Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
With the help of the Rasterino plug-in we can precisely determine and set resolutions for Linked and Embedded bitmap images. I hope that you have already experienced using Rasterino if not, download 14 day free trials now!
Today we will take a look at interactive and numeric ways of cropping a bitmap image in Adobe Illustrator using the Crop Image Tool and Crop Image function of the Rasterino panel. You will also learn how to quickly remove extra white and transparent pixels on the edges of the image using the Trim Image function. With the help of the Rasterino plug-in, Adobe Illustrator gets tools that usually only raster graphics editors like Photoshop have.
In-line editing of the Embedded images outside Adobe Illustrator in raster graphics editors like Photoshop using native functions is impossible. To do this you first need to unembed an image. Rasterino allows conducting in-line editing of the Embedded images in a much easier and faster way.
This script allocates the objects on equal distance from each other along the chosen path. Unlike the Blend Tool (Replace Spine) distribution doesn’t depend on the curvature of the path, besides, you can allocate different objects which are located in one or a couple of groups…
Use the blend tool to create and distribute shapes between objects for your design elements as vector labels, wedding invitations, stationery, menus and products labels. In this tutorial we are going to explore one of the many ways how to use the Blend Tool inside Illustrator.
While working in Adobe Illustrator we often need to pick out the value of a parameter in the dialog box or in the panel. It’s long and not comfortable to use a mouse and keyboard for it. There are shortcuts which allow changing the value to one, to ten and even to 0.1…
Although we cannot assign shortcuts to a particular script in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, still there is a little trick which allows you to use keys to run a script. Here you’ll find out how to do it.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a business card, which has a spiral pattern. After reading today’s tutorial, you will master this tool and you can create your own design. Spiral elements are very common in various kinds of ornaments.
Despite the fact that we are surrounded by a lot of symmetrical creatures and objects, some of their elements are not symmetrical. Today you will learn how to create asymmetrical objects of the illustration without removing the symmetry axes of the MirrorMe plug-in.
Today we will review a few tricks that allow you to quickly select multiple objects in the Layers panel. I must confess that I recently had no idea about the existence of such opportunities. So far for me Shift + click has served as the only way to select multiple sublayers or layers in the panel. But it takes a while, isn't it? So let's simplify our workflow...
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