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Well, the upper part of the body (to be more specific, the torso) is not proportional to the rest of the body. That's what's beet bothering me a little about the image. Also, the arms appear to be a little small. image source The proportions used in figure drawing are: An average person, is generally 7-and-a-half heads tall (including the head). An ...


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It looks to me like the breast is extending directly out from the bottom of the neck and this looks a bit un-natural for a woman. As seen in the image provided by Alin, there is a subtle collarbone and upper chest surface area extending from the neck before breasts. Also I think the neck might be just a little too short in your photoshop.


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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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There are quite a few ways you could do this. I'd probably do it this way: Duplicate the background texture Copy it to clipboard Select > All or Cmd+A Edit > Copy or Cmd+C Create an empty Layer mask. Layer > Layer mask > Reveal all. Alt+Left click the Layer mask thumbnail This lets you see what's inside the Layer mask, which is just ...


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Using Advanced Blending Modes change the Knockout to either Shallow or Deep, either will work in this case and then drop your opacity:


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File > Scripts > Load Files into Stack One dialog to set.. then sit back and let Photoshop work. This will open a new document and place all the images as layers... but you can then easily move the layers to another document if needed when the operation is complete.


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Separate the background light from the subject light Use a green background (green screen) Make sure the green light reflected does not spill on the subject In post production, select the green background If you need to work with existing photographs with attributes you are describing, your options are what you are doing, combined with quick select tool ...


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There's all sorts of incompatibility when opening any file in any older program. If all you're trying to do is merge/flatten layers. I would just do it in CC. I don't think you will find another straight forward answer. Things get weird when you try and use 4 year old software.


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Adobe Indesign has the features of importing a .psd file. You can create a single page document in InDesign and import the PSD there and then 'Export' or 'Save As' the .indd (InDesign document) in form of a pdf. Advantages are that InDesign provides a lot of ways to compress and store the PDFs.


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The easiest way I can think of is holding cmd while left clicking the bigger layer, and afterwards press C to crop to the selected area. This should make the canvas the same size as the selected layer.


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I would suggest you leave the mockup as-is and find a web developer to turn the mockup into a functioning website. There isn't much need for you to turn an almost completed design back into a Photoshop editable file if you're just trying to make a few tweaks. A mockup is not a completed project, you use this as a reference to gauge the overall design. So if ...


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I found an answer that will disappoint you.. It looks like there is no way to append layer styles in an action. Source: Reddit - How to Automate a change to a single layer style


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You should use a mask, see Adobe's quick overview on mask layers here: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/masking-layers.html Basically you use the selection of the text layer to 'mask' or hide parts of the star background. This mask can be modified later and it helps if you want to change the black background eventually. I made this quickly to show ...


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You have two basic options: You can double click on the layer in Layer tab -> Layer style -> Color Overlay or You can change the color if you select your shape layer and up there you will see the shape tollbar. Fill option sets the color of the shape. Hope it helps.


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Place your art on a layer above a layer containing your paper image. Adjust blending modes and opacity to your liking.


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Not knowing how you are drawing the rectangles here is what I will suggest: Where you want the first rectangle, create a selection with rectangular marquee tool While the selection is still active, drag guides from the left and from the top to snap to the edges of the selection, you should have four guides intersecting at four corners of the selection Now, ...



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