nayhem
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Why image sharp with white background, but blocky with transparent one?
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Your example image on the right is simply low resolution. It may look better at higher resolution. Illustrator should definitely be capable of this. In Photoshop, you can try using a luminosity mask—...

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When zoomed-in in Photoshop how do you scroll to out of canvas?
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In normal view, you can't overscroll until the image is zoomed larger than the available view. PS CC 2014 adds overscroll in normal view as an interface preference (Preferences > Interface : Options >...

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How do I do coloring like in this image?
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It is still common for comic artists to work as a team: a penciler that sketches the rough outlines and basic contrast, an inker that lays down lines and solid areas in the key color (usually black), ...

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Smoother shape animation
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Photoshop animation is strictly limited to these changes: Opacity Position Layer visibility perhaps some adjustment layer attributes None of the vector features have special attributes that can be ...

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Photoshop duplicate selection marquee, not pixels
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I don't recall Photoshop being able to do this. If it did, it was many versions ago, possibly before CS. (Mind you, I started on version 4.) What you can try is to toggle Quick Mask mode, make a copy ...

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Dark images from my laser printer. What to do?
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Color management is a pretty hefty topic, and worth the research. The basic problem is this: given a color value, what is the appropriate amount of light/ink/toner/etc. needed to represent the color? ...

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Joining curves in Inkscape
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Look for the 'Join" and "Cap" settings in the Fill & Stroke panel > Stroke style. Caps are applied at the ends of curves, and joins at corner nodes. You may get different results for two shared ...

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How can I make a png's Alpha contain undetectable colours?
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Seems to me that the yellow eye texture is used without alpha/transparency, and merely replaces the normal eye texture. Another part of the problem is that Photoshop Elements doesn't let you adjust ...

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What is the best way to remove the clouds from the background?
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Have a look at the picture's blue channel. The dark areas mostly correspond to the tower and cables, while the bright areas are sky. You can create a selection from the channel (Ctrl + click on the ...

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How to do animation frame pngs?
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You seem to be asking more than one question. It might be easier to assemble an animation strip in Photoshop, since it can take the image borders into account. You can generate output images in ...

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Photoshop Composite: Glass Reflection
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A real photograph taken in such dark conditions would have a wide aperture, which means less depth of field. This implies that the window (and the raindrops) would definitely be unfocused, and ...

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How to make a part of picture transparent in Photoshop Elements?
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Add a layer mask. The mask can either be on this layer, creating an opening for a layer below; or it can be on the photo, constraining the photo to the triangular area.

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How to create a logo made of fire?
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It's possible to do this entirely in Photoshop, but having a graphics tablet capable of reading stylus tilt and rotation will make this easier. Otherwise, there is plenty of flame stock art you can ...

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Adobe software undo selection
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Photoshop already does this. Step Backward (Ctrl+Alt+Z) lets you undo multiple changes in the order they occurred. Step Forward (Ctrl+Shift+Z) lets you redo any changes you actually wanted. I suspect ...

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