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Generally speaking, you should install fonts on your OS, not a specific program. You can make your fonts available to Illustrator without installing them on your OS though. From Illustrator Help / Fonts: In addition to the fonts installed on your system, you can also create the following folders and use fonts installed in them: Windows Program ...


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Follow this! https://medium.com/google-design/salt-pepper-the-art-of-illustrating-texture-c962dc67cc35#.aa24epyn7. Finally a good method, and that by a googler!


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Select All (cmd + A) Copy (cmd + C) Add Mask (Button at the bottom of the layers panel) Select the Mask Channel (alt + Click the mask thumbnail) Paste (cmd + V) Invert Mask (cmd + I) Click the layer thumbnail to deselect the mask channel. You can do this directly with color gradients—copying and pasting to the mask channel will automatically ...


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In Photoshop, try holding down Shift


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There is not a possibility to change the layer of multiple layers at once. There are, however, two possible workarounds: Place the layers you want to affect into a folder, and change the folder's Layer Style. Change the Layer Style of one layer the way you want it, then Alt+click and drag the 'fx' icon from one layer entry in the Layers pallette to every ...


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I posted a link before for 4 different techniques at how to create those effects just like Google does, in an article by a Google designer. But the one relevant to this question the most is as follows: Create the solid shape(s) you wish to add tints and highlights to (in our case, the orange). Lock the layer. Add two layers above the first. Label ...



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