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revised How can I work with a client that doesn't know what they want?
"rough shod", not "rough shot"
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comment Raster effects causing issues with selection in Illustrator
Outline view's not an option since I need to still alter gradients, fills, etc.
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comment Raster effects causing issues with selection in Illustrator
Yeah - that works but it adds a lot of extra steps, and sometimes I need to select an item and the next item below it. If I lock the object on the top I can't select it.
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revised Did they steal my work?
"counsel" is advice from a lawyer. "council" is a bunch of people sitting around in a room.
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comment Arrange multiple items at once in Illustrator
I was able to get what I needed with a single drop shadow, but the clipping mask is a great idea to keep in my toolbox.
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comment Arrange multiple items at once in Illustrator
I considered using a blend; unfortunately they're not all exactly the same (some are longer in other sections of the building) and I've already created them. This is good stuff for the future, though.
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comment Arrange multiple items at once in Illustrator
Yup. I'm creating an illustration of a building (actually multiple buildings; this one happens be be clapboarded) and I need to create clapboards with a shadow at the bottom.
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answered How can I efficiently make several hundred signs for a plant sale?
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answered How to decide what type of paper to use for a flyer to hand out at a tradeshow?
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revised Must one have a knowledge of fine art to be a Graphic Designer? Should all Graphic Designers know how to draw?
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answered T-Shirt design from an A4 drawing?
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comment T-Shirt design from an A4 drawing?
You could try scanning it in at something ridiculously high like 600 dpi, then resizing it in Photoshop down to 300 dpi but keeping the same pixel count (in other words - scan it in at 600 dpi; you end up with something like 4960 X 7016 pixels. Resize it to 300 dpi, but keep the actual pixel size at 4960 x 7016. You will now have an image that's larger than A4 but contain the same number of pixels. Since A3 @ 300 dpi (still probably fine for creating screens for t-shirts) is 3508 x 4961 you can scale and crop to get to A3 size from your original scan.