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  • designzombie
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    designzombie
    Then the grad program should be titled "Design Process Management." And the principles of good design aren't any more relevant to print than they are to electronic media.
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    this version has eyes, nose, mouth knocked out. Dog reflected and moved over......
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    Thanks Craig-- good ideas. I don't think this it a total solution but I have a version where I knocked out the eyes and mouth that I'll upload.

    Ultimately It might take something like...
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    Hi farmgeek. Welcome to the forums.

    I agree that the drop shadow can be dismissed. In my earlier days I thought shadows were awesome as well, but realized that it makes things a bit too busy...
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    Thanks for the feedback PrintDriver. Agreed on the drop shadow-- it's been on the chopping block.

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  • Printing tiff separations in illustrator 10

    Our art files are a combination of transparent .tiffs and vector art shapes placed behind them. I can print color separations using Illustrator 8 without a problem; why do the .tiff files loose transparency and block everything behind them when I print separations in Illustrator 10? We use Apple computers, if this makes a difference. Someone else out there must have this problem too? A little help please?
    Last edited by tg724; 03-08-2006, 07:57 PM.
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