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You can indeed join two separate nodes from unrelated vector lines. Do this by : Select both lines using the Move Tool. With to the Node Tool and select both end nodes you want to join (hold down Shift to select them both). Choose 'Join Curves' from the Action section of the Node context toolbar.


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With the node tool (hit A) shift-select both curves you want to join together. Then, in the context toolbar at the top there are a bunch of buttons labelled "Action" - they look like this: the fourth button along from the left is "Join Curves" (you'll see that when you hover over it) and clicking on that will join the two separate lines together. Hope ...


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Click on Merge Shape Components after you've intersected:


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Choosing or getting the printhouse to select the right stock is important, different papers (and inks/print method) get different results, there is a minimum visible print size, but I doubt that was the issue - in all cases get a proof of the print job and make the supplier stick to it, they dont want you to be disappointed so offering you the help you ...


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You could use a stroke, then use Object → Expand to create the lines? Here’s a speedrun attempt at it. :) But, if you actually want to snap the control points of the curve to a certain place, and have them both match, you can use guides. I don't think that's going to give you a nice curve though.


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Faux-sketch is very demanding. The interest lies in the question of what is a sketch? Often it would be drawn on paper with a pencil and focuses on the outlines of objects and some shading/texturing, like what you submitted. I have made a few experiments(top right is source): With Gimp, Edge Detect/Edge can be a useful filter here(then invert the result) ...


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You can also remove the black color in Illustrator itself. Once you have traced and expanded the image, you need to: ungroup the image (Command + Shift + G) select any one part of the image that contains the color you want to remove (black in this case) with the Direct Selection Tool (A) go to the Select menu > Same > Fill Color All components that ...


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Looks a lot like Arial Condensed. If it's just a placeholder until you can get an officially sanctioned logo Arial Condensed will probably suffice.


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Here you go: http://www.tbyrne.org/export-illustrator-layers-to-svg-files Supported formats are: PNG8, PNG24, PDF, EPS & SVG You can choose whether you want to export all the artboards in the document with the currently visible layers showing, or if you want to export files for each of the layers in a document on the currently active ...


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You can use the magic wand (Y) to select objects of similar, or even exactly the same, fill or stroke colour. double-click the tool in the toolbox to set the Tolerance to 1, meaning it will only select shapes of exactly the same colour. Be warned that, depending on your tracing setting, this may leave some not-entirely-black objects behind, you might need ...


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Try this trick, hope it helps...: With the photo newly opened in Photoshop, press CTRL + J(Win) / COMMAND+J (Mac) to duplicate the Background layer Press Shift+Ctrl+U (Win) / Shift+Command+U (Mac) to desaturate the layer Press CTRL + J (Win) / COMMAND+J (Mac) to duplicate the desaturated layer Press CTRL + I (Win) / COMMAND+I (Mac) to invert the layer ...


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Upload a portion of your .bmp to https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ and hope that the font can be recognized. Otherwise, find a similar font and go with that.



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