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« on: June 07, 2018, 22:25 »
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Guys, I submitted only a few vectors so far, and my last one was rejected for embedded images. I can see the embedded images in the links panel. All the images is basically just a single color fill. Is there a quick way to replace these images with a real fill and get rid of them completely? I can do it one by one, but it takes a lot of time.

Basically, to explain more, what I have is a bunch of shapes, but their color fill comes from embedded images underneath them, and I have to get rid of those embedded images and replace the color from the images with the real fill. All embedded images have just a single color.

Thanks in advance.
« Last Edit: June 08, 2018, 01:40 by Dreamframer »


« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2018, 00:04 »
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Guys, I submitted only a few vectors so far, and my last one was rejected for embedded image. I can see the embedded images in the links panel, and I was wondering is there a way to convert such images into a vector? All the images is basically just a single color fill. Is there a quick way to replace these images with a fill and get rid of them completely? I could probably do it one by one, but that would be tedious.

Basically, what I have is a bunch of shapes, but their color comes from embedded images underneath them, and I have to get rid of those embedded images and replace the color from the images with the real fill. All embedded images have just a single spot color.

Thanks in advance.

I've faced many time with these reasons for rejecting:
  • File is autotraced
  • File has limited commercial value

I have just to rework it sometimes and re-submit.
or the confirmed working process is rename-resubmit

« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2018, 02:44 »
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I actually found a solution. When I export it as svg from Photoshop all the bitmaps disappear. :)

« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2018, 05:34 »
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I actually found a solution. When I export it as svg from Photoshop all the bitmaps disappear. :)

Glad it fixed for you. But why are you working with photoshop for vectors? Use Illustrator or CoralDraw for it.

« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2018, 15:23 »
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You shouldn't be using any bitmap work in your vectors anyway. As a buyer and contributor I can say that it's incredibly irritating to download your "vectors" and then have to fix raster elements used.

« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2018, 22:28 »
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I do work in Illustrator, but I wanted to try being in Photoshop. And yes, I know I can't have any rasters. All is sorted out now. I'm still learning. Most of my files are photos.

« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2018, 06:20 »
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You shouldn't be using any bitmap work in your vectors anyway. As a buyer and contributor I can say that it's incredibly irritating to download your "vectors" and then have to fix raster elements used.


Or worse, buying what is called a vector, preview looks like a vector, downloading, then finding out its just a jpg embedded in illustrator, with no vectors at all.

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« Reply #7 on: June 17, 2018, 12:29 »
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You shouldn't be using any bitmap work in your vectors anyway. As a buyer and contributor I can say that it's incredibly irritating to download your "vectors" and then have to fix raster elements used.


Or worse, buying what is called a vector, preview looks like a vector, downloading, then finding out its just a jpg embedded in illustrator, with no vectors at all.

That would never be put up for sale at a decent agency, would it?


 

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