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Normally selecting the top layer and the bottom layer and using Pathfinder>Minus Back would do the job, but that does not work in case of Blends. So what I did here is grouped the left hand of the character, including blade and using the PEN Tool made a shape only including the parts that should be visible in my Artwork. Then used the shape to mask the Left ...


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As Ryan's comment says: Duplicate your layer. Then isolate part of the lettering on one of the layers, either by adding a layer mask OR by deleting the other portion of the logo. Apply your layer style to the layer you need it to be applied on. You should end up with 2 layers; one with the effect, one without. You can merge them after if you want but ...


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It might not be a smart method, but here’s how I do this: The “layer1” has a transparent background. Copy “layer1”, protect the transparent area, and fill it with pure black. Go to channel dialog, and drag one RGB channel down to create a new channel. It doesn’t matter which one, R or G or B, you drag. Make sure to set “layer 1” invisible. The picture ...


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HI, I had the same problem, sorry for my bad english but I will try to answer the first question: why do you have double lines when importing paths from AI to AE ? You have to prepare your path in AI before importing (cf picture): click on the two squares in in the color box of the AI window ( up - right ) / red arrows. then click on the green arrow. ...



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