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1) Use a Black & White adjustment layer. 2) Use a Photo Filter adjustment layer. I used a custom purple #6c118e. I made the intensity 95% and the opacity 98% (really just messing with the sliders) 3) Added a levels adjustment layer to brighten the image. I just moved the white point slider to the left, towards the middle. 4) Added overall saturation ...
To obtain a similar result I desaturated the image to grayscale Applied the bucket paint tool in multiply blend mode using a purple color.
There are a few techniques I know of for extracting this information from an image. What the Font What the font allows you to upload an image of your text and it tries to match the characters to a font. I recommend cropping your image down to just the text before uploading for best results. Project Naptha Project Naptha is a Chrome extension which OCR's ...
For Transparent Noise Create a new layer with the desired left over noise color you want. Add a mask to the layer in step 1. Go to: Filter -> Noise -> Add Noise. Select the desired amount of noise and click "OK". Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the final amount of transparent noise is desired. (Optional) Select your layer from step 1 and apply an opacity, to ...
Assuming you added the bevel/emboss yourself, I'm pretty sure this is Calisto.
Late to the party as usual. You could also simply use a gradient map adjustment layer with black and violet (as sampled from the right side of your image) for your two colors.
You are on the right way, you just have to add one more step.
There are a few options here. I'll list what I usually do below: If I am looking to create a new icon that matches the set, first thing I'll do it open illustrator to see if I can grab different parts of the original icons in the set to create a new icon. This works fairly well because I know that the weights and structure will be consistent and will look ...
This is a bug in Fireworks. What happens is that the vector points are positioned differently inside the pixels after the modification. It happens on rotating and sometimes on pasting. Try snapping points to pixel after you rotate or modify your shape: Mainmenu > Modify > Snap to pixel or one of the options on the Path panel Alter paths > Snap to ...
Go to: Edit > Preferences > General > and check the box that says "Resize Image During Place" Then when you place an image, it will fit it to your canvas.
Luckily, because your image is black and white you can use it as a mask. Invert the image to make the lines white (Filters / Adjust Color / Invert) Copy it. Make a rectangle with the colour you want. Click the Add Mask button in the Layers panel. Paste the image in. Now you can make the canvas the colour you want, and even add a drop shadow or other ...
Is it possible you're working on a layer that's set to be shared across states?
Based on what you've described, you could try one of the following things: Use a Mask Use a mask in Fireworks to hide the top and/or bottom of your image Draw a rectangle the exact size of hole in the template Edit > Cut to put the rectangle into your clipboard Select your mockup image Edit > Paste as Mask to mask your image Scale to fit vertically ...
It sounds like you're using a retina display to view/work on. In the browser it's scaling your fonts where Fireworks is not. Designing at double the size of the file would be a start, though that means 24px fonts are 44px and 100x100 squares are 200x200 as an example. Also, why not try using Sketch.app? It's only $99 w/o subscription. Or Affinity Designer ...
I think the file you are looking for can be found here: ~/Library/Preferences/Adobe Fireworks CS6/en/Fireworks CS6 Preferences Note Fireworks must be closed prior to editing it. Also note that 10000 appears to be the hard limit for MaxDocSizeInPixels.
InDesign would be your greatest solution. It is a program focused on typography and meant to make ready-for-print output. In InDesign, you will create "rules" when you begin laying out your document which will define a structure upon which you can build. InDesign will allow you to easily create rectangles, squares, etc. much like you can do in Photoshop. ...
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