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A bit late to the party, but there is a way to change the fill color for this PNG in Illustrator. I use CC, so the controls may be a bit different from what you see, but in case it helps, here is what I would use. "Object" » "Image Trace" » "Make" If needed, go to the "Image Trace Panel" to adjust things until you have what you need. The first thing I'd ...


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1) Open your PNG in Photoshop, not Illustrator 2) Double-click on your layer, to apply a style 3) Select Color Overlay 4) Choose your color and click OK


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I think this might be a custom made reflection. Make a new layer, brush some color spots in it. Add a gaussian blur and some noise et voila. Try experimenting with those.


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Sadly I don't think it's possible, but another workaround is: Select your layer Start recording macro Make your selection Move selection to your desired location Stop recording macro For each other layer you wish to move, select layer and run the macro.


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No. There is no way to apply effects bigger than their maximum size. Either: Recreate the effect yourself. Work at a smaller scale. Create your bevel at a smaller scale, convert the layer to a smart object and enlarge the smart object. Your beveled layer will be at a lower resolution than the rest of your document however.


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You can do this in Indesign, setting alignment to top, middle or bottom using Object Styles. I'm not 100%, but I don't think it's available in Illustrator. reg. 2nd question: When working with text in Illustrator use Area type text. Here is a little trick I use: I constantly switch between point and and Area type. (Menus - Type - Convert to X type) I use ...


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Actually the bloat effect is adding on the brown base even after the subtraction. It means the effect will add on the new subtracted base which creates the shape like in Image 2. Here is one of my way to make my object editable without the previous effects affecting. 1. After created the base and added the effect of bloat 2%. You may see that the actual ...


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Simply un-check Align with Layer in the gradient overlay options. Your gradient then isn't bound to the position or dimensions of the layer itself so you can crop or edit the layer without affecting the gradient. You can position and scale the gradient while the layer style dialog is still open by dragging the gradient in the document window and using the ...


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There are 2 ways around this: Rasterize the gradient layer, so it becomes a bitmap layer. Convert the gradient layer to a smart object. This is better since you can always go back and edit the gradient when necessary.



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