Raf, you are one of the creative designers here! I am following your work, and each time you are beeter, and better!
Keep creating hi-quality things and you will be one day Elite on graphicriver!
Thank you Envato!
Arrrrr, I upload my files last year and has not been reviewed yet!
Appreciate it! (+Follow)
HAPPY NEW YEAR BUDDY!
Sada i zvanicno, SRECNA NOVA GODINA!
And now officialy, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Happy New Year!
Be healthy and safe in new year!
Oh my, what can I say but thank you very much to all the buyers. You have placed me as NUMBER 1 top author in December 2012. I have always dreamed to get there for many months and today, it has become a reality. I can’t believe what I am seeing. I am overwhelmed with joy and couldn’t keep it to myself but wanted to shout it out. Thank you and thank you always.
Thank you Sherman Jackson, CipheredDesigns, Chiccosinalo and many more – for your love, support, and intimate communication.
I will be releasing some of my songs/compositions on Audiojungle starting from next year. And will also venture onto Themeforest this coming year as soon as I finish studying Wordpress.Respect to all my fellow authors!!!
You are great person and amazing artist!
Keep learning and posting new items! Wish you good luck in New Year and wish you a lot of success in future!
There is one simple secret in using this first option. Group all layers and convert to SMART OBJECT before changing color mode. There are filters and color variations that wont be translated well when you change color mode from RGB to CMYK. Saving your project in SMART OBJECT other than MERGING ALL is advisable.
NOTE: Changing color modes back and forth (RGB to CMYK and vice versa) may result to obscure color translation. So better start your printable design in CMYK and drag and drop RGB elements converted to smart object.Oh yes, you can work with two different color modes and combine them. Create the major document as CMYK and create another document in RGB for certain lightening and huge saturation filters/layers and group and convert to smart object. You can drag and drop it inside the CMYK document and can always modify any of the elements/filters through the smart object section.
Thank you a lot!