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revised Clipping Mask in Illustrator using Photoshop image
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comment Clipping Mask in Illustrator using Photoshop image
Using a coin analogue, to better express my end goal. On one side of a nickel, you have heads, on the other side you have tails. Hold the coin with your index and thumb, so heads is facing you (all axis points should be zero) and rotate that coin with your opposite index finger, as it rotates you see one side then the other. This same motion is what I am trying to capture, but with two 512 x 512 images with a corner radius of 80. One image represents the heads and the other represents the tails. The 3D effect is needed so when the side of the coin is visible, it looks beveled. @Scott
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comment Clipping Mask in Illustrator using Photoshop image
I apologize for the lack of information I am very knowledgeable with photoshop, but illustrator I am not. In fact I just started using it today, because I am trying to create a 3D effect on an image. I can bring it over to illustrator anyway I need to, path or not. For me the first thing is to bring the image over to illustrator so I can create the mask, then 3D effect the image and finally place a different image as the back of the 3d image. Basically when it rotates it shows one image on one side and other on the other side. I thought illustrator would be my best bet. @Scott
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comment Clipping Mask in Illustrator using Photoshop image
I apologize for the lack of information I am very knowledgeable with photoshop, but illustrator I am not. in fact I just started using it today, because I am trying to create a 3D effect on an image.
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