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Sep
11
comment Illustrator: Snap at some distance from existing objects
@Ilya Kogan See edit/update.
Sep
11
revised Illustrator: Snap at some distance from existing objects
added 318 characters in body
Sep
10
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
9
comment What are the basic rules for designing a book (novel)?
Would be glad if the downvoters could tell me why they downvoted this A...
Sep
9
answered Illustrator: Border effect for a path
Sep
9
comment How can I color a mixed object in Illustrator?
@bozdoz You don't even have to ungroup them. You can just double click the group to isolate it and then select stuff inside the group. This works unless you need to cross select stuff in groups. But maybe even this works if you use the direct select tool - key: [A].
Sep
9
comment Create Illustrator Smart Object From INSIDE Photoshop
No, you're right. What's strange is the Q itself, as it's - to me - not clear what's the goal could be. Even after re-reading my own A & the OPs comment, I'm still not sure if I really understand what's the Q here.
Sep
8
comment Create Illustrator Smart Object From INSIDE Photoshop
In this case: yes. But "such as .AI or .EPS, so they have to be created in AI, then placed in the Photoshop document." is a bit missleading.
Sep
8
comment What resolution do I need for images placed in InDesign?
Also JPG can be provided with 300pi+ as well
Sep
8
answered How can I color a mixed object in Illustrator?
Sep
8
comment Create Illustrator Smart Object From INSIDE Photoshop
Sorry, but that's not completely true. You can place close to everything as smart object in ps. Even (and I just tried that - yea, it makes no real world sense) the file you're just editing in itself. Double (c)licking the layer brings you to the file itself again without the smart object of itself. :)
Sep
8
comment Create Illustrator Smart Object From INSIDE Photoshop
Oh, it's possible. You have to write a script for that or use some automated protocoll. But opening in Illustrator? Why and what for? It's a sprite. You seem to have something wrong(?) in your workflow or didn't explain too well what you're trying to acchieve. Please update your Q with more detail and maybe some example.
Sep
8
revised logo on building
added linked graphics
Sep
8
revised logo on building
Moved Link
Sep
8
comment Photoshop - Extracting a transparent shadow from an image
@Luuk Should be a separate A as it's a separate route too take.
Sep
8
comment logo on building
An additional advice could be to play with soft edges: [Ctrl/Strg] + click on layer. Then [Ctrl] + [D] and select a radius. Then add a layer mask to blend with those soft edges. Normally that helps merging it with the background a little better.
Sep
8
answered Create a sprite using a sequence of images photoshop
Sep
8
awarded  Critic
Sep
8
suggested approved edit on logo on building