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Apple iMac 27-inch Thunderbolt by submicron Apple iMac 27-inch Thunderbolt by submicron
Introducing the Thunderbolt iMac Edition in PSD format. Please, note this not an image but a vector file which I created in Illustrator. You can omit the Apple logo if you choose to do so. Do not scale the PSD files up or down as you will get undesirable pixel interpolation. Now, enjoy. xD

NOTE: THIS ARTWORK INTENT IS ONLY FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE DISCLOSED HEREIN.

DO NOT MODIFY, REPRODUCE OR COPY THIS ARTWORK WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.


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GavinAsh Dec 23, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Awesome work mate, but editing in a wallpaper artwork isn't terribly easy. Could you perhaps include a layer that is adjusted to be in the right place that we can at least use with a clipping mask? Thanks, sexy design :)
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submicron Dec 23, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Have you tried it yet? This is fully editable. And what right place is that you asking? Everything is in layers. In fact, they all have separate folders. All 3 display sizes.

Not sure what you are asking for Really? BTW, thank you so much.
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GavinAsh Dec 24, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Yeah man, I see the folders and all that. Thats not a problem, in fact I used it here [link]

I'm just saying that I had to manually "guess" how to line up the image for display inside the iMac with the skew tool. I put it between layer "<Path>" and "Rectangle 2", but didn't have any guides as to how to line it up.

Am I doing something wrong?
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submicron Dec 25, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Looks awesome by the way. I see what you are saying now. The outline layer you see on the display is there for that reason. You can delete it if you wish after you finish with the skewing. You don't need to line anything up. Again, the layer outline is there for that.

You are not doing anything wrong. xD Now, if there's something missing let me know.
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GavinAsh Dec 25, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Thanks man, the iMac definitely helps in that! :D
I turned up the brightness on my mac and now I see the outline. I guess I'm just saying if it were an extra layer it would be easier to line up the photos. Cause when you are adding an image, it goes over the outline and you can't see to line it up. If there were a hidden layer of a sample image you put there, it would be faster to line up. Pity we can't use photoshop rulers on an angle... :(
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submicron Dec 25, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Yeah, I always wonder about why Photoshop has never had rulers in an angle?! Anyways, the outline layer you can always delete if you desired so. When I get home I will give it a spin. Perhaps a layer like you mention will work better. xD

Merry Christmas and thank you for the support.
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GavinAsh Dec 25, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Sweet man! Let me know if you replace the .psd upload :)

Thanks for your help buddy, Merry Christmas to you too!
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submicron Dec 26, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
I will. xD Thank you.
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hybridic Nov 28, 2012  Student Interface Designer
wow amazing
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submicron Nov 28, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Thank you. Enjoy.
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