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You can do this in Photoshop with custom brush you need to define (rectangle shape) and then play with the settings (remember that "roundness" in this case will be thickness of the shape. This is what you could get. In illustrator the easiest way (for me) would be do create few different patterns, fill objects with them, then expand and multiply and ...


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This cursor indicates that you are in "copy" mode which for example: if you hold the combination of keys like you did (ctrl+alt, while using brush tool) over any layer you will automatically copy it and grab it while you can move it around holding keys and releasing to place the copy wherever you want. Hope that helps.


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Yes. In photoshop from drop menu choose "save swatches for exchange", choose destination and name. Then in illustrator Open swatch library "other library" and point to *.ase file you created.


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No, that is not how printing with Pantone colors works. You can't simply select a Pantone color and use it as you would any other color as there is no way for the printer to know that it should be printed using a different ink, it will be separated to CMYK inks the same as everything else. If you open the Channels panel in Photoshop you will see channels ...


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There are only 3 options for Transparency Grid size in Photoshop: Small Medium Large They do not conform to a pixel standard like you're thinking of them. They transmute with the display size. For example set to large on a 50px by 50px image when viewing it very large on my display gets: Zoomed out without any other changes however gets us this: ...


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A bad news If you did not used separated channels for each ink, you need to do it again. If you are using layers you have no real pantone information, you just have a RGB file with colors "simmilar" to a pantone. My workflow I never send the Multichannel, but a composition on a PDF file. The way I prepare is puting a grayscale image, but converted into a ...


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JPG images can not store any transparency or clip info at all. You need to review what are you doing. JPG, PNG, PDF are output formats, this is, formats that other aplications will recognize, but try to stay with the native's aplication file formats as much as you can, in this case use PSD, because all Adobe aplications will, not only recognize it, but take ...


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I compiled a little tutorial for you. My Interface language is Polish, but I'll translate the commands to English version, so no worries! Using Pen Tool (hotkey: P), make a path around the object you wish to select. However, there are other other options of making selections, but this one is the most accurate, effective (and thus time-consuming), by far! ...


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Basically, no. The other program will not check for updates (and therefore will not update) until it is moved to the foreground. You can rapidly switch back and forth by using alt+tab twice (cmd+tab on Mac) as a fast way to see the changes without having to use the mouse.


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The easiest way to tackle this is using the lasso tool to trace the text and do a 'content aware' fill (edit - fill - content aware). Then brush over ugly edges with the same color and you're mostly good to go.


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Using the Pen Tool draw a path around the slider. Make sure the Pen tool is set to draw a path, not a shape layer or pixels. (or use the shape tools, or copy the paths from your existing shape layers. It doesn't really matter as long as you have a path to work with) To use your shape to hide the part of the image it covers instead of revealing that part of ...


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You can save swatches to Adobe CC library (See this link for a full introduction to using the CC Library). This library can save various assets but one of them being swatches which you can use on various Adobe programs. The swatches will sync whenever you make a change to the swatch. There are many ways to add swatches to a library. 1) Add assets from the ...


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They are most probably vector paths with manipulated transparency. You can create vector paths using Pen Tool (hotkey: P) then assign them proper fill (color or gradient) and then manipulate their transparency in the layers panel. EDIT: Create a vector path using Pen Tool (hotkey: P). Then right-click inside the path and choose "convert to selection". ...


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Make sure that the resolution on the destination file (PSD workspace in this case) matches the resolution on the original/source file. You can check the resolution by going to Image >> Image Size in the Photoshop Menu.


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Simple Answer.. Export your clipping path to .eps. open siad .eps in illustrator, then unmask it, seperating your image and path.


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You can transpose a pixels and data elements in a picture, but since the picture consists of pixels and not individual collections of pixels or vector shapes then the transpose would not look like your result. No the computer can not arbitrarily know what should be part of a cell and what should not be. However if you can define the cell sizes then a script ...


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Simply un-check Align with Layer in the gradient overlay options. Your gradient then isn't bound to the position or dimensions of the layer itself so you can crop or edit the layer without affecting the gradient. You can position and scale the gradient while the layer style dialog is still open by dragging the gradient in the document window and using the ...


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It seems to me that you'd like the grid to act as a pixel grid to align or proportion artwork to. The intention of the checkerboard is to quickly show what part of your artboard is transparent. Useful if you're trying to make a cutout, or ensure that all areas are filled with block colour. Can I suggest that the option to show the pixel grid might be more ...


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not sure if you can get your hands on C4D but you can duplicate the objects (like the pills) and then apply tags that make them fall and scatter naturally. then you can just freeze it and export a picture any size you wish.


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I assume you have Adobe Illustrator and can work with vectors. Go to www.freepik.com website and find similar banner graphic. You will find plenty of graphics that look like that (maybe different color). In Illustrator you can open the file edit text and save it as whatever you need. Hope that helps. You could also you Photoshop to either paint over the ...



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