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Your current icon is bordering upon iMovie infringement. :) If Apple approved it, then I guess they feel it's okay. But knowing Apple, things could change. A Few psychological notations: Curved paths always feel less serious and more friendly. Using straight paths for the star would give it more of a serious impression. High contrast also lends to a more ...


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I think getting 'real' lighting/reflection/highlights/whatever you want to call them(!) right is very important. I think cartoon-y looking icons are great, but they still need to look realistic/believable. Try drawing over images of real items for a while, and take note on where light falls and where highlights are prominent etc. - the more you do it, the ...


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It is my understanding that "live" updating of the the original placed file is not supported in Photoshop. You can double click and edit a file as if it were a separate file, but it is not a live link to the original file. I have placed logos in this manner in photoshop and updated the original logo file, but it does not update the placed version. Note my ...


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Icon design is really, really difficult, especially if you're aiming for the standard set by other top apps. I think you've done an ok job, but it may be worth considering hiring an icon designer, as the icon is the first and last thing your users will see. It's unfair, but they will likely base their purchase decision, at least in part, based on the icon. ...


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I hope i understand correctly. You can do both, either move the camera or the background. I personaly think its easier to move the background. Just make big composition and put everything inside it. Compositions are sort of like groups. You can make bigbig composition and then put it in smaller composition (which has size of your final movie) and move the ...


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It sounds like what you are expecting is a Publish<>Subscribe system. That is not supported in Photoshop. When you open or place an image into Photoshop you embed the entire image and its data and there is no longer any reference to the original file. If you alter the original, you'll need to place it into Photoshop after the changes. There is no way ...



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