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If you are at university then you probably have access to Mathematica, use that. Mathematica allows you to easily do this out of data, within a reporting environment. dotNred[red_, dot_] := Graphics[{ Red, Table[Rectangle[{-red[[a]] - 0.5, -0.5 + a}, {-0.5, 0.5 + a}], {a, 1, 10}], EdgeForm[Black], Table[{ If[a <= dot[[b]], Black, ...


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In Adobe Illustrator Use the Ellipse Tool (L). Draw a circle on the page. Select the circle with the Selection Tool (V) (The black arrow). Go to Object -> Transform -> Move Put in distance for horizontal and 0 in for vertical. Click Copy. Press CTRL + D or Command + D to make the transformation again. When the row is complete, select all of the ...


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Adobe Illustrator would likely be your best bet, especially if it's readily available at your university. The most basic of beginner tutorials should walk you through enough of the interface to show you how to get this done. If you're not familiar with graphic design programs, this is going to be a very different animal to anything you've worked with before. ...


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I would use InDesign. You might find this guide helpful, that script rocks! http://indesignsecrets.com/calendar-template-time.php


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I know you asked between Coreldraw and Illustrator but I would recommend laying out the calendar with a publishing program like quarkxpress or Indesign. You can always use Photoshop or another program to create elements of the calendar. Coreldraw or Illustrator: Whichever one you feel comfortable using. Calendar Size: A calendar can be any size but 8.5x11 ...


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I would prefer to use Photoshop because of all the effects you can use. You should try to search for some example on Pinterest, once you have an idea of what you want you can google for some calendar templates. Check what software has been used to make that template and try to use the same tool.


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1) Do not use Photoshop. 2) Corel or Ilustrator is the same, this depends on which software you want to use. 3) Do you really think there is a standard size in calendars? Pocket ones, wallpapers... 4) A templete for designing calendars? depends on the year... and the design.


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Make a background: Duplicate twice and rasterize if necessary On top layer, Transform Horizontal Skew 45° (Ctrl+T). Then Filter > Pixelate > Mosaic. Then Transform Horizontal Skew -45° effectively putting it back in original position. On middle layer same thing but do -45° then Mosaic then +45° Lower opacity of both layers to 50% and ...


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I notices that with a grayscale images is useful: Color > Curves, usually an S curve, similar to increase contrast. Touch on gray points on image to choose what levels you will convert to white/black. Filter > Enhance > Unsharp Mask... and play with values Filter > Enhance > NL Filter... and play with values


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This happens because some characters like 'S' and 'O' slightly higher than 'I'. You could convert the text into outline Type > Create Outline and place it to the top left corner. By enabling Smart Guides (CTRL + U) you could easily position the text.


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Original image Luminosity blend Add a layer for your color and put it under your image. Then use the blending mode "Luminosity" on that image. You can change the background color you want without changing the main picture. Color blend Select your image layer, and go in the menu "Image", then select "Adjustment" and then "Desaturate." Add a new ...


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I’ve used the following method to center one or more layers between any two points: Create your new text (or whatever) layer(s) between the two points (put it off-center a little so that you will see it move when you finally center it). Add a new transparent layer over your entire graphic (and make sure it is the active layer). Call it guide layer or ...


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This is quite easy to achieve using a few simple lines connected by a blend. Just create one half of the grid, then copy, rotate and mirror the effect for the other "axis". It would take about as much time as tracing the original, but would offer live editing abilities if you wanted to tweak the distortion. The image below took about 5 minutes to make. 12 ...


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To not only help you with more than just getting your file-size issue addressed, but also help you improve your banner production method overall. I've created a template for you using the new art boards feature in Photoshop. https://choiceomg.com/bat.psd (Click to download my .PSD template) After you design your banners, go to: File -> Export -> Export ...


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What you need is to use "Layer Masks" (Tutorials from Adobe here) You can add layer masks on your letters AND also add shadow later if you need to add more realism to your 3D effect. You need to type your texts on layers above the image/subject, and "hide" some parts of that text. If it's easier to cut out the main subject of your layout, you can also ...


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Just add a type layer above the photograph layer. Add a layer mask to the type layer. Paint black on the layer mask where you want to hide the type.


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One way to do this with basic Photoshop skills, would be placing the text on top of the basketball player, and then erasing the parts where you wand the 'pass trough' effect. To erase the text, you have to first transform it to image.


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The rippling filter acts on the current layer. Move your selection to its own layer. Select the desired area Ctrl / Cmd + C Exit -> Paste As -> New Layer Make sure that layer is selected when you run the filter.


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Let me suggest a solution with a slightly better workflow. Recognize that the same shape repeats several times so let us first make that one shape. So: Create a circle. Rotate circle by 360/8° from a corner point (Alt+LMB click). (replace 8 with any amount of petals you want) Image 1: Rotate one copy Use shape builder or pathfinder to carve out the ...


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Alright alright, do it like this: Step 1: Draw the circles counter clockwise. Step 2: Arrange the first circle on top of the others (Right click > Arrange > Bring to Front). Step 3: Select the last circle and the first one, click on the shape builder. Step 4: Click on the last circle, this will cut it. Step 5: Arrange the first circle to the bottom ...


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1. You need to ask your friend to send you the linked images and the fonts he/she is using. It's normal the files are missing if they're not embedded and if they were not provided in a separate folder. Since it's your friend,it shouldn't be a big deal. If it's not really your "friend"... You can try these 2 things (doesn't always work): A) Change the ...



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