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  1. v_kyr, this is so helpful to me. All of these are all excellent techniques and tutorials. Is it possible to download them onto my computer so I can keep a file of these techniques? Thank you so very much.
  2. Wow, that's great. Such a simple, elegant solution. Thank you so much. Have a great weekend, Anto!
  3. Thank you so much. And for drawing the glass as a vector. So much to learn. I admire you all that just seem to know how to do these things. I think what I'm trying to do is make the hand appear on the other side of the glass. It appears to me this is the right arm, therefore, the body of the glass should be obscured by the hand. As it appears to me now, the beer glass seems to be floating on the back of his right hand. I realize since this is a line drawing with no fill this may be difficult to convey. I will try your original fill technique and see if it works here. Thank you, Chris
  4. anto, can you also help me figure out how to move the beer glass behind the hand in this image? So far, your mini tutorials have been so helpful to me, and i really appreciate it. sandbox bbb logo final.afdesign
  5. This is great. I just made a whole bunch of variations and was able to get this done tonight because of you! Thank you so much, anto!
  6. Thank you so much, Anto! This is fantastic, and such a great method. Can you please explain to me how I can change the lines of the body to white, so that it is a white line drawing with no fill, and only the beer is in color? I was able to make the lines white by using FX>Color Overlay, but can't figure out how to keep the beer the original color, rather than it turning white, too. (attached) Thanks again, Chris bbb-eps.eps
  7. Hello again, Can someone please tell me how I can make the background transparent so that the image is outlined with black, but filled with white so that I can place it on a (yet to be decided) colored background? Thank you so much. Chris
  8. One of the images used on the TV shows is what the client sketched. (attached is the original Hitchcock logo used on TV). I think he's hoping for a line drawing that is very simple and just using lines to suggest the figure head and arm are about to sample a beer, as if to judge it's taste.
  9. May client (friend) got back to me with some details: ...was thinking about mimicking the Alfred Hitchcock logo. I drew up a sketch and was just thinking of keeping it in dark grey and white and adding the holding a glass of beer like it was being judged; kinda imagine just holding a glass with just your finger tips. Then, maybe the beer could be yellow/gold as the only pop of color? So I really am not sure how to take the Hitchcock silhouette and turn it into a vector and change it, as I'm not versed at Designer. Thanks so much.
  10. Hi thomaso, Thank you for your helpful post. Yes, the client scanned a sketch he did and emailed me. There'd be an copyright infringement if I used the original Alfred Hitchcock image, so I bought some vector files that I thought gave a similar profile that maybe I could adjust using Designer. But I'm not well-versed in Designer, so am sort of trying to experiment a bit and make a vector work. Perhaps I can do that with the Hitch logo, if I can learn to draw something similar. Thank you, Chris
  11. Andy, It'll probably cost a fortune to buy an extended license. But maybe if I can redraw something that is inspired by the image, it'll be okay? thanks again!
  12. It'll probably cost a fortune to buy an extended license. But maybe if I can redraw something that is inspired by the image, it'll be okay?
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