t saved.  I’m going to have to go back and recreate the images.  Unless I saved it as a different document that I hid away somewhere.  This isn’t likely, but it’s not impossible.  I’ve recreated one so far:

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I swear I’m trying to make my life and the lives of those around me easier and not more difficult.  Sometimes it looks and feels like otherwise.

I’ve worked with Fatima and her fabric patterns before:

fatimod backs animation still yellow w

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I have the red one animated  Check it out!

Hmmmmm this must have been before I was as diligent with watermarking my art.

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