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May
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comment Photoshop layer masks very unpractical when resizing canvas. Is there a better way?
I'm not entirely sure I understand. Could you fix the second image how you would like it to appear and post that as a third screenshot?
May
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comment How do I create curved edges in Illustrator using the Pen tool?
There's many ways to make something rounded - what is the object you're trying to make rounded constructed as? What have you tried?
May
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comment Batch change Luminosity in Photoshop
If working on one image, how are you changing Luminosity? Image->Adjust->Hue/Saturation->Lightness? Creating a luminosity mask? Something else entirely?
May
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comment Strange brush behaviour on Photoshop
Fix the spacing----Brush Settings -> Brush Tip Shape -> Spacing.
May
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comment Changing B/W flat image to another color
Yes there are ways, what software are you using? I'd also mention though that if the goal is making t-shirts you probably don't need to change the color. Just tell your manufacturer what ink/dye to associate with this plate. See this for more information: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/36272/…
May
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comment Is there an order to learning non-technical design theory I should follow?
So you think its important to learn these topics in a particular order?
May
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comment Is there an order to learning non-technical design theory I should follow?
He didn't ask for a list of what to read about, he asked for an ORDERED list. I agree with your topics, but there's no specific ORDER he has to go through those in.
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comment Critique: iPhone Repair Poster
@FocusedMuffin this is beginning to be a bit off-topic and more marketing. Why don't you come into our chatroom, chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/1240/the-ink-spot and I'm happy to give my opinion on that in there. (Though it won't be immediately as I'm about to head out.) Essentially though, no this does nothing to pull anyone in IMO. There's no pitch. If you want to pull people in you have to offer something and state why your offer is better. Right now it looks more like something you'd find on Visual.ly than a poster meant to increase sales.
May
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comment Critique: iPhone Repair Poster
@IvanWitteborg the pieces in the middle on the cutboard looking thing.
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comment Critique: iPhone Repair Poster
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comment Who is responsible for text mistakes in a print project?
@joojaa if the description is inaccurate you may not know, but you can do more than just typos. Sometimes things just don't make sense or even contradict other statements. A little common sense can go a long way. Quick example say you got a cocktail description for a Brandy Alexander that doesn't include Brandy. Even if you don't know the drink you might be smart enough to question if that was a mistake.
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comment Who is responsible for text mistakes in a print project?
I agree 100% with this but would just add that checking the work on the design side is also important and can help elevate you over your competition if your clients never find errors in your work, or you take the initiative to ask them about something that seems off. Great way to build trust in the relationship. But as Scott said the final approval should be from the Client.
May
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reviewed Approve In Illustrator, how do I paste in place one object on multiple artboards?