I wondered if I could use Rhino instead of Macromedia Freehand (being a Freehand user) to create some shapes over a photo I needed to get into Photoshop.
With Freehand I would import the photo, then draw over it, also placing a box hugging its edge, select the box and drawings and export as eps. Then in photoshop go file>open the eps and enter the photo width then place it over the photo, the box ensuring a proportional fit.
I created a couple of shapes and drew a boundary around my photo, selected the objects and went File>Export Selected and couldnt see eps, so chose adobe illustrated knowing that photoshop is compatible with adobe’s Illustrator. I got Unable to parse the postscript.
Any ideas on this, I was hoping to export as eps.
I had chosen a line thickness different than default, again hoping it would be that thick in photoshop, as an eps would have given.
Having used Rhino for a number of years now I wish its curve trim abilities existed in Freehand.