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  1. There's an a for Australia, and a W for women's and the overall design looks like the goal posts and goal square. but it also looks like WPS Office https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_c7SIbcTpySYbYobfhoeYClXLNdUhZhclzvD17w-GBACXAK9A3lbPTXPKEzKOtQJ3jky=w300
  2. How about some Aussie logos? They don't need the text or the grey background.
  3. Channel Nine TV station sponsor the semi pro Eastern Football League in Melbourne Australia Their logo is For every club in the league, the Number 9 jumper looks like this:
  4. One for the Aussies And one for the Americans
  5. Something I've always wondered about, but never actually had to do. Until now. I'm trying to re-create this: The idea is it's a TV set. What I am trying to do is re-create the outline around the screen which looks to have a white/grey to black gradient. Any ideas on how to do this in Illustrator? Would you just trace the shape, or is there a better trick? And how to make it so it looks like it fades?
  6. http://www.bomberblitz.com/~rmered/Basketball.ai
  7. I don't know where to reply, here or BF. This seems fitting. Just too many to comment on. Excellent stuff, love most of them. Each has a Discrim touch that is always unique.
  8. Multiply. 65% opacity. Do you think this looks like Polyester or Wool?
  9. Wasn't doing Darken. I guess reading the instructions and following them was what you expecting, well, I saw your little plan and avoided it. Have now Darken-ed and it works. Just need to find a better piece of material to take the shape out of
  10. Thank you, it's nice to be back. And this thing is driving me mental. So I did have a background layer, but I deleted it and still have the same problem.
  11. looks amazing. But I can't seem to make the Photoshop template transparent. Am I missing a step?
  12. Where did the Photoshop Help thread go? I am trying to find a way of creating a layer over the top of a footy jumper to make it look realistic. One for wool jerseys: One for polyester Any ideas? Am guessing it's going to end up being desgined in Illustrator (which these were) then have a layer added to it in Photoshop. But how to create that Layer.
  13. Does anyone know of a tutorial to turn these into a template? Or better still, could just step me through it here, where I can ask questions. File is here if you want to play with it: http://www.bomberblitz.com/~rmered/2011-Template.ai
  14. Least worst solution I've come up with so far is to make the original letters a Compound Path, then do the Offsetting. This way I only have to change one Compound Path, instead of all the letters that make it up. Still think CS2 handles it better though.
  15. well that's where I am at now. How do I not have to continually delete stuff I never wanted in the first place? Surely there must be some sort of setting that lets you only select the new Offset Path and not both Paths.
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