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Old 09-07-2019, 10:46 PM   #11
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Default Re: Outlander tartans

Originally Posted by pancelticpiper View Post

All that stuff on the video (which is hard to watch due to the narrator mispronouncing things) about research into dyes etc is difficult to swallow. How could somebody do all that original research and end up with a tartan that's virtually identical to one already in production? It was obviously "inspired" (comped) from MacKay Weathered.

That's called the Art of Bullshitting ;) Can't have the clients thinking they can just do it all themselves.
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