What a wonderful job! You did great! Thanks for sharing your hard work.
Great job for your first digitizing, I whish I could do something like this, too!
Toll, ich kann das nicht
he's adorable :) I'm stilling working on the jump stitches and it's a pain. I work with customizer 2000. It's old but it's what i have for now and i hooked..lol Some designs are worth a few jumps and others i put in the trash..lol
What drives me cracy in digitizing is if the software tries to be smarter than I am. :c) Quite often I "fine-tune" a design, but if you rearange or scale some elements or rotate them, the software tries to "recalculate" what it considers to be best - even if it isn't, and you have to start optimizing all over again! Worst thing is a back-traced Satin-stitch with underlay where the "smart" software thinks you want to stitch the underlay after the Satin...
You did a good job then for a first, with different stitch directions and curved fill stitches, but you've come a long way since.
My very first design (in October 1999) was a logo. I have embroidered it on some 400 guest towels and hundreds of full size towels that were sold in a museum shop, still are, but I am totally fed up embroidering them. I hated jump stitches from the start and now am much better in getting rid of them.
I now see it's an old post.
Yes it was, comments were appreciated nevertheless. I had a comment in another project which linked to this, thus this old project came forward again.