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Put it where? On an html document? Just float them one above the other. Depending on the colors and if you have set a transparency this can work. If you need the animation to blend perfectly you need to re-export the animation with the background included, and use other method than gif. CSS sprite animation or a video. Or make a png css sprite animation ...
Create a mask to portion out the sections you want to be revealed. Trace the image using the pen tool, shape or outlined text. Remove any fill or stroke (This is not necessary but…) and stack over the image you wish to mask. Select both the shape and image and press Cmd + 7 or Object > Clipping Mask > Make
double clik on the background layer to unlock him.. so you convert the background to a normal layer wich support the transparency .. then do what others say above ..
You are using Photoshop Cs6 version and confuse to remove the background of your photos by eraser tool. Here I wrote a complete guide related to eraser tool to remove all kinds of backgrounds. I hope this tutorial will helpful for you.
I suppose you mean you changed the setting that governs the paper colour? If you do that, all white objects will take on the background colour, because in Illustrator 'paper' means 'no ink'. In order to work with a coloured background, don't change the paper colour. Just draw a large rectangle with a fill in your desired colour, send it to the very back of ...
There are lots of rules of thumb you could follow when picking colors! Here is a great post if you'd like a crash course in color theory and color relationships. The main takeaway: Color relationships are set methods of choosing colors that relate in some way to each other and look good together... There are seven color relationships: monochrome, ...
The background is not really defined by your logo, but with the overall design. Lets say the design of the website. The one that define this is the identity brand manual. Although this changes with trends a white background is the prefered one. You also can make a white only or black only versions to combine with any color. And you can try a white outline ...
You can use https://color.adobe.com/explore/ to complete your color scheme. For example, you can search for blue and orange and the website will return several schemes that contain your colors. Choose what scheme you like, click on "Info" and take the hexa code. Hope it will help you :)
You could go for the color that is complementary with your main color (#263B79) or with your accent color if you're not happy with the result. The Color Scheme Designer allows you to quickly find complementary colors by providing the RGB code of your desired one. However, if you are not satisfied with this approach, I assume a white background would go ...
The quickest way is to use a site like design-seeds.com, specify the color you're aiming for and then using one of the images there. Zoom in massively on a promising section, take a screen shot, import and apply blur, filters, lower opacity at will. Copyright issues are imaginary here because it's unrecognizable and untraceable and you're hurting nobody. If ...
Change the image mode in Photoshop. If it's indexed color change to cmyk or rgb.
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