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Apr
12
comment When I export an image from Illustrator, why is it a slightly different color in the exported image?
Is it inside the Gamut Range? At least CS5 version of Illustrator forces CMYK colors to be inside the Gamut Range by default.
Apr
12
revised Why Illustrator CS5 Expand breaks my shape?
improved the title
Apr
11
revised Why Illustrator CS5 Expand breaks my shape?
further investigation and the results
Apr
11
comment Transparency to unpremultiplied RGB + Alpha
Whoa, cool.. Sure does require use of Actions to make it a bearable process.
Apr
11
comment Transparency to unpremultiplied RGB + Alpha
.png has a predefined palette color for 100% transparent black, which will propably be used (by photoshop) whenever theres 100% transparency just to save some diskspace.
Apr
11
revised Why Illustrator CS5 Expand breaks my shape?
fixed grammar
Apr
11
revised Why Illustrator CS5 Expand breaks my shape?
Added more detail to the problem.
Apr
11
asked Why Illustrator CS5 Expand breaks my shape?
Apr
11
comment Photoshop or Illustrator OR …
Kinda, yeah, but, no. I mean.. Yeah, sure, if you're ready to work your textures in photoshop and then apply them to Vector stuff, where you still hit the roof with scaling, and the benefits are questionable. The real problem being the quality that vector tools today provide are nowhere near the raster tools. I mean, when it comes to digital painting, and 2D graphic effects and manipulation, Photoshop still provides the ultimate results. You can and should use it in co-operation with Illustrator, but you shouldn't rely on Illustator alone just because you can avoid redoing stuff that way..
Apr
11
answered Photoshop or Illustrator OR …
Mar
2
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Mar
2
comment Photoshop: Animated PNG?
Wow! Thanks! After Aeons of waiting xD! Gotta check this out the first thing when I get home.
Mar
2
accepted Photoshop: Animated PNG?
Feb
16
comment How do I edit multiple layers at once?
There are numerous advantages to this. 1. You can resize the smart object, and layer styles within the smart object scale too. 2. You can apply "smart effects" on it, that don't really mess about with the contents, rather the projection of the said PSD file. 3. As mentioned, you can still edit the insides of the smart object as freely as you would have before converting it. Only downside being the separate editing and 'committing'. +1 for the only proper way around it ;-)
Feb
13
revised Photoshop: How to save only the masked area of an edited photograph?
added 3 characters in body
Feb
11
answered Photoshop: How to save only the masked area of an edited photograph?
Feb
9
answered How can I create an animation of an image being drawn/painted, automatically?
Feb
8
revised Visually similar alternatives to Helvetica?
edited body
Feb
8
comment Are Macs preferable to PCs for handling graphics software?
@ghoppe: You missed the ethical point dude, Apple and Microsoft are monster companies, so the less I pay them alltogether the better. I already mentioned how stuff like installing things is easier on Mac so no point repeating me, I just don't find it worth the money because it's no hassle for me anyway.
Feb
1
comment New generation of Save icon that is not a “disk”?
Just the typical V shaped "Accepted" sign should be enough. Typically colored green. We use text based buttons for every other action that requires "Accepting" anyway, because they need to inform the user what do we accept. (+1 for the first idea there, tho it looks rough and the pen is too much to be standard.)