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Which version of Adobe Illustrator are you using? Try this and see if it works for you. Create a rectangle with a gradient e.g. like this: (Remember, the first swatch in the gradient should have the same value as the last one.) Now create a circle with a two-color radial gradient. With the circle selected go to Object=Expand... Select these options: ...


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You may need to use scripting to create the pattern exactly. Both Sketch and Illustrator can be controlled via scripts You can find the formula and some sample rendering at Wolfram Alpha. If you pay for the pro subscription, you can also directly download the tiling bit of the pattern in multiple formats. Not really a complete answer, but hopefully this'll ...


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After looking at the tutorial, it looks like he is using the Curvature Handles. This feature was added in Illustrator CC. By adjusting anchor points and handles in CS6, you can create the same effect, but it will require some more effort. You can refer to this page of the Adobe website to help you.


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Any solid web developer can take any design and develop it for Bootstrap. That said, it makes it easier when you take some considerations. The typical "grid" (Bootstrap or Foundation) is based on 12 columns. If you create your design to have 12 columns that will help break things down. Remember that the smaller the size, the smaller the pixel widths ...


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When you import, through the import window select the .ai file and under "Import As" select "Composition-Retain Layer Sizes" That will make the bounding box the size of the layer as opposed to the artboard.


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Rather than outlining text, it would be better to keep it editable. This way you have a little control if you decide to change the font, font weight, etc. I think the best way to achieve this result is to: Separately type all 4 lines of text. Then align using guides. Draw a square that covers BEST. Draw a square the size of the art board, centre align the ...


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TBH, there's no simple way to answer this unless you really understand the printing process. I don't know how much or how little you know, but being that you asked the question I will break it down. Here goes. The Pantone colors you see on your computer only emulate what will actually print once the ink hits the paper. Each PMS color you chose create what's ...


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When printing from Illustrator, you don't need to do that. Just select "Tile Full Pages" in scaling and Illustrator will do that for you: If you can't print from Illustrator, try printing to postscript file or PDF.


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The same way you get any other character into the layer name: you type it. And, as with any other text, if you cannot literally type a certain character, you can always copy it from somewhere else and paste it into the name.


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Ideally you would deliver this artwork to the printer as a vector shape in a PDF. But if you have to deliver as JPEG, there are a few ways to increase quality: 1) make sure that when you export the JPEG, the quality slider is at 100% 2) set the JPEG background color to the dominant color in your artwork 3) go higher than 300 dpi — give them a 600, 1200, ...


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I recreated it in Illustrator CC. Using the direct selection tool, I selected the triangle, held shift, and selected two points. In my version, an icon then appeared on the inside of the triangle next to the selected corners, which I clicked and dragged the icons to the side and it created the same shape. I believe you might have to use the polygon tool to ...



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