Add Template to Object

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I want to create a slashed thru effect by dropping a purchased .ai template into or over an existing object. Both the existing object and template have transparent backgrounds. Should I use Illustrator or Photoshop for such? Which would yield the best effect? Thank you!

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I want to create a slashed thru effect by dropping a purchased .ai template into or over an existing object. Both the existing object and template have transparent backgrounds. Should I use Illustrator or Photoshop for such? Which would yield the best effect? Thank you!

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That depends on how exactly the template has been built.

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Thank you, Monica.

I purchased the template from Adobe within their Adobe Stock program.

Because I am a novice I have attached the information regarding it below.

I certainly appreciate your input. Perhaps, there's information in this screen shot that might assist in securing my execution of laying it/combining it to the graphic I included in my orignal post? - Bob

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You could for a start just overlay the scratches over the text and see what happens.

Just from the screenshot it's impossible to tell how it's been built.

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