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  1. Hi Alfred! This works fine so far... but colours the wooden background too. Any idea how to solve this? Thank you!
  2. Hi, i would like to create a t-shirt mock-up (template where you can put logos on top and change color of shirt). Example: Ass you can see the guy didn't took a photo of each coloured shirt, he just made one photo and coloured the shirt afterwards with software. My questions: 1) So i take a photo of a shirt - which colour is the best for the template? White? 2) How do i colour the shirt? 3) How do i put the existing shadows on top of the coloured shirt? Many thanks!
  3. Great idea! Didn't use the gradient for "hard" color changes, only blurred ones...
  4. Hoj Hans! I was dreaming about exactly this solution tonite in my bed :-) Cheers! *g This should also work when GEO->ADD all objects of the same color (in this case the 2 red bars).
  5. Hi Hans, masking does use the non-white curves and leads to this strange result: And it's still not really subtracted so the (t-shirt) printer can't use it. But my main problem is: It's not possible to Geo->Add objects with different colors right? So have to GEO->ADD objects of the same color and "distress" them manually?
  6. Hi, i would like to merge the text and the 2 red bars (with geo->add) to put an all-over distress-effect (geo->substract) on it: But everytime i try to merge the bars and the text it results in one curved vector (correct so far) but with the text in color red! Any ideas? Thanks! test.afdesign
  7. Hi, is there a way to sort/order assets by name? At the moment it's in the order i've added the assets: Thanks! NBG
  8. Great, this is really *the* solution! Many many thanks! Send me your address and i'll send you some beer! Is there a way to save and "import" such objects? Or do i have to create my own collection (in every layer a different texture vector layer saved in an single .afdesign-file) and drag them into another window with the letters?
  9. Ok this exports non-rastered as PDF... but it's still not "glued" together: So how can i cut out the white lines out of the curved letters? diss.afdesign
  10. But what is the difference between an imported vector texture AND a "converted to curves"-image? Where do i "perfom a substact op"? What worked for me is: 1) Vectorize an texture to 2 colors, only export the white color (lines) and the black ones are transparent 2) Put this .svg-file on top of the curved letters. 3). Export as PDF (no rasterizing)
  11. Hi firstdefence, yes your way works also but the export as PDF faces "rasterising" too
  12. Is it really 1.98 points? If i convert 7 mm to points i get 19.8 points...
  13. Really? I don't want to draw the lines by hand! There must be an other solution. Can't believe that AD is that limited...
  14. Yeah but i don't want a new printer I just want to export a PDF as usual. Also the logo(s) will be used for stickers etc. so i need it there as PDF too.
  15. Hi, maybe you have read my other post regarding the distressed logo. My printer only guarantees lines and details down to 0.7 mm in size (narrower lines and smaller details may still be visible). Is there a way to easily check if all elements are "thick" enough? I saw such a tool on an other design tool... moving over the lines showed the "thickness" in pixels/cm/inch. Thanks, NBG