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In Illustrator, you when you rotate an object using the rotate tool, you can first click once to set the pivot pint and that's what your object will rotate around. arrange your cards in a row so that they are not quite on top of each other, and then pivot them all at the same pivot point. To ensure they are all rotated at the same pivot point, rotate the ...


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SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is an XML based vector image format. You can use your coordinates and path descriptions to write your SVG code directly in any text editor. You describe your image using SVG path elements, using various drawing commands as well as basic shape elements in combination with fills and strokes etc. You can find more info on SVG ...


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You can take a good photo of the logo, or have it scanned. Then use Inkscape to trace it acordingly to the instructions with the photo as a base. Edited. You can not trace a logo using formulas, but yes, if a logo has parameters you can use them, for example, the line A is one thirth of the line B. The total width is 20 times larger than the stroke C. ...


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The way you can achieve the soft shading similar to the examples you've showed is to create a new shape that has a gradient fade from black to black with 0% transparency on one end. Create a duplicate of the shape you want to add the shadow to, and use it as a clipping mask for your "shadow"(cmd/ctrl+7). Then drag that over the main shape (or you could ...


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...A steel I-Beam looks like, well an "I". You're using a lowercase "L." If they don't care that its an I-Beam or just kinda look like steel beams in general than using Capital letters will probably be your best option. Serif fonts could also help: That was done in about 2 seconds right in Photoshop CC2015 with the New 3D Extrusion from Selected Layer ...


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Make sure the layer is unlocked. Right click the layer, and select blending options from the menu. On the "This Layer:" blending bar, move the right slider to the left just a tiny bit, and all the white from that layer should become transparent.


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Open your artwork in Illustrator, select the elements that are 'disappearing' and, in the Attributes panel, make sure Overprint Fill and/or Overprint Stroke aren't checked. You can also quickly check if you're going to have any overprint issues by going View > Overprint Preview.


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The answer to this question delves deeply into the theoretical aspects of graphic design. It has to do with how the human eye perceives the weight of something, and how that weight creates a hierarchy of importance within that context. Instead of getting caught up in all that, the answer is simple. Text should be emphasized (bold or italics) when it is the ...


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Ask your profesional designer. But yes, the EPS is probably the one. Others are PDF, AI, CDR. Enlargin a logo "without distortion" could have a wide range of flavors. Normally the user is the one that distorts a logo. (The question was edited adding the word pixelation, which makes it more especific) Some explanations. The formats I mentioned are ...


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The subtraction of the inner circle can be reset, giving this result: (Btw, this only works after removing the circle from the group, or else Sketch just subtracts two circles from the rectangle at a different spot) As you can see, it kinda works, but there is a whole part of the inside of the circle again that is flowing outside of the boundaries of the ...



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