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What your printer told you is correct. Think of it like this: anywhere you see white in your image, you'll see shirt color instead. (Unless you pay for the addition of white ink, but with unfinished edges like you have there, it's not going to look great.) Here's an image to help visualize what printing this on different colored shirts might look like:


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Draw a rectangle and set it the color you want the corners to be. Grab the Gradient Mesh Tool Click once in the center of the rectangle Change the color You can then move the anchor handles to adjust the effect if you wish. The gradient is a bit rough in the animation due to the gif format and a desire to keep image size small. But in reality the ...


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The way I do it is by using a single radial gradient and a clipping mask. Follow the steps: Create a rectangle the size of your document and fill it with white or light grey. Create a larger rectangle and instead of a color fill, use a gradient with the first bottom gradient slider set to opacity and location 0 and the second bottom gradient slider set to ...


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Best way I can recommend to do this is create one large box with the base color, then create four triangles in each corner with the gradient. Then group or convert to symbol.


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I'm not sure why your InDesign doesn't interpret well that transparency. Maybe you need to use PDFx or check your export settings. Personally I don't use much drop shadows and transparency in these software because of that kind of surprise or the white rectangles it often creates on the PDF. It's alright for printing but if you need that file for web too, ...


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ACEkin's method is the correct way, but since you've already done it an incorrect way and given your skill level it might just be easier to airbrush: Select the Brush tool (B), select the circles color Alt+LMB on the color, increase the brush size A LOT --- like 200 is probably good if you posted actual size, lower the Brush Hardness to 0, paint with the ...


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Here is what I will suggest: Pick up the marquee tool and target the roundish shape you want to blend with the dark green large background, that is click on that layer on the layer stack Ctrl-Click on the thumbnail of the layer which will select the image While the selection is active, inside the selection right click and select from the menu "Feather" and ...


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Well, the observation of the gradient will definitely be affected by the colors you choose and the size of the font. As you can see in my image, the first letter is full blue while the other two have a two color gradient in them. The level of observation will be determined by the contrast in your choice of colors. Also, for a font as thin as this one you ...


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First, open up the tool settings and the colors menu if you haven't already. Second, go to selection tools --> fuzzy select. Set the threshold to about 42. Hold shift and select all of the white portions of your picture. Third, click "select --> invert". Fourth, "Paint tools --> "Paintbrush", select the color you want for the background, set the opacity to ...


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IMHO you would have to convert the document in photoshop to Grayscale. Using the Curves palette, adjust the color until you get a solid black and fill the unwanted dots with a small hard paint brush. Then you add a new layer and fill with the correct blue color. Choose "difference" for that layer on the layers palette. Flatten image. Add another layer, fill ...


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I actually found a way around this, unfortunately its a few extra steps, but it allows you to stay within AI. Select all elements on the artboard. Group > reflect horizontal save as a .svg open it up and reflect back to original layout and save however So far this is working, I use to move the artboard or project elements on the artboard around countless ...


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It sounds like you're using a White to Transparent Gradient. Going over it again and again on a raster layer will always Add to it. You need to either create a new layer each time, use a container Shape with a Gradient fill, or use a Gradient adjustment layer. As far as getting your original back, depending on what you've done since you can use the History ...


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Here's how I would achieve that effect: 1) Create a BW Effects layer, and select the mode that gives the most pleasing effect. 2) Edit>Copy Merged, then paste that into a new alpha channel 3) Invert the alpha channel 4) Delete or disable the bw effects layer 5) Select the active pixels (Control key (PC) or the Command key (Mac) while you single click on the ...



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