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Althoug this is for animation, take a look at this: http://pivotanimator.net/ or http://www.stykz.net/ You can screen capture a low resolution image. But also you can use it as a basis to draw a vector based image in Inkscape. You do not need to limit yourself to a strick stick figure. The images you posted are not. Adjust the width of the torso and legs ...


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If you do decide to go with Adobe Illustrator try this website to go over some basics. https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/tutorials.html


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First of all, you'll need a program with which to create vector graphics. Inkscape is a good option -- it's free/open source so you don't have to spend an arm and a leg on it either. There are great tutorials for it too. Get started by deciding what type of pose you want to make -- sketch out the basic shapes on paper first and get an idea where the arms ...


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Contacting your printer about required resolution might be a good idea. There's a good chance that you will not have to print this at 300 dpi (20m @300dpi would be a whopping 236,220 pixels!), but at something like 30 or even 15 dpi. They might also instruct you to deliver a file at 10% size, so effectively a 9 x 200 cm file.


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If anyone's still looking, I think I found a solution. Release your opacity mask. Select the mask shape, Copy it to your clipboard, then delete it. Draw a rectangle around ALL of the other objects that you want to be removed/trimmed. Color this larger rectangle some other color so you can see it clearly. Ctrl/Cmd+F to Paste in Place the original mask shape ...


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I don't think you can change the orientation automatically, you can add a transform effect to the labels all in one go which should be easy enough. Use the Direct Selection Tool to select all the labels. Set the text alignment to either left or right depending on the direction you want the text. Effects → Distort & Transform → Transform... Set the ...


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change your file into RGB mode then save as...


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I found a quick way to solve my problem (I have PS CS4): I used "Show Grid", adjusted the size etc in Preferences, got it exactly how I wanted it, and then took a screenshot of the image, Pasted it into my file as a new layer, and trimmed it to size & scale. This will not be hi-res enough for some users, but it was super-quick and worked for my needs.


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My 2 cents: Remove the icons. That much separation on the paragraphs make them as a two step process each step. 6 in total. Use a better font.


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Less is more Remove tiny icons from paragraphs. Shorten space between first and second paragraphs in each column (by about half). Remove the color highlight in center column -- If you want to separate by color blocks, use three different colors. But I'd suggest simply using one, and letting white space divide them. Stay consistent Make headlines ...


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It looks okay but it doesn't read well at all. I'd like to see a harmonious writing style. Harmony isn't only in the look of the piece. Parallel construction in the writing would help a lot. Some words you use don't exist. Recruitly? Get recognized as a top developer. (Passive voice. Active voice would be an improvement.) Try "Become recognized." or "Build ...


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The handles can't be moved together but you can place them in a position individually which maintains the symmetric look (explained at the bottom) Drawing a symmetric path In this method you will draw half of the path, clone it, flip the clone, place it next to each other and join the 2 paths to form the symmetric shape (the instructions below looks like ...



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