This is not asked, but Inkscape has object sprayer. It can be set to avoid overlaps and the amount of random rotation and scaling are also selectable. You can spray at first big shapes and then smaller ones to get even looking distribution. Thick stroke, which can be thinned later can ensure minimum spacing as well as a grouped dummy shape which are later ...
This is for Inkscape 0.92, and uses the Interpolate Extension, although something similar could also be achieved in Illustrator using a Blend.
In Inkscape draw a pentagon, and fill it black, no stroke
Copy and paste it in place
Scale the copy to a small pentagon in the centre of the larger pentagon, and fill it white.
Select both pentagons, and do ...
Obviously you want this:
In the left there's some black shapes drawn as seen straight to downwards when flying above the shapes. The shapes are paths and path-like basic curves such as circles and rectangles. Raster images do not work nor groups, but paths and path-like curves which do not overlap (see NOTE1) can be combined with Path > Combine.
In the ...
The answer from @GeradFalla works on some instances, but I don't know why sometimes it doesn't. I found the trick a long time ago and have since forgotten it, but this is another approach that works for me:
Select all the individual objects you want to be cut out and group them
(or select the add button)
Make sure the new group is above the background ...
You could use Illustrator CC's Rounded Corner Widget functionality.
Draw a shape without curves, then select only the corner widgets you want to round by Shift+clicking them to make a multiple selection, then click and drag them to make the curves.
You could use the Adobe Illustrator Draw app. It works on Android devices, and is available in the Google Play store.
To add an image, begin a new project. Tap the Layers icon, tap the + icon to add a new layer. Choose "Image Layer", select an image from your gallery or take a photo, or use select one from your cloud files, etc.
If you tap on the image ...
A possible work around would be to apply a linear gradient to the stroke, sampling both objects' fill colours for each end stop of the gradient. However the gradient won't move automatically with the diagram connector. You'd need to reposition the gradient each time you moved the objects.
Stock art almost always comes with the text converted to outlines. You can edit it as a regular vector shape by manipulating anchor points, but it is no longer editable as live text. Instead, you have to completely replace it with new text elements of your own. It might seem counter-intuitive for a company to offer text-based stock art with no live text, but ...
the layer is smart object, double click on thumbnail, and switch over automatically open in adobe illustrator as vector witch have many layer.
First of all let me clear that Smart Objects aren't layer, They're barely objects(files) and photoshop only contains it's links.
When we edit smart objects, Photoshop orders system to execute the file when we edit ...
Just copy Illustrator contents and paste them in Photoshop.
Photoshop will ask you what format you prefer.
Choose the Smart Object option.
Also, you can drag it from Illustrator to Photoshop.
Note: We cannot create this kind of Smart Object inside Photoshop because every Smart object created inside Photoshop will be edited in Photoshop (when we double ...