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  1. Hello all, Im trying to achieve a distressed look on an American flag for a client, which is proving to be troublesome for me. I have an SVG file of the American flag, redid the color scheme per client request, and I am having trouble editing/erasing/distressing the texture on the flag. The WIP is attached, but is ultimately unable to achieve what is needed. The second attachment is what the client is specifically looking for. So basically, I need a vector flag with distress on the image (to simulate wear & tear), and retain a transparent background in between the lines, if that makes any sense. Any pointers or advice would be greatly appreciated, Thanks American Flag Distressed.pdf
  2. Hi there, I'm completely new to AD and I'm trying to distress some graphics. In photoshop I would have maybe created a layer mask but can't seem to find an equivalent. Is this the wrong way to go about it? Suggestions gratefully received. Thanks. Geoff
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