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After reading your question again, I was answering a little more broadly with that last answer and assuming you would want to create more complex shapes in the future. If you are really just wanting to create a triangle with two rounded corners, and you are using Illustrator CC, check this out: create a triangle. select the bottom left corner's ...


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Basic question, but we all started out learning too. And im sure others can benefit from an instructional here. To make a compound path in illustrator when your desired shape can be made of of two or more other shapes you use the pathfinder. Your two shapes are a triangle and a rounded-rectangle. To access pathfinder select Widows >> Pathfinder ...


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Just copy that portion of the shape and apply a very thick stroke to it. Then use Object > Expand to turn the stroke into a shape and adjust fill/stroke from there. Ends can be somewhat controlled by adjusting the end cap rounding in the Stroke Panel before you expand the stroke.


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Although it might be best to do it in illustrator you can: First make a rectangle Then rasterize the layer Use the select tool to select a square and press delete, this should give you one half of the square bracket. You can then Duplicate the layer On one of the layers press Ctrl + T to transform the shape and then right click and press Flip Horizontal ...


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Short answer: Mask those parts out with a layer mask. Black to hide, white to reveal. Use black on the parts you want to get rid of. Long answer: After you've created the rectangular shape, add a layer mask (located in the bottom of the layers panal, looks like a rectangle with a circle in the middle). Make a rectangular selection through out the ...


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Just in case you didn't get it from the comments here is how to do it. First make 6 sided polygon on page (I assume you can do this) Then using the white mouse (direct selection tool) If you can't find it there might be a black one instead hold it down or right click for menu, alternatively you can just press (A). Then hold down shift while clicking on ...


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I figured it out eventually. The problem was when I created the document I assigned it to a web profile; therefore, the pixels are align to a grid even if I had removed the align to pixel grid function. I created a new document, but this time with a print profile and the problem was solved. I wasn't aware of this feature until now. Thanks the help!


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Here’s a shape layer in Photoshop: If you select the shape and choose Subtract Front Shape from the options bar, the object will now subtract the objects below it. If it’s the bottommost object, they layer will be filled first. Shape masks can be applied to groups. There’s many ways to do it, but here’s an easy method: 1. Create a shape layer with ...



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