I'm making some graphics to be printed on a car. I have some lines with outer glow on them, but Illustrator won't render these unless I use 72DPI in raster effects reslution. I would like to go higher, but it won't give me anything. Guessing it's to heavy for Illustrator maybe? Is there anything I can do about this? I'm making my graphics in 1:1 scale, but I do it in a lower scale since it's just vector art anyway, however how would that effect my glow? Since it's a raster effect.
This happens in all versions I have been able to check in - CS5.5, CS6 & CC.
Repro: Import any footage to a new project - any resolution or frame rate. Create new composition from clip. Type in "Crop" in effects search Double click to load it. Result is an effect called "Wigglerama" & "transform" gets loaded instead of the required "Crop" effect
See attached image below - cannot believe I never saw this before
Have a project and need to find a way to produce a x-ray effect on a object.
Some methods have entered my mind on how this could be accomplished - > inverting the excised object from my photo(s) > desaturate the objects > inject some artificial luminescence with glow or lighting effects > create a canvas for the x-ray - Before any serious time is invested I thought it would be a good idea to see if anyone has done this before, or has any ideas.
I want to put a Sun onto an existing photo that looks very similar to this with all of the beams coming out, to make it look very realistic. Has anyone got any tips on how to create this or a good tutorial i could look at?
I've tried converting my image to grayscale then to bitmap, round halftones but I cannot achieve a similiar effect. Was this done another way? I was thinking the frequency (lines/inch) of my halftone was off, would there be a rule to follow as to how many lines per inch depending on image size?
I am trying to get at is a frontpage of a newspaper. I am going to scan a newspaper and replace the headings with my desired text..
Secondly I am going to replace the photo on the newspaper frontpage with my desired photo. Now, the whole page will be black and white, even the photo. But specific objects in the photo will be colored. Eg, the shoes will be colored but the rest of the body B&W.. How can I get that effect?
I've noticed a new lil' effect goin' around.. Looks like the pen tool is being used but could someone make a tutorial as to how it's done or link me to one? (Hence I've more of a visual learner, I'd preferr a tutorial with images) Here is what I'm talking about...
(The highlighted pen shaped areas. I know how to do the pattern,text,button,border... I just can't figure out how people are making those pen effects...)
I am trying to duplicate this Hawaiian Tropic logo for a decal set to do a diecast conversion. I have the Hawaiian tropic logo as an eps file but cant figure out how to create the black (drop shadow did not work to well at getting this look) and I tried for a good 30 min at least.
logo with orange stroke and a shot of what I want to end up with.
i want to create an effect, i want to draw horisontal lines that are slightly curved at some point so that they will represent a letter. i`ll try to draw i _____--_________ _____--_________ ________________ _____--_________ _____--_________ _____--_________ _____--_________ _____--_________ _____--_________
this was an 'i', it was simpler to draw the lines must not be interrupted, just slightly curved where the 'i' is.
How do you create a pan and zoom effect, like a video effect, on a picture? The technical term I believe is the Ken Burns effect from a still imagery. I know it can be done in Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro but I want to know if it is possible in Photoshop (CS6). It tried the options using the motion control but all I got was a fade out and fade in between two frames created from my image.Screen capture from Photoshop with the motion control window activated:
Why doesn't transform selection, tools, open (on random documents, more likely to work if I drag and drop than double click a file or use file->open), save, or "save as" work most times my computer is running? These actions have no effect. Restarting my computer doesn't always fix it. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium with Photoshop CS4 64-bit. Switching to Photoshop 32-bit fixes nothing. I have the patch installed.
I am trying to replicate the following pictures. What I want to do, is take an image of a city skyline, and make it look like it was from the classic streets of rage games. The video game pictures below are from streets of rage. Take a look at the city buildings/skyscrapers.
How can I do this as quick as possible? I was hoping there was another way than creating rectangles and making rows, then duplicating those rows! Plus it's really hard for me to see a city design like these in my head.
I also would like to take an image of New York for instance, and make it look exactly like the streets of rage buildings. How can this be done?