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comment Critique: Nice and elegant separation between proof/equations and explanation
Is there a particular reason you think the line doesn't work?
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revised Critique: Nice and elegant separation between proof/equations and explanation
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reviewed No Action Needed Converting SVG to EMF without loss of data
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on transparency tag wiki
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on transparency tag wiki excerpt
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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comment How are sprites and graphics for high end graphic games made?
As it stands this question is very broad and wouldn't be a good candidate for migration based on what I'm seeing on gamedev. In general high end games use 3D suites like 3DSMax, Blender, or Maya even if they're then rendered to appear more cartoon than photorealistic. But its very broad because often the sprites are made up of hundreds of parts so I'm not sure what aspect you're asking about. This doesn't even take into account if you're asking about 3D engines like Unity3D. If you clarify and can be a bit more specific we can better decide to answer it here or try to migrate it.
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open How are sprites and graphics for high end graphic games made?
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open Is it good practice for designers to use Photoshop?
Jul
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comment Is it good practice for designers to use Photoshop?
Fireworks has been discontinued and is being phased out. Not sure how that affects your opinion and subsequently this question.
Jul
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comment What can a designer do if a client claims that the work delivered is unacceptable and refuses to pay?
@joojaa sometimes you get jerks like Gramps that will try to play Darth Overlord and take advantage of the little guy. Gotta make sure he knows his place.
Jul
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comment What can a designer do if a client claims that the work delivered is unacceptable and refuses to pay?
You've got a valid point @Gramps but to be fair... the cancellation clause could stipulate that the content's ownership goes back to the designer and cannot be used in any way by the client. Not sure if that's what Jacob does or not though
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Is QuarkXpress still relevant?
Jul
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comment Need png optimisation/compression advice
You should edit your actual Answer with that type of comment. The thing is right now because of how short your Answer is, and including a link, it gets flagged as possible spam / low quality answer and asks higher rep members if it should be deleted. Editing your Answer to include the comment you just made would be a great way to fix that.
Jul
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comment Need png optimisation/compression advice
While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes.
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed How do I make dotted borders in Photoshop?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I open a Corel Draw file in Adobe Creative Suite?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Adobe Illustrator: How do you expand a vector to the extent of the stroke?
Jul
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comment What tools would Monks use when DESIGNING a large illuminated letter or pattern?
Just so you know your edit is why I haven't marked this correct. I did upvote it. Really hoping for a more technical answer about the tools and methods they used to actually design / plan / construct the image, not so much about the paper and paints.
Jul
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awarded  Nice Question