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The way you are currently doing it is one possible solution, but as you have seen it gets a bit tricky working with strokes, clipping masks and pathfinder. I'll show you how I would tackle this: 1. Create your first petal. 2. Transform Use a Transform effect (Effect → Distort & Transform → Transform...) to duplicate the petals. Set the transform ...


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Gah. OK, hopefully this helps someone. I just looked at: Photoshop CS6 transparency issue and realized I need to go to Select -> Inverse and then Edit -> Cut to cut the background out. After that I got the results I was hoping for.


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An alternative to the answer from Javi, if your source image includes a lot of white, or if it includes a white border, that you don't want to have to rebuild in Illustrator: Pick a distinctive colour, one that doesn't appear anywhere along the border of your image and is as different as possible from all other colours along the border. In Photoshop, ...


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GIMP Layers transparency don't affect sibling layers beneath it - those would just show through. This idea, however, would be feasible by putting all layers inside a group - that would contain the whole image, and then setting up a mask to that group layer. The bad news is that masks are not implemented in group layers, so one simply can't do that. So, the ...


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This is actually an annoying problem in Gimp; I often find myself having projects with multiple layers, but with a bottom layer without transparency, so having an alpha channel on the final exported image is a complete waste of space on that. Gimp doesn't seem to detect that final lack of transparency, though, so when I export to png, it always ends up ...


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PNGs make for poor portfolios because they would be very large image files and would be not very user friendly (cannot highlight, copy, resize, etc.). You can avoid this by making your portfolio using web technology (HTML + CSS). This allows you to style it however you wish while still retaining usability. The alternative is to simply not use rounded ...


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Try exporting the ai file as .css through File > Export and select the save as type to be CSS and then you'll receive a .css file with all of the code that you can use for your website! :)


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Mark Edwards has a great scripted solution for this, posted to another question. An automated, easy solution Use the File → Scripts → Export Layers to Files script. This will export each layer of your document as a separate file with a filename that matches the layer name (so ensure your layer names are correct before running the script). Make sure you ...


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Figured out a good solution Select layers In Animation flyout menu click "Make Frames From Layers" Select all animation frames Click black background layer File -> Export -> Render Video Is there a faster way to save all layers in PSD to PNG?


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The rendering errors happen when zooming to certain levels. You can see the issue here: http://recordit.co/383Znu7qt2 The issue doesn't happen at all if you lower the resolution of the image. The effects also seem to be different on different machines—The issue happened less on the higher spec of the 2 machines I tested on–which leads me to believe it is a ...


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I opened your PSD. I see you use several different blending modes in the effects. Blending modes depend heavily on the layers below it to render the image, so I suspect you won't be able to merge the layers accurately keeping the transparency and the effects. One solution would be to change the blend modes to normal in the effects, rebuilding the image ...


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This is zoomed preview rendering issue in Photoshop. What you see when your artwork is zoomed to fit your screen (not 100%) isn't accurate and your flattened/rasterized image on the left in your example is actually what your artwork looks like. When viewed at 100% you'll see that the effects stay the same before and after flattening/exporting/rasterizing. ...



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