it can't run photoshop and likely won't for a long time.
If you are running the iPad in conjunction with a macos computer, astropad.
I had the same one in the link and it was a good tablet at the fraction of a cost of a cintiq.
My only complaint (and this is on my end) is that it was very cumbersome to use with a 27" imac. Between the large computer and the large tablet it took too much room on my desk.
You have a typo on the bottom left. Fall is shown as FAll
Not everyone is able to obtain an agent.
When I was doing licensing years ago (paper products, greeting cards) I owned the copyright of the images which was spelled out in the contract but if I remember the copyright legalities were handled by the licensing company. I'll see if I can find the contracts.
CMYK images will not display accurately on any monitor, you can get close with a calibrated monitor but a screen is a different technology than a printer.
Remember that the color gamut of RGB is different form CMYK. Here is a worthwhile article to understand the differences.
You should supply the files however the printer will require them. If your publisher is unfamiliar with how the printer needs them than a conference call with you the publisher and the printer may be beneficial.
Also, when you actually do look at printed proofs - it is important to look at them under the proper light using a light box.
Sorry I can't point you towards a different location for the project folder, I do not know windows very well.
If you want to find a way to send me the file I would be happy to see if I can access it or find a way to open it for you. I have numerous versions of PS on several computers. If you use dropbox put it there and send me a link via message here.
I'll check back here periodically throughout the day.
Anytime you are working on an image always save backups as you are working.
No, you do not want to flatten the artwork as that will combine all the layers.
Depending what version PS yo are using there is an autosave feature that should be turned on, this saves periodic files as you work.
Try looking here - the path to the auto save files is *ProjectFolder\Adobe Photoshop Auto-Save* hopefully the autosave feature was turned on.
Lastly, for the future - turn on autosave if it was not, also, purchase an external drive and an app that will perform incremental backup every hour or two of your hard drive. If PS has been restarting you have a problem, it could be corruption, your harddrive but most likely you need more RAM memory. You may be maxing out photoshop/ram and when it fills up, it crashes. PS uses open space on your harddrive to supplement your RAM - how much open space is on your HD?
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