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Can I create a puppet in Photoshop then open/transfer it to Illustrator?

Explorer ,
Aug 19, 2019

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I'm currently creating a puppet in ProCreate using my iPad Pro and iPencil. ProCreate can export to Photoshop. I'd like to then export/import the Photoshop files for my puppet into Illustrator to finish. Is this viable? Is there a simple method?

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Can I create a puppet in Photoshop then open/transfer it to Illustrator?

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I'm currently creating a puppet in ProCreate using my iPad Pro and iPencil. ProCreate can export to Photoshop. I'd like to then export/import the Photoshop files for my puppet into Illustrator to finish. Is this viable? Is there a simple method?

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Valorous Hero ,
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Use photoshop on the ipad? ... when it becomes available... When will PS for iPad be released?!

I use Adobe Draw on the ipad which exports one way directly to illustrator or photoshop. You cannot continue editing however, which is why photoshop for ipad is much more interesting.

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Explorer ,
Aug 20, 2019

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Thank you for the Adobe Draw reminder. It might ultimately be the path I take in completing my puppet.

At this moment, I've been unable to find a method to convert my puppet (on my desktop) from Photoshop to Illustrator. This transfer/import to Illustrator of the puppet would be ideal. Not finding a way to do it. So far, as best as I can figure, I'd need to place each part of the puppet individually, image trace, expand, etc. Looks great, but tedious. Was hoping there was a method that was more efficient.

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Valorous Hero ,
Aug 20, 2019

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Character animator works with photoshop files as well you realize? Just checking!!!

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Explorer ,
Aug 20, 2019

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Yes. And thanks for checking. I want the vector aspect of Illustration.


I started drawing using the ProCreate (app on iPad using iPencil) and liking the raw results of the images...it will export everything to Photoshop. So I could use Photoshop and go directly to CH from there, yes. But it's the vector (tracing/expanding) and clean edges I like in Illustrator. It might turn out I'll have to paste PNGs of each layer and convert into Illustrator by hand. I had hoped and was curious if there was a system of simply exporting from Photoshop into Illustrator. Doesn't seem there is.

I do appreciate your attention to this question. Thanks.

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Valorous Hero ,
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It would be worth checking to see if you program generates vector artwork. I thought photoshop only does raster artwork (but I am no expert). Adobe draw can export as vector to illustrator or raster to photoshop.

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