Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I'm not sure what you mean by gray dots, I don't see them on your scan. 1. Scanner settings You shouldn't use any adjustment settings on your scan since you don't know how it will change the quality of your image. BUT if it works for you and you like the result, I guess it's less an issue on illustrations. It may look like more work but it's better to do ...


2

To get rid of black noise, best is to look, where it comes from. I found that in yellow areas most of black noise is in green channel. Select area in image, select green channel and adjust curves so the noise is gone. But in the same time I don't think you should even remove this black noise, because it's a part of cranyon and paper, so it's natural to ...


1

I've noticed the knife tool is extra choppy when it has a smaller number of pixels to cut around. You could try scaling up your artwork temporarily for smoother cuts.


1

This is usually caused by Illustrator's at-times clunky anti-aliasing. The reason that the main solution you're seeing is to put a shape behind it or extend some of the shapes behind each other is because it's the pretty much the only way to correct it if the math is perfect.


2

No not that I'm aware of. If you dont like results you get out of knife use another tool instead. For example you can use line tool () and Object → Path → Divide Objects Below combo. This is not too much work if you set a hotkey for divide objects below. Other workflows are possible, such as a line and shape builder etc.


2

There certainly is room for improvement in Adobes anti-aliasing routines. Adobe is not a big DSP shop and really does not need to follow the latest in the development of algorithms. In terms of what science tells us one could do better. For example one could use Lanczos filtering on the multi pixel sample. In addition filtering should be done in a linear ...


0

Because I needed that, I've just created a small online tool generating a piechart in svg: github/svg piechart online. Later you can edit it with Inkscape opening the SVG file created.


5

The traditional recomendation For a 16:9 tv it is recomended a safe frame of 10% on each side and 5% on the top and bottom. For example, a full HD 1920 would be 192px to the left, 192 to the right and 54 px on the top and 54 px on the bottom. Oposite than print design, there is no "bleed" it is called a "safe frame" and it is to the inside. Make non ...


1

If you are currently being paid a salary, you are performing what is known as "work for hire" and your employer retains all rights to your work, unless you've somehow managed to negotiate otherwise. Try freelancing for a while and you'll quickly find out your value in the market. If you have the skills people want, you'll be able to charge more.


1

You could to start selling your illustrations on your own website. You can still keep this job but if you're starting to have a particular style, then this is where you might regret later sharing it with the world at low flat hourly rate; a hourly rate doesn't generate any extra income for you and you don't get any credit either. For example, one day you ...



Top 50 recent answers are included