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You may want to try using the Pathfinder tool as well. This gives you a lot of flexibility when it comes to which direction you go without having to rearrange your layers.


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Well i figured it out. You put the path higher in the layers than the pattern, then select both, right click and make clipping mask. Voila!


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There is a illustrator plugin called Colliderscribe by AstuteGraphics. This will help to do just what you are looking for in Illustrator.


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Okay I'm not totally sure, but this might help: Take a circular brush Under Brush Tip Shape Options, check Scattering and Color Dynamics and adjust the settings that suit your design best. (i would also recommend turning on Opacity jitter under Transfer) Scatter in a random fashion Then, using the text tool, type in the number you want on the inside with ...


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Not possible to generate something like this in photoshop or illustrator using native tools. Depending on your requirements and skills you could check out creating the shape and circles in a different application or programming language and exporting that as an svg or similar in to Illustrator/Photoshop and colouring it or fine tuning it from there. I put ...


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You can do this, but you have to enable "Show clipping path(s) of selected object(s)" For smaller screens : Also, when you move the image, the clip path doesn't move with the image, so things like this can happen:


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Resizing the artboard to the exact size of the masked shape should have worked. The only other thing I could think of is that just pressing SHIFT+O won't automatically resize the artboard for you - you need to manually bring in the corners so that you hit 151x150px before saving the file. When you "File" -> "Save for Web" you can double check the size of ...


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If you want to save the file to jpg or png using the Export function with the dimensions of the artboard, you have to check 'Use Artboards', just above the export and cancel button in the export window. When you select this option, you can also choose whether you want to export all artboards or just a selection. Your chosen file name will be appended ...


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Building on what GoofyMonkey suggests: Release the opacity mask. Cut it. Group the underlying objects or combine then using the pathfinder tool that unites areas. Paste the object that was formerly the opacity mask back into the composition. Use Paste in Front to ensure it's on top of your other objects and in the same position. Use the pathfinder on the 2 ...


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You need to resize the artboard (using the art board tool SHIFT+O) to be the same size as the masked shape before you export it.



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