Creating "true clones"


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Creating "true clones"

In this movie I'll introduce you to another feature of Smart Objects that doesn't have a name, that is to say Adobe has never given it a name, which is why I call it True Clones. And the idea is you can create several copies of a Smart Object and they'll all link back to a single original. So we're going to start with this revised version of the artwork, you can see that I've switched out the Tiger's head for a more colorful piece of stock art, but it still a Smart Object that links back to Adobe Illustrator, and I also have this layer of text. We're going to go ahead and convert the text into Smart Object and copy it several times to create this watermark pattern.

And the idea is we're including this watermark, so if we give-away the image for free it's not usable until somebody purchases and downloads an unwatermarked version of the composition. But because I've set the watermark up using true clones, I can always switch out the company...

Creating "true clones"
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Creating "true clones" provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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