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In the future, please be aware that this question is not in the scope defined by the community of Graphics Design Stack Exchange. I did not find your particular vector online, but a stylized vector version is easily created in Inkscape using the "trace bitmap" feature, selecting the colors option, and clicking okay. Vector copy of ornate letter If you want ...
(This is based on Pages version 4.3 / iWork '09.) It’s perfectly possible. When you create a new Pages document, you can choose between two different types: A Word Processing document or a Page Layout document. You are probably using a word processing document currently as this is the easiest type to start with: it has a fixed central text area on the page ...
You could always simply crop close to the edges of your content. Zoom in to be more precise.
Since the header graphic is wider than it is taller, I would suggest having it follow the width of your target device. The header may have to be re-sized into a different dimension for mobile devices though. My suggestion would be to enlarge the graphic height and optimize it to look best on a mobile device. For example, you could increase text size to ...
My method without redrawing the propeller is to cut out white space plus propeller (1) and then use them as a mask for a solid layer (2). Its basically the lazy version of mast0rs solution. Dont mind the sloppy crop-out of the plane =)
The way pointed by @Takkat is correct, but it depends a lot of your source image. Your source image seems a very small matrix image, like this: Using such an image, Potrace show a misleading preview: the image is too little and you need to trick a lot with the parameters in order to obtain something decent: I suggest you to scale your starting image ...
The way to generate objects by color in Inkscape would be to trace the bitmap to vector paths. This is how I selected the color yellow of the sunflowers to add a white border to all sunflowers. File > Import bitmap (embed) to the Inkscape canvas: Wikimedia Select the bitmap and choose Path > Trace Bitmap...: In Mode tab choose Colors, and Smooth. Do ...
Another technique to try without having to recreate the propeller from scratch. Uses the images own tonal information as a layer mask. Result: I simply duplicated the image layer, made a brightness/contrast adjustment then pasted the inverted result into the original layer's layer mask.
I would say if you want to mask propellers then you need to create a new mask in propeller form :) 1) Create a new shape with three line. Here i will create a very simple form of the propeller, you can extend it in your test 2) Now rasterize the shape layer (right mouse button click on the layer and then click on "Rasterize layer") and assign a new ...
If by macro you mean action, you should be able to go to the Actions panel, find the spot in your action which says "image size," and double-click it. The red Record button will come on. Put in 40%.
You can check LogoLagoon freebies category. They offer some amazing free logos (in vector format) that can be used for both personal or commercial purposes.
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