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If this is for print production, the white is irrelevant and can remain without any issues. White = stock (paper) in print. In any event to remove the background fill of the shape when a pattern overly is applied, simply reduce the Fill Opacity to 0% for that layer. Of course, this assume the white is not actually part of the pattern used in the ...


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if you are using illustrator, expand the fill, it should give you the circles and the white background. if you're in photoshop use multiply it will get rid of the white. if you export the picture as png it should only have the dots with the transparency


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I should first explain that extracting the pattern from one photograph of a tie and painting it seamlessly onto another photo of a tie that's in a different position, is a very difficult task. Even an experienced designer would probably not attempt this in the way you're suggesting. If anything, they'd probably redraw a template tie, then redraw each ...


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The only fool-proof thing I have found is to use Art Optimized and export as TIFF. In a test that I did recently, only the TIF export format removed the lines.


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"Looks good" is an impossible thing to answer, particularly without images of what you think looks good, and some examples of what you have made that in your eyes fails. There are a lot of tile generators out there, that might be much simpler than starting from scratch in photoshop. And if you do not directly use the result of these engines, you will get a ...


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Delaunay Triangulation is a great search term. We had a discussion about it awhile back. I created a script in Processing that would fill a rectangle with dots, make Delaunay triangles out of the dots, and then fill the color by putting an image behind the dots, getting the center of each triangle, sampling the pixel behind that center dot, and then filling ...


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I would search for anything relating to crystals or crystalized patterns. Try mixing terms, maybe add "abstract, background, wallpaper, patter, etc." This one is very close, maybe search for related ones and hopefully find a free one. I found the above pattern by searching "diamond abstract pattern"


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Use the Live Paint Bucket Tool. Select the art Grab the Live Paint Bucket Tool Click once to create the Live Paint Group Pick a color Click the areas to fill them with color To get back to standard objects, simply click the Expand button on the Control Bar Edit: I missed that the left side was the artboard, not a grey object. For hollow objects, just ...


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I'm prepared to eat my words here, but unless I'm greatly mistaken that is NOT a repeating pattern - despite appearances. It may have been one once, but not in its current form. I'll try to explain; 1. (if you want to repeat my test) Rotate the image so that one wavy line is exactly horizontal. You can do this by finding the high point of one line and ...


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My solution was to save as a PDF, open it in photoshop and save it as the raster image. I believe it was poor anti-aliasing as @Scott suggested, which Photoshop handles much better. Art optimized did not improve the issue. It's not an idea solution by any means, but it does work.


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(BTW - nuns also made illuminated manuscripts...) Very interesting question. I have studied old manuscripts for years, and there are a few things to keep in mind; either as explanations or as interesting anomalies. I think a general history of illuminated manuscripts might also be interesting, but that would be a different question. Vellum and ...


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Be certain to export with Art Optimized anti-aliasing selected. Note the hairlines coincide with the dashes on the right. It's a flattening issue which Art Optimized will most likely solve. If possible, placing a solid, pink-filled shape behind the chevrons would also probably solve the issue by providing the color which Illustrator should use to ...



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