well the story begins when i had to place some car parts (fly-wheels) online with a white background. The problem, i didnt know how to get it perfect. I tried doing it through photoshop but it was not giving me the result i was looking for until it occur to me why wont i just transfer the files into illustrator instead. Since Illustrator doesn't not work with pixels its a straight line any way you put it.
First open the file in photoshop and save it as an eps. Open the file in illustrator and place the file in layer 1. Now select the object and lock it. With the object now locked go over with the pen tool (no fill) around the edge of the object. once done fill in the shape. (any color, doesn't matter). select the shape and transfer the shape into a new layer (layer 2) on top of the graphic (cut and...
Hi David, it only depends on your skills with illustrator and the object. i recently uploaded an image (see below) and it basically took me 5 minutes to process. Ultimately you never know how a image will do so i tend to treat all of my images equally. Also its to never be content with what you may already know. trying new ways and testing youself all of the time. eventually all of us be 42 cents richer :)
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