Leaflet Covers - Advice Needed

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Hey, got these leaflet covers to be in for an assessment next week, just looking for some advice on them.
Appreciated :D


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Let me look in my crystal ball to see what's in the leaflets. Oops, I broke it. Why don't you use that picture under your name?
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er... i dont get it?
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Forget about it. Pretend I never said anything.
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nice work on both of them. The space one I'd probably change the font on the title, it looks like a rather standard font.

I like the way you've wrapped the text around the planet and ring.

The other one also is very good, the cutting out around the images are quite noticeable though, the top image doesn't sit well in contrast with the rest of the images which are rather vibrant in colour.

Overall though, looks great!

What level are you doing at school?

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hey thanks for the input, still dont understand the posts before you tho? :S

yeah iv already changed the font on the space one, noticed that id chose the wrong one.

what images stand out to you the most noticable to you for the cutting out?
whats the best method for taking images out? eraser and lasso..and a lot of time yeah?

i see where you are comming from with that top image now looking back on it, looks a bit bland compared to everything below it, will have a look for a replacement pic.

im just in my first year just now, doing HND in visual communications
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After you cut out the image using the lasso tool you can remove the fringe pixels from a selection:

Select the object and put in on a floating layer (layer>new>layer via copy then deselect and hide the original layer
choose layer>matting>defringe
enter a value in the width text box for the distance to search for replacement pixels. in most cases a distance of 1 or 2 pixels is enough then click ok


the defringe replaces the colour of any fringe pixels with colours of nearby pixels containing pure colours (those without the background colour)

the three men at the bottom are the ones which need it the most.

PS; dont have a clue what the other person was on about either :lol:
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arite cheers, il try that out tomorrow :D

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