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Argyle

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  1. JoePoe, awesome tip! Wish I would have come up with that on my own, just to show mad skillz =D Trying it now, and went with too many objects to start with as Designer seemed to freeze, but I'll take it a few bits at a time and it should be fine. Thank you so much! Oval, cheers! Got so into this grunge thing I was about to forget kerning... Did it for the Thirdhand Store but everything else still needs to be checked. And also spotted a misspelling while looking at the kerning, so thank you for that too! Third hand on the armadillo =D Maybe it's freaky enough already, don't want to scare the customers... ...too much.
  2. Damn, that was quick, thanks guys! DWright here's a pic. The white objects are vectors that I'd want cut out of the logo. MEB, erase does the trick but I'd rather have the whole thing as vectors just in case I've got to do bigger prints out of it. The mask tool is kinda in the right track, but I'd need it inverted somehow. I could go through every element of course, but that'd be a shit load of work, so looking for an easy exit here =)
  3. Hey! I'm designing a logo for my company and I'm trying to make it so that I don't have to have a background on it. I've got all the elements in place and now I'd like to make a grungy distress thing on the whole thing. I've got all my logo stuff in one group and then a bunch of tiny vector grunge shapes in the other, and now i'd like to cut out the distress part from the logo. I thought the mask would do the trick, but it actually just shows the parts of the logo that are inside the distressed vector, so I'd need to invert the process. I'm propably not expaining myself in the clearest possible way, but hopefully someone could help! Cheers before hand! Jani
  4. Hey! Found out about Affinity Photo today, and the software looks pretty damn good! As a first try I continued working on a logo design I had going in Photoshop. PSD imported all good, but when I started going through the fonts, I encountered a little trouble. First of the font selection window filled the whole screen and I couldn't see the design anymore. Would be easier if I could just go through the font's with the arrow keys, without the whole huge selection window showing the samples popping up at all. I got over the problem by opening the Character -window though, but in that window I got the fonts to scroll down nice first, but after making a copy of a layer of one of the fonts I might want to use, the scrolling with arrows stopped working and it either moved the cursor in the typed text or the whole text up or down. Is there a solution for this or am I doing something wrong? Thanks before hand! Jani P.S. It might just be me, but I'm so used to copying layers by just draging them to the New Layer icon in the bottom of the layers palette, that I wouldn't mind you guys adding that function... =)
  5. Hey! Found out about Affinity Photo today, and the software looks pretty damn good! As a first try I continued working on a logo design I had going in Photoshop. PSD imported all good, but when I started going through the fonts, I encountered a little trouble. First of the font selection window filled the whole screen and I couldn't see the design anymore. Would be easier if I could just go through the font's with the arrow keys, without the whole huge selection window showing the samples popping up at all. I got over the problem by opening the Character -window though, but in that window I got the fonts to scroll down nice first, but after making a copy of a layer of one of the fonts I might want to use, the scrolling with arrows stopped working and it either moved the cursor in the typed text or the whole text up or down. Is there a solution for this or am I doing something wrong? Thanks before hand! Jani P.S. It might just be me, but I'm so used to copying layers by just draging them to the New Layer icon in the bottom of the layers palette, that I wouldn't mind you guys adding that function... =)
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