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How to Design Your Own Custom Hoodie

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We know how much you guys and gals love a good tutorial! We just launched our new Hoodie Templates and they are amazing. I decided to sit down and design a hoodie and to write a tutorial in celebration.

You should know right from the start that there is a lot to digest here. This is a long tutorial and will demonstrate some advanced skills. Along the way you’ll not only learn how to create a detailed illustration, but also how to create professional hoodie mock ups with Go Media’s Hoodie Design Pack.

Here’s what we’re gonna make:

IN THIS POST

1. Creating a Custom Hoodie Design
2. Mocking it up
3. More mockup examples
4. Hoodie Design Pack feature tour

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

1. Something to sketch with
2. Scanner
3. Adobe Photoshop
4. Wacom Tablet
5. Go Media Hoodie Design Pack
6. A cup of coffee

So, first things first:

CREATING YOUR CUSTOM HOODIE DESIGN

 

We’re making a super custom illustrated hoodie design, right? The best place to start with a project like this is the sketchbook. For some inspiration check out my colleague’s sketchbook. You should start sketching something that you’re really interested in. Personally, I love tentacle looking things and couldn’t get the word “bogus” out of my head…so a bogus octopus was born. I did this one really quick (about 15 minutes) but your mileage may vary.

I scanned the rough image from my sketchbook into Photoshop and busted out my handy dandy Wacom tablet.

sketch

I set up my file for 25” by 20” at 300 dpi in CMYK, then pressed ctrl+alt+shift+n to create a new layer and began to draw over my sketch.

initial settings

We always get questions about what kind of brush settings we use when drawing with a Wacom. These are the exact settings I used.

pen settings

pen settings2

Remember how quickly I sketched the octopus? It’s just a starting point, because as you can see I don’t always stick to the original sketch. As I am working I just let the drawing dictate where things should lie.

If you aren’t comfortable with this, you can just add all the detail that you want to your initial sketch and try to follow it a little more closely inside Photoshop.

outlines1

In this next shot you can see how the drawing is growing beyond the boundaries of the original sketch. It’s starting to shape up! Take a look at your own design right now and start to revise it until you’re happy. We’ll be moving on to adding details in just a minute.

outline2

After I had my rough outline at a satisfactory point, I then went back through the drawing and added detail to make the little guy come to life a bit more. For me, it usually just involves thickening up outlines to simulate depth and adding texture to the rough outline. In this particular image, it mostly involved making wrinkles and adding splashes of ooze.

These next few shots are really important. As Bill expertly explained in his “How to Become a Master Designer” series, one of the secrets to depth is varying line weight. Take note of how this looks and try to add a little depth to your own design.

lineweight

Okay! Looks like all my linework is complete. Now let’s bring it to life with some color.

outline3

Adding Color

Once I was finished with the outline of the drawing, I went back and began to add color. I started by laying down the base color of the octopus. For this drawing I chose a nice bluish green color.

Here’s how I set up my new Octopus layer:

  • Use the magic wand to select all the white area around your black outline and all the other spots where you don’t want the octopus color to be.
  • Then use select inverse and create a new layer.
  • Use the bucket tool and fill the new layer with the color you chose.

color1

Then I selected a slightly darker hue and added shadows to create even more depth and dimension.

shadows

I followed the creases and folds of the tentacles with my Wacom pen keeping in mind which parts I want to pop forward and which I want to recede into the background. Always try to think of where the light would be hitting the different areas.

shadows2

I wanted the octopus to look really wet and shiny, so I added heavy white highlights throughout the illustration to simulate a glossy surface. Again, just follow the creases and folds keeping in mind how the light would hit the various parts. Also keep your Wacom pen strokes somewhat loose and free flowing.

color3

highlights

I then chose other colors that complimented the design and I used them to add the final details to the octopus. FYI: I always keep my colors on separate layers. It makes it much easier to edit them without having to destroy the whole drawing if you decide to change something.

colordetail

For the background of the illustration, I created a free form splatter shape that echoed the shapes of the ooze splatters. I duplicated the shape and used a bitmap to create a halftone image. I then used hue shift to change the color to a purple hue.

background3
background 2
background1

The final illustration looks a little something like this…

fullfinal

Making the Repeating Pattern

I really liked the way the tentacle/intestine shapes were looking so I decided to make a repeating pattern from them to use as a background texture/all over print.

To begin with, I created a file at 1800 x 1800 pixels. I then copied portions of my black outline layer from the octopus illustration into the new file.

offset

After I had arranged the tentacles into a design I was satisfied with, I used the offset filter to make the pattern repeat. I did this by offsetting the image by half of each of my dimensions, so 900 pixels in width and 900 pixels in length. You will notice at this stage there is a noticeable area in the center where the lines are crazy and don’t match up – don’t freak out – we’re gonna fix this.

refineoffset

So, I erased all the weird seams and began to re-connect the tentacles with my Wacom Pen. Go back and redraw, erase, and repeat. There are a lot of lines to clean up, but the most important thing is that you should not change any of the lines on the outer edge of your design or your pattern will not repeat correctly.

repeating pattern

Once you get it to a point where you think everything looks good, double check to make sure the pattern aligns correctly in all directions. If it does, congratulations, you just made a repeating pattern…not so hard, huh?

MOCKING IT UP

Now if a client asked for a hoodie design – she might not be too impressed if I show her just the flat illustration. She asked for a HOODIE, so that’s what we’re going to give her. Enter the hoodie templates.

hoodytemplate

I begin by dragging my artwork onto the “whole hoodie” layer to size it and get it positioned where I want it. Once you get it where you want, the joy of the hoodie template comes into play. The design already looks pretty darn real because it’s automatically shaded by the ‘Shadows’ & ‘Highlights’ layers.

For this design I only want the print to appear on the front and the pockets of the hoodie. However, if you want some custom pockets or cuffs – it’s really easy. Adam Wagner has painstakingly masked off the various parts of the hoodie at nearly every seam, so you can do some really custom things with the design.

Anyway, for my particular design, I opened the folders for the “Chest” and “Pocket” Layers and pasted the design onto the “Left Chest”,” Right Chest”, “Left Pocket” and “Right Pocket” Layers.

chestdesign

Now that I have my design in place, let’s move on to coloring the hoodie. I am a huge fan of reversible hoodies (two looks for one price baby!), so we’re to mock this up as one.

I began with the outside color of the hoody. I’m on a big purple kick right now so I am going with a vibrant dark purple color. I selected the folder named “Colors” and I use hue shift to adjust one of the color layers until the hoody is the right color of purple.

hoodycolor

On the inside, I used a green that is similar to the green of the ooze in the design. I sampled the green from the ooze with the eyedropper tool and then filled all three of the “liner fill” layers with the fill bucket tool.

hoodycolorinside

The last thing I did was add the seamless pattern to the whole hoodie. For the outside I gave the pattern a light purple color, and for the liner I gave it a light green color. Presto – done.

alloverpattern

Here’s the final design and hoodie mock. Phew – we made it! If all of this was a bit difficult for you, give it time & keep reading. I’m going to show you some really quick shortcuts to get you started in the next couple of sections.

mockfinal

MORE MOCK UP EXAMPLES

 

I’m pretty happy with the final result, but let’s take a look at what the design would look like on a couple of different hoodies. I really like the way this next one shows the inside of the liner. Gotta love reversible hoodies.
hoodie-mockup-photoshop
Here’s one more in a standard flat view.
blog-mockup-31

HOODIE DESIGN PACK FEATURE TOUR

 

Alright. This post is getting kind of long, but I really want to explain the Hoodie Design Pack a bit more. There’s a ton of included treats & functionality. Let’s see what’s under the hood.

1. The Templates

template-layersOk, so here is the meat & potatoes of the design pack. It includes 10 Hoodie templates in PSD format. Each Hoodie has masks & layers for nearly every single seam on the hoodie. Each seam has the following layers which make it really easy to experiment with many design possibilities.

1. The shape layer (this acts as the mask)
2.
Fill Layer
3.
Pattern Layer (more on this in a minute)
4.
Art Layer.

To the left you can see all the seams that we’ve already masked out for you.

These layers make it a snap to mockup complicated designs that need to look real. For example, you can realistically mockup diagonal stripes on each of the pockets, or give your design dark cuffs. Besides all these layers, you’ll notice lots little details, like how the tag & drawstrings are separated for some extra realism.

The Colors Group has eight preset base colors, and you can of course fill any of these layers for any base color you choose.

2. The Textile Patterns

pattern_preview1The Hoodie Design Pack also includes 93 Seamless Textile Patterns for quick experimentation with the templates. Think of these as “presets” to start stimulating design ideas & options.

Textile Patterns include:

  • Herringbone
  • Houndstooth
  • Zebra, leopard & crackle print
  • Plaid & Argyle
  • Shearling

The hoodie mockups below were created in a few clicks using a few of the included patterns. Cool!
more-mockup-examples1

THAT’S IT!

Phew! We went from sketch to scan to final Illustration to mock up. Then we went ahead and explored the Hoodie Design Pack in a little more detail. I think that’s enough for this time! I hope you ended up with a killer illustration and had fun playing around with the templates.

Discussion

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  • Josh

    Cool stuff, thanks!

  • Josh

    Cool stuff, thanks!

  • http://www.battlemedialab.com Joe

    Nice tut! :)

  • http://www.battlemedialab.com Joe

    Nice tut! :)

  • http://www.williambiwer.com Bill Biwer

    Really nice work on the Hoodie templates, the detail and customization is amazing.

  • http://www.williambiwer.com Bill Biwer

    Really nice work on the Hoodie templates, the detail and customization is amazing.

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  • http://easyillustrator.blogspot.com Dan Long

    This tutorial is totally awesome! Your site is always great at giving clear and precise instructions. Thanx for the templates, they are the best I’ve ever seen!!!

  • http://easyillustrator.blogspot.com Dan Long

    This tutorial is totally awesome! Your site is always great at giving clear and precise instructions. Thanx for the templates, they are the best I’ve ever seen!!!

  • http://www.designshard.com Max

    I dont design t-shirts etc but this is great!

  • http://www.designshard.com Max

    I dont design t-shirts etc but this is great!

  • http://gomedia.us Wilson

    DUDE! I would totally rock every single hoodie you could design with the mockup tool patterns alone! Why the heck can’t I buy a neon hounds tooth hoodie at the mall?!!

  • http://gomedia.us Wilson

    DUDE! I would totally rock every single hoodie you could design with the mockup tool patterns alone! Why the heck can’t I buy a neon hounds tooth hoodie at the mall?!!

  • Airgasm

    You’d mock up of the octopuc with the open hoodie isn’t 100% perfect, if it was zipped up it would look awfully weird.

    Just being a picky is all.

    Good tutorial though!!

  • Airgasm

    You’d mock up of the octopuc with the open hoodie isn’t 100% perfect, if it was zipped up it would look awfully weird.

    Just being a picky is all.

    Good tutorial though!!

  • Airgasm

    and apparently I can’t type today… oops!

  • Airgasm

    and apparently I can’t type today… oops!

  • MoAmyot

    Holy shit, this tutorial deliiiiivers.

  • MoAmyot

    Holy shit, this tutorial deliiiiivers.

  • 3kin

    to Airgasm : it’s zipped in the photo or maybe I don’t understand what you’re saying.

    and….not being a printer, could this design realistically be printed on an actual hoodie?

  • 3kin

    to Airgasm : it’s zipped in the photo or maybe I don’t understand what you’re saying.

    and….not being a printer, could this design realistically be printed on an actual hoodie?

  • Craig Farrall

    Wow, this tutorial is amazing, I have learnt so much, I am website designer, but if truth be told, I really want to get into the clothes making industry, and this tutorial is perfect for helping me start, are you looking for any apprentices at your place ;)

  • http://chopperdesigns.blogspot.com Chopper|ChopperDesigns

    great tutorial its really helpful

  • http://chopperdesigns.blogspot.com Chopper|ChopperDesigns

    great tutorial its really helpful

  • Levi

    Amazing. Going to buy the Hoodie pack. So how about a quick rundown of how you’d go about getting one of these crazy custom hoodies printed/manufactured?

  • Levi

    Amazing. Going to buy the Hoodie pack. So how about a quick rundown of how you’d go about getting one of these crazy custom hoodies printed/manufactured?

  • http://www.gomedia.us Adam Law

    @3kin

    This would be something that a good printer would be able to assemble/print…We have had a couple of custom hoodie companies seek us out for work with the capabilities to make and print a similar hoodie. The all over prints would have to be printed on fabric first then assembled into the hoody before the design could be printed on the front.

  • http://www.gomedia.us Adam Law

    @3kin

    This would be something that a good printer would be able to assemble/print…We have had a couple of custom hoodie companies seek us out for work with the capabilities to make and print a similar hoodie. The all over prints would have to be printed on fabric first then assembled into the hoody before the design could be printed on the front.

  • http://flickr.com/stewartphoto Jenny Stewart

    Wonderfully detailed tutorial! Really a delight to read and learn from. Thanks!

  • http://flickr.com/stewartphoto Jenny Stewart

    Wonderfully detailed tutorial! Really a delight to read and learn from. Thanks!

  • Anonymous

    great tutorial!

  • http://tiffanyforrester.blogspot.com Tiffany

    great tutorial!

  • Craig Farrall

    Wow, this tutorial is amazing, I have learnt so much, I am website designer, but if truth be told, I really want to get into the clothes making industry, and this tutorial is perfect for helping me start, are you looking for any apprentices at your place ;)

  • http://twitter.com/adellecharles/statuses/1062112777 adellecharles (adelle)

    How to Design Your Own Custom Hoodie http://tinyurl.com/68zn35

  • http://twitter.com/alexsinov/statuses/1062273131 alexsinov (Alex Sinov)

    Design a custom, photorealistic hoodie: http://tinyurl.com/68zn35

  • Stephen

    FANTASTIC- honestly, really great tutorial! Love the process and openness of how your brain worked when creating this. I especially love how you created a repeating pattern out of the tentacles- that was the cherry on top for me.

    I do have a question though- how would you present this to hoodie printer for production? I’m just curious because I’ve never had to submit files for a piece like this that has a repeating pattern all over it. Thanks for the help in advance!

  • http://www.mrkuzio.com/ Mr Kuzio

    Ok, I admit it: this tutorial is the best that I ever seen.

    Good job guys.

  • http://www.mrkuzio.com/ Mr Kuzio

    Ok, I admit it: this tutorial is the best that I ever seen.

    Good job guys.

  • Stephen

    FANTASTIC- honestly, really great tutorial! Love the process and openness of how your brain worked when creating this. I especially love how you created a repeating pattern out of the tentacles- that was the cherry on top for me.

    I do have a question though- how would you present this to hoodie printer for production? I’m just curious because I’ve never had to submit files for a piece like this that has a repeating pattern all over it. Thanks for the help in advance!

  • Marcos cortes(Dominican Republ

    So awesome ,so awesome there’s no words to say…

  • Marcos cortes(Dominican Republic)

    So awesome ,so awesome there’s no words to say…

  • http://www.preeminentproductions.com/blog Anthony Myers

    Over and above the call of duty! What an awesome template. Thanks for all the work that went into this.

  • http://www.preeminentproductions.com/blog Anthony Myers

    Over and above the call of duty! What an awesome template. Thanks for all the work that went into this.

  • http://www.avangelistphotography.com Avangelist

    Interesting to see how you set up your wacom with 0% pen pressure.

    Does that mean that when you are describing the use of thickening lines to create distance that you adjust your brush size?

  • http://www.avangelistphotography.com Avangelist

    Interesting to see how you set up your wacom with 0% pen pressure.

    Does that mean that when you are describing the use of thickening lines to create distance that you adjust your brush size?

  • maxdoming

    awesome tutorial and pack, ill definitely be purchasing this once the next paycheck rolls in.

  • maxdoming

    awesome tutorial and pack, ill definitely be purchasing this once the next paycheck rolls in.

  • http://www.grandmasterb.com GrandmasterB

    Speechless…utterly speechless.

    Probably the single most informational tutorial that I’ve ever read. Great work.

    …okay, I guess I wasn’t speechless.

  • http://www.grandmasterb.com GrandmasterB

    Speechless…utterly speechless.

    Probably the single most informational tutorial that I’ve ever read. Great work.

    …okay, I guess I wasn’t speechless.

  • http://www.gomedia.us Adam Law

    @ Avangelist

    When you set the control to pen pressure you don’t have to use the slider in that menu. The pressure you use with the wacom pen determines the thickness of the line. However, it has its limits, so you do have to change the brush size to get the really really thick lines.

  • http://www.gomedia.us Adam Law

    @ Avangelist

    When you set the control to pen pressure you don’t have to use the slider in that menu. The pressure you use with the wacom pen determines the thickness of the line. However, it has its limits, so you do have to change the brush size to get the really really thick lines.

  • ndough

    thanks Adam this is a great tutorial, i am gonna check it out when my account

  • ndough

    thanks Adam this is a great tutorial, i am gonna check it out when my account

  • ndough

    get roll and purchase the hoodie template

  • ndough

    get roll and purchase the hoodie template

  • http://tendou86.blogspot.com/ Takumi86

    The Final Result is great but doing this is not easy as you think, it require really a high skill pro of photoshop. But really this is great idea to build your niche and sell your product onto the market

  • http://tendou86.blogspot.com/ Takumi86

    The Final Result is great but doing this is not easy as you think, it require really a high skill pro of photoshop. But really this is great idea to build your niche and sell your product onto the market

  • http://www.avangelistphotography.com Avangelist

    Thanks for the response Adam much appreciated, I have never fully understood the pressure concept mixed with brush sizes.

    Think I get a better idea of what is happening now though cheers!

  • http://www.avangelistphotography.com Avangelist

    Thanks for the response Adam much appreciated, I have never fully understood the pressure concept mixed with brush sizes.

    Think I get a better idea of what is happening now though cheers!

  • laney

    after you create the design how would you get it printed onto clothing??

  • laney

    after you create the design how would you get it printed onto clothing??

  • http://www.minervity.com Richard Andersson

    Awesome! Simply inspiring! MORE! So addicting!

  • http://www.minervity.com Richard Andersson

    Awesome! Simply inspiring! MORE! So addicting!

  • http://twitter.com/remcorporation/statuses/1083163330 remcorporation (Remcorporation

    RADD ALERT: LEARN 2 make Yer own HOOD-E! ( http://tinyurl.com/68zn35 )

  • Anonymous

    This tut is sooooo awesome. What a great result!

  • http://tiffanyforrester.blogspot.com Tiffany

    This tut is sooooo awesome. What a great result!

  • http://twitter.com/adamlaw/statuses/1088446473 adamlaw (adamlaw)

    Check out the latest blog post http://tinyurl.com/68zn35

  • 01Binary

    Hi guys, great tutoria,l it’s amazing, i’ve bought Advanced Hoodie Design Package and they works fine…
    When is next hoodie without zip?
    Bye

  • 01Binary

    Hi guys, great tutoria,l it’s amazing, i’ve bought Advanced Hoodie Design Package and they works fine…
    When is next hoodie without zip?
    Bye

  • PRawson

    I’d really appreciate a tutorial on getting some custom printing done… or printing in general. I dream of designing something and having it printed custom, but have no idea how to do it.

  • PRawson

    I’d really appreciate a tutorial on getting some custom printing done… or printing in general. I dream of designing something and having it printed custom, but have no idea how to do it.

  • Steven

    I would consider buying this and the other apparel packs if I knew where I could send my files to get them printed, anyone know somewhere I can use?

  • Steven

    I would consider buying this and the other apparel packs if I knew where I could send my files to get them printed, anyone know somewhere I can use?

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  • http://myspace.com/sabra1only sabra

    hi my name is sabra nice tutorial okay after you do all that designing how do you have it physically made? i have alot of designs 112 precisely and don’t have aclue help!!!

  • http://myspace.com/sabra1only sabra

    hi my name is sabra nice tutorial okay after you do all that designing how do you have it physically made? i have alot of designs 112 precisely and don’t have aclue help!!!

  • http://www.CouponPhonics.com C.Whyte

    Nice work Adam… impressive design.

    Just like everyone else, I’m concerned with where in the world these designs could be sent to for manufacturing.

    Your site’s FAQ’s suggests using your friends at “Thunder-wear.com” but It seems that site’s not even up yet :0

    Any other suggestions? Recommendations?

  • http://www.CouponPhonics.com C.Whyte

    Nice work Adam… impressive design.

    Just like everyone else, I’m concerned with where in the world these designs could be sent to for manufacturing.

    Your site’s FAQ’s suggests using your friends at “Thunder-wear.com” but It seems that site’s not even up yet :0

    Any other suggestions? Recommendations?

  • http://www.michaeljcincotta.com MichaelC

    Beautiful work and thanks for the creative tips!

  • http://www.michaeljcincotta.com MichaelC

    Beautiful work and thanks for the creative tips!

  • Hoody

    Great tutorial. I know a little Photoshop, and this is certainly a good excuse to learn more how to use it properly.

  • Hoody

    Great tutorial. I know a little Photoshop, and this is certainly a good excuse to learn more how to use it properly.

  • Ryan

    Im ready to buy the one u designed !
    Can I buy one ?

  • Ryan

    Im ready to buy the one u designed !
    Can I buy one ?

  • Ryan

    Im ready to buy the one u designed !
    Can I buy one ?

  • Ike

    i have just started fiddling in photoshop as i am starting up a new clothing label , this tutorial is excellent and i really exciting.

    thanks for the awesome work

  • http://www.customclothingdesigner.com/ Design your own custom hoodies

    Very nice guide and great wok on the design packs! Thanks guys.

  • http://www.customclothingdesigner.com/ Design your own custom hoodies

    Very nice guide and great wok on the design packs! Thanks guys.

  • http://blog.bbarbaros.com/ Beyti

    It`s really wonderful. Now we learned how to design. But I think you have to give us some info about the companies that can produce these kind of hoodies. Right ?

  • http://blog.bbarbaros.com/ Beyti

    It`s really wonderful. Now we learned how to design. But I think you have to give us some info about the companies that can produce these kind of hoodies. Right ?

  • Kowtow

    futureshirts.com does them…quite expensive though.

  • http://www.sojones.com/urban-clothing/sergio-tacchini/ Sergio Tacchini

    That was so cool, designing your own hoodie it will so much fun and pretty awesome, personalize hoodie hmmmm I'm gonna start to think of the design I would love to have

  • Landon

    Would be even more believable with a displacement map to distort the design based upon the wrinkles in the fabric, instead of just letting the wrinkles show through. But still works either way.

  • http://www.digitalmaggot.com/ Arron

    this is spot on, a big thank you and well done!

  • xairikax

    I also want to buy this hoodie – is it for sale online somewhere?

  • krispywear

    This is by far the most detailed tutorial on designing a hoodie I've seen thus far,thanks,I'm geeked to try and make my own!!!!

  • Sim only

    Great great hoody guide!

  • iphone clone

    coooool~very useful

  • http://www.t2pu.bigcartel.com/ Lavarre Green

    Where can I get my own designs made on my hoodie?

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    I am website designer, but if truth be told, I really want to get into the clothes making industry, and this tutorial is perfect for helping me start, are you looking for any apprentices at your place ;)

  • mohammadaltafhusain

    nice

  • http://www.transferpod.com/ ipod to mac

    Designing your own hoodie is so cool, I'm gonna start to think of the design I would love to have. Thanks for posting the tutorial..

  • temparay walls nyc

    It's great! Hoodie designing with tutorial, I can learn it well.

  • robert

    whhhoohooo. amazing. but we the hell u'll get such a hoodie fabricated?

  • Garrett Friedley

    Seriously, give us a website to have our hoodies/t-shirts printed at. D:
    I could come up with so many amazing designs but I don't want to put forth the effort if I can't possibly get them printed out. D:

  • Matt

    Thanks for this nice work!
    dizi izle

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    thanks

    • film izle

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  • http://www.clippingimages.com/ Clippingimages

    cool one…nice looking hoodie …thanks for sharing..

  • http://www.saunaaa.com Infrared sauna

    Wow, sweet hoodie you wound up with in the end. May have to try my hand at one.

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    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the great work Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

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