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Marking the status of a list-item is definetly best with using simplest possible solutions, colors are the best in my opinion for that. As for the alternatives you can always go for some icons related to the current state of the particular item. There are many ready-to-use icons such as Flaticon or Freepik and many more if you use your search-engine ...


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Select the artboard tool (Shift+O) and then click the small "x" in the top right corner of the extra artboard. Alternatively, use the Artboard Panel and select the stray artboard and delte from there.


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If you have the piece you want to turn to steel isolated, there are several ways of achieving that: First option is to create a selection based on the shape layer (CTRL + Click on its preview) then make a mask out of the steel layer (the button for this is at the bottom of the layer panel). The steel layer will have to be on top of and completely covering ...


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There is even a better solution :-) First draw the circle then select the path and click open path in the inspector.


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I am newbie in sketch. I am trying to figure out how to create the line icons could use "Shared style" just like what you want to do. Now, I still Stuck in how to create line icons with shape(consisted by paths, just like your bottle is made by 2 paths.) Anyway, when I saw your question, it give me an idea. Did you try just drag those 4 sub-path into ...


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No. since you have expaned the path there is no easy way. How ever if you had only a single line in the middle then you could just choose to make the like wider.


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I think a custom brush, applied to your rings/grid is probably the way to go, if you can't figure out a way to do it in the appearance palette using Transform.


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What I did: Create each wave with white to transparent gradient in different layers (maybe solid fill works better) Each layer is set as "Soft Light" Layer order does matter, play around which ones should go on top of which till you get the effect desired. Set varying opacity for the lighter ones I did it in all of 10 minutes I think. Hope it gives you ...


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You are on the right way, you just have to add one more step.


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You can use smart object feature in photohsop, read more at: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/create-smart-objects.html or you can change one of theme's style and right click on there, "copy layer style" and select the the layers that you want to apply, then press "paste layer style".


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Change the values and create a new layer preset. Choose all the shape layers and right click one of them and select "Clear layer style". While all of your layers selected, click your preset and you will be done. Photoshop can't update layer styles automatically.


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Combined shapes are treated as one shape, so any fill or effects you apply are applied to the whole shape, not single subpaths. What you actually want are separate shapes. I would suggest duplicating the combined shape, layering a brown version over a gray version and either masking or deleting the parts of the brown shape you don't want.


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First, create rect with no fill and thick borders. Enable edit mode and select two corners, make the radius about 100. Rotate the rect by 45 degrees Duplicate the rect by pressing CMD + D. Flip it horizontally and place so that lower corner will be place at the same position. Now, let's create the cross. Create rect with width the same as heart's ...


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Easiest method (using any image/layer on top of another): 1) Highlight the layer you want to use the shape from (e.g. round shape on top of another) in the Layers panel at bottom right 2) Click the Paths tab at top of this panel (right above your layers at bottom right) 3) Click Make Work Path from Selection button (bottom middle - shaped kind of like a ...


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You can get good results if you use 3 lines for the blend! You are right that the blend tool does not work for this with closed shapes. But you really only need it to look closed. I made a quick example to show you: As you can see on the left I drew 3 lines. The blue and the green one are drawn in a way that they seem to be one closed shape. The line ...


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Looks like Sketch is treating these Illustrator groups as a combined shape. Select any two shapes, Layers > Combine > Union Then, in the Layers List, click on icon and set to None.


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I'm guessing from your mockup that the keyhole isn't already part of the lock. If it is, ignore this first part. Draw your keyhole using shapes and/or pen tool: Use the Pathfinder panel to 'Unite' all the keyhole shapes. Then use 'Minus Front' with the lock and keyhole selected to cut out the keyhole. You should be left with one compound path. Create ...



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