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This will only work if the result of your effect is a black and white image like the stamp effect gives you (or the halftone effect in this case). Original object: Halftone effect applied: Create a blue rectangle underneath your black and white object. Select both, open the transparency panel and click "Make Mask". This will create an opacity mask ...


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You can use an 'envelope distort' for this in Illustrator. Draw your unbent bone shape; Draw a throwaway shape that will guide your transformation, in your case that should be a thick, shallow U shape; Remove fill and stroke from the throwaway shape; Resize and reposition the throwaway shape so it more or less covers the bone shape; Select both shapes at ...


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You can do this in Photoshop with custom brush you need to define (rectangle shape) and then play with the settings (remember that "roundness" in this case will be thickness of the shape. This is what you could get. In illustrator the easiest way (for me) would be do create few different patterns, fill objects with them, then expand and multiply and ...


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You must confuse the search engine. The best way to defeat automated image searching is by providing alternative images that cannot be identified or come from conflicting sources, and ones that confuse the specified pattern to be identified. For example, if you provide an image composed of three images in alternating bands or strips and ask for the ...


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Stop there. Don't copy. Use original artwork. EDIT: Treat this as FYI. By copying, you are indirectly trying to circumvent intellectual property protection. You are playing with fire. There's also a flaw in your rationale and reasoning: Giving credit is NOT getting permission to use the image. It's not an "or" situation. It is copyright material. It does ...


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Mirror Image. No other manipulation needed. Try it.


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I can see that you already did some transformations to the image, it would be more efficient to post the original image. However, I can see two solutions to this particular problem: If you are using Photoshop then using transform tool with all its options may be the way to go. You would just have to visually adjust the image until you get your wanted ...


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Just cut the shape into 2, or expand it and merge the pieces. It a bit similar to the question about art brush overlap. cut the line expand use shape builder to isolate the overlap. Or you can use multiple splitted segments as a brush they also overlap as described in the linked post. IN the oppsote case just group them and enable



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