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accepted Preventing the overlay of outlines without putting the border on a group/layer
Oct
3
comment Preventing the overlay of outlines without putting the border on a group/layer
Oh, I see what you mean now. Interesting solution.
Oct
2
comment Preventing the overlay of outlines without putting the border on a group/layer
@Scott I'm not sure I understand. Doesn't the torso have a single stroke ?
Oct
2
revised Preventing the overlay of outlines without putting the border on a group/layer
added 68 characters in body
Oct
2
comment “Darkening” a colour so that it's equivalent to the original when made transparent
@Scott Sorry for the long delay. I completely forgot about this question. Sorry, it looks like the eyedropper tool doesn't make the same color. So far, the only working method I see is to put a square of the full-opacity color behind the 90 % opacity one.
Oct
2
comment “Darkening” a colour so that it's equivalent to the original when made transparent
Sorry for the delay. I completely forgot about this question.
Oct
2
asked Preventing the overlay of outlines without putting the border on a group/layer
Dec
20
awarded  Talkative
Oct
21
comment “Darkening” a colour so that it's equivalent to the original when made transparent
Uhm, I'm not talking about altering blend on part of an object. That's just how I faked the visual example. What I want to do is to essentially counteract how transparency lightens my colour on a white background. Expressed a bit like algebra, it would be BaseColor-10%opacity+x+WhiteBackground = BaseColor, and the goal is to find x, and the goal is to make x not be opacity. For example, I did something KIND OF like what I wanted by substracting 10% from each R, G and B value, but that wasn't quite it. Saturation and lightness didn't do it either.
Oct
21
asked “Darkening” a colour so that it's equivalent to the original when made transparent
Aug
27
awarded  Supporter
Jul
28
awarded  Teacher
Jul
28
answered Align objects by stacking (align top to bottom, left to right, etc)
Jan
18
comment Flash: Creating a single walking pattern for multiple characters
Well, yeah. Putting images in a vector animation is pretty silly. But uhm, does a setup like I showed work? With sub-layers.
Jan
17
comment Flash: Creating a single walking pattern for multiple characters
Darn. They mostly do fit, but I adjusted one of them some. Like, the boy has slightly wider shoulders and narrower hips. It won't do for him, I guess? Also, when I import my Illustrator files, will there be Clip objects for each layer, or do I have to import each of them separately? My layers are organised like this (sorry about the French): i.imgur.com/n5nBw.png
Jan
16
awarded  Student
Jan
12
awarded  Editor
Jan
12
revised Flash: Creating a single walking pattern for multiple characters
deleted 92 characters in body
Jan
11
asked Flash: Creating a single walking pattern for multiple characters