How do we create perfect shading in the Online embroidery Digitizing?
Basically there is difference between these two words "Blending." And "Shading." These two words are mostly interchanged. Therefore, colors can be blended without shading. But, the object cannot be shaded without blending the colors. Just as blending, the shading too involves moving from one color to the other one. Meaning that the use of a color wheel is required. It is not possible to put a stitch on the top of another stitch. However, when it placed on the top of one each other, the two groups of fill stitches which are going in the same direction will blend. However blending the dark to light gives the objects depth and realism. When shading objects, our online embroidery digitizers use darker colors around the outside and lighter colors in the center. Because, the lighter colors comes forward and the darker colors recede. The very dark cokours-examples, black- are seen at the edge of the design while the very light colors are seen to be dancing in the center. That is because the dark colors at the edge provide your design an outline, making it stand out on the fabric. In between the edge and the very center, the colors used are called halftones -mixtures of both dark and light colors. Also, a slight difference is seen in the amount of dark colors at the top of the design and on the bottom. This is noticed when the light hits the object. To get this same effect with thread, the light colors and dark colors must blend while adding a third color to show gradual transition. The use of light density fill is very much useful for the purpose of blending. It lightens the density to one third of the value. its main work in online embroidery digitizing Remember that this art is governed by physics. Artistic principles and combined to give a perfect blending and shading.