|Posted: 11/13/2012 8:50:54 PM|I have another silhouette question. If I am using a layered shape how do I get them to all be proportionate? For example I want to cut out the work LOVE and it has 3 layers. I want to change the size to make it bigger but I want to make sure all of the layers fit together. I hope this makes sense.
Loc: Castle Rock, CO
|Posted: 11/13/2012 9:22:24 PM|
You have to "group" all three layers together, then re-size, then "ungroup" them to cut them.
|Posted: 11/13/2012 10:51:02 PM|
The steps the above poster suggested should work. Which design is it? You could also draw a box the size you want and then resize the largest layer to make sure it fits your dimensions.
Loc: somewhere over the rainbow
|Posted: 11/14/2012 12:34:01 AM|
I use my grid to check on sizing. I would group and then go by the largest layer lining up with the grid for the size I want, instead of going by the sizing it shows around the image.
Loc: East Texas
|Posted: 11/14/2012 4:25:27 AM|I would suggest that you use the offset feature. You may need to play around with it, but possibly do an internal offset and an (external) offset, then check your dimensions on the offset.
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Hope it works for you!
|Posted: 11/14/2012 6:19:00 AM|
I agree with the other posters. If the shape is already 3 layers in the store, use the resize tool to change the size to 4x3 and the ungroup to cut the 3 layers.
Or take the one layer and use the offset tool to create the two other layers.
Loc: Dallas, TX
|Posted: 11/14/2012 6:31:49 AM|
I totally understand what you mean.
Ungroup the design and move them away from each other. I usually arrange them in a row. Now you can click on each one and see what the size is.
To change the size select ALL shapes and resize by dragging one of the corners.
Click on individual shapes to see what the size is.
Let me know if this helps.