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what u working currently /gd/

me: currently doing a poster for a local coffee shop, trying to keep it traditional looking. bout 10 hrs in
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Wouldn't it be easier to do this in Illustrator?
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>>371088
Wouldn't it be ? > Yes.
Is OP retarded ? > Yes .
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>>371084
> Needing that many layers
Anon, what are you doing?
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>>371084
You need to fix this whole area, it kinda hurts.
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>>371084
nice art deco style, you are good at illustrating!
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>>371084
that looks amazing op!
i'm working on this lettering for a shirt design i was asked to make.
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I'm very proud of my achievements
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>>371084
I have to ask why you didn't use illustrator? Do you hate the people who are going to have to work with this, when it's printed?

Do you just not know Illustrator? It's fine if you don't, not going to be a dick, but this kind of work is what Illustrator was designed for, and if they want to repurpose the art, your workload would be so much easier if it were vectors. Plus, you'd never have to worry about maintaining sharpness, or having the colors shift enlarging or reducing the image.
I mean, great work, but it's time to learn Illustrator. Instead of a massive file, you could have one that's about a meg in size. Then just place it in InDesign. set the type - and it prints perfectly, every time - and making adjustments and corrections and modifications would be a LOT easier and quick.
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>>371084
how much money did you earn?
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Good job OP. Looks comfy



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