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Those aren't distressed per se. They are emulating offset printing on lower quality substrates. Photocopies, or newsprint. Essentially, it's an effect that you'd see when printing solid blocks of color where you get uneven ink coverage. The most typical way to achieve this is scanning in the actual texture you want to use. If you Google "print textures" ...


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There are many ways to do this and to achieve this effect very easy you can just use a ready-made texture (search for example for “vintage” or “letterpress”). If I wanted to make my own texture I would use photoshop and start with a new black layer on top of my image. Then i would add a low amount of Noise to it (Filter > Noise > Add Noise …) Now ...


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When working with a complex shape on a single layer, we suggest you turn off Auto-Select, and zoom into the part of the shape you want to select, and then use the mouse to select the shape. It is the Auto-Select feature that is sometimes inconsistent, at least in our experience. Hope that helps. Also check out different tutorials on working with shapes ...



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