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Here's what I'd do.... Start by separating the stem to it's own layer if it isn't already. Enlarge the stem layer to a decent size to see that inner texture. I chose to ignore the dark right side and focused on the clearer, mid-toned, left side. The enlargement was done because the starting image I had (taken from the question) was small. If your image is ...


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Very unlikely to do that in Illustrator, however Adobe has recently released the Fresco app which is specifically aimed at producing more realistic drawing and painting textures, beyond current Illustrator/Photoshop capabilities, so you may want to try this: https://www.behance.net/galleries/fresco https://www.adobe.com/products/fresco.html


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The proper way to do it is: use Adobe Illustrator or equivalent software that can generate a vector format PDF output design the card as per client requirements add a separate layer with the shape of the areas that need to be cut out for print (yes, you need to do this, not the printer). these are called 'dielines' and are discussed here: How should I set ...


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Textures can be added to Text in Krita by applying them via a Separate layer and then blending them with the "Overlay" mode. 1.Add Text as a Vector layer and then convert it to a Paint layer (as Krita doesn't recognise filters on Vector layers). 2.Add a Paint layer above the text layer and fill it with the necessary texture by going to Edit>Fill with ...


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