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I've created a script that exports to multiple sizes. It references Androids docs here. I've already included the Android recommended values but you can create your own export icon set.


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Along with all the other good answers here, please remember that you are creating a visual identity of a business that, ideally, makes money. This identity has the potential to be used for years to come. How valuable is the business to you or your friend? Surely it's more valuable than $99? If so, then invest well in the business identity. It's a crucial ...


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Its important to understand that in essence your not actually buying just a logo. Sure, if thats what you pay for thats what you get. But ultimately, atleast if you want good impact, you should be buying a look and feel. You should also get instructions on how to apply that to your benefit, in different situations (Web, print etc... yes contracts still are ...


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If you want a professional logo, hire a professional designer. Do not use one of the $99 logo web sites. If you want a quality logo, you want to be able to work directly with a designer so that they can get a completely understanding of your business needs and objectives and then walk through the entire process with you. You will not get that from one of ...


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I guess this is normal as long as your client will be informed about that and/OR a freelancer/company will not have any further commercial rights for the product they've created (say, selling or adapting for another work). Also, questions about who showcase the work in the portfolio should also be solved. But I would suggest you to not give up and try a few ...


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The answer resulted a little more complex than I expected. Yes. The 16x means that the Error image is enhanced in order to see the diferences in naked eye. But the problem is that in my tests the 16x factor is not 16x but arround 4x. The only portion of the image ajusted is the lower left: (Levels adjusted in PhotoPaint becouse you can see the graph of ...


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The straight forward way of doing this in Photoshop is to duplicate layer 16 times and set the 15 topmost layers mode to Linear Dodge (Add). The easiest way to do this is to use Filter → Other -> Custom... with: 16 in central box all others 0 or nonexistent and scale of 1. Same procedure works in gimp. 16 times error means that each pixel is blown to ...


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I see a different question here that would be more suitable to ask: "How can I get used to using and illustrating with my new drawing tablet?" For that, I'll first post two links. The first one deals with getting setup and used to simply handling your new tablet and the second gives a selection of tutorials that are great for getting used to actually ...


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I see 2 diferent questions there. The ilustration you are showing is probably a vector based file. A list can be Corel Draw, Ilustrator, Inkscape (open source), Serif Draw plus (free), and in my opinion they are easier to use with a normal mouse, but there are some interesting things you can do drawing freely with your board. The second question could be ...


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That is called a halo. This is becouse gif can make transparent only one verey specific colour, not all the intermediate colours that make that small gradient. And you have no other option on a gif file. The one thing you can do is make another version starting with the white background. A Light background version and a dark background version. You can ...


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There's no way for anyone to tell what was used to create that. Could be Illustrator, Inkscape, Photoshop, Gimp, Paintshop Pro, Pixelator or any one of thousands of applications. If I, personally were creating something similar, I'd use Adobe Illustrator. But that doesn't make that the "right' or "correct" application to be used. If you want an answer, ...


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Open source NodeBox Processing Your browser (serioulsy, you can do this with css and javascript easily) Blender (2d is just a subset of 3D) a NodeBox3 Example A simple example of using NodeBox to make text appear, I had not used NodeBox 3 before so it took me 15-20 minutes to get up to speed (tough i have used shake and nuke which are very similar). ...


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As Stephen Crawley explains regarding his icicle brushes, it's simply a matter of using the proper Scatter Brush settings. You need the brush to be relative to the page, not the path. You can read Mr. Crawley's blog post by clicking here:


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The snowflake animation for Winter Bash was written by balpha in 2012, and is described in this post by him on meta.SE: I wrote it for last year's Winter Bash, and I actually promised to open source it after some code clean-up, which to my shame I still, one year later, haven't done yet. I made it my mission that if Stack Exchange recycles the ...


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You can script Illustrator using JavaScript with the Extend Script API provided by Adobe. But that's beyond my Illustrator-fu. You can learn more about the Extend Script toolkit and API for Illustrator here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/illustrator/scripting.html



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