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This is a problem with anything creative - the answer (alongside practice, practice, practice) is, at the stage where you are developing your idea, use whatever tool you're most comfortable with and don't worry about it being unpolished or imperfect. It's about getting the idea down quickly and painlessly into a form where you can look at it, appraise it, ...


(this is essentially a long structured comment) All of the software you mention can do this. It depends a bit on the situation. Its quite clear that if you are laying the images for print then InDesign and Illustrator are the tools for the job. You might need to adjust each individual picture in photoshop, however. Laying out for non print context I would ...


On the print options page, choose 'Page Setup' then change paper size to US Legal (14 X 8.5 inches). After, go back to 'Print Options', view the drop down menu under 'Scaling'. Choose 'Fit to Page'. There is no need to change margin sizes, this will automatically fit your content within the size of your art board, in this case, 14 X 8.5 inches.


If we assume that the sink is in silvery color (colorless), then you can colorize it by placing the object layer of the same shape as sink in preferred color above, and then just select multiply or overlay method of the blending mode. That is in short. If you provide us with more info, we can answer you a lot more. Hope this guidelines can help. P.S. You ...


as shown below make two boxes with the same color and with none stroke. Rotate box 180 degree until hiding box 1 at this point rotate box 1 while box 2 go to its original place as a mask. lets say its box 3 that mask box 1 while rotation.


you can eyeball it fairly accurately... make a guide line along the long side of the purple rectangle's center (it might be easier to do it while it is horizontal) group the guide line and the purple rectangle select the purple rectangle group with the Selection Tool (V) grab the Group Selection Tool (white arrow with the plus sign), click and Drag on ...


Grab the Rotate tool. With the purple selected, click once at the center guides, then click-drag at the top corner of the purple rectangle to rotate it down to align with the rectangle. Illustrator doesn't really offer any ability to "pivot" an object on a specified axis other than this. There's no internal way to "snap" to more than one point. ... and to ...

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