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Ok, so after over an hour of playing around in illustrator, I found the answer: Create a (inset color here) rectangle and place it at the back. I created mine the same size as my artboard. Then click on each path induvidually, and go Object > Path > Divide Objects Below This will mean that the object below is split into two, one the same as the object/path ...


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Sorry, little bit confused with "looks good". Its too general. When i check your link, in my view, its little bit dull. If i were you, i will use PhotoShop to manipulate the image to make "looks good" in my view. Go to PhotoShop main menu -> Image -> Adjustments -> Levels ... (Ctrl+L) in "Input Levels" change type from: 0 1.00 255 to: 31 ...


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A transparent background its not the same as "no background" at all in a digital file. In this case the background is only "covered" with the mask. To remove that information you need to make a new layer out of this mask, and delete the original layer. Of course always save your original files. This will have the aditional benefit that the file size will be ...


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Print the image directly from PhotoShop where there is no background. You can also export the image to a .png without a background and then print the .png.


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Here is a very good way that is very easy: http://en.kioskea.net/faq/25394-photoshop-quickly-remove-the-background-of-an-image



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