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This is going off the assumption that all of the strokes (That you want to delete) are the same color. You will first want to expand all of the shapes Object -> Expand. You will have to use the pathfinder options to separate the different shapes. Select all of the shapes and use the Divide option in the pathfinder window (Maybe someone knows a none ...
I would say it most closely resembles a teardrop shape. That's what it's referred to as within Microsoft PowerPoint: Screenshot courtesy of indezine.com Photoshop has a similar (yet not exactly the same) shape, they call it a raindrop.
It's difficult to answer definitively without seeing some specific artwork. However, generally... Object >Expand Appearance Object > Expand Pathfinder Panel > Merge Button Draw a no-fill, no-stroke rectangle, then.... Select > Same > Fill and Stroke Hit the Delete to remove all the hollow objects created by the Merge command. If objects ...
I didn't see the Inkscape tag, when I posted my first answer. My first answer was the quick, easy way I would have done it, admittedly not the best. This is the more accurate way that I would create that shape (there may be a better one?). This was done in Illustrator, but I would imagine that the same technique can be applied to Inkscape. I first ...
Option 1 (Meh) To unite 2 circles of different colors, you can simply add a layer mask on each of your circle and trace an oblique mask that goes right in the middle of them. Start with one, then duplicate that layer mask on the second circle for precision; to do this, click the layer mask you did while holding option+command, and drag that mask to the ...
You cant. When you unify more than one shape, you create one shape. Therefore you can't have multiple colors applied to a single shape (other than gradients). If you need two colors, you need 2 shapes. You could achieve what you are after with 2 shapes, a layer group and a mask on the group.
I would say the correct answer is: You dont. This is not exactly the kind of stuff you want to eyeball. I suppose you can do a script that does this, if you know the lat long of some datapoint. In anycase illustrator has the exact same wrap tool (in fact illustrator had this first). Just use Object → Envelope Distort → Make with Mesh. I just ...
Photoshop has roughly 4 different layer constructs: Pixel Layers - a layer consisting of only pixels (raster) Shape Layers - A layer consisting of a flood color fill layer in conjunction with a vector mask Vector Layers - a vector path which uses fill and stroke options Smart Objects - an embedded data file which can consist of any number of the above. ...
you can do it with the help of script...Extend Handles Scripts by Hiroyuki Sato
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