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Replicating Fontdiner.com


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#1 Keichin

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Posted 15 November 2006 - 01:34 PM

How would I go about replicating the center red shape on the www.fontdiner.com splash screen?

Basically, I built the red background and the gray lines on top of it. Now, I want to mimick the red shape and lay it on top.

I went through once with the eraser tool and saved as a .PSD but when I imported into InDesign, it mad the red get this gray tint. So, I saved as a .tiff and used the clipping path function in InDesign.

It still has some white pixels hanging around the edge. What should I do?

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