I am trying to create a logo for web purposes.
I have two objects: a black rectangle and a curve.
I need to make the "final" rectangle to looks like this:
So, whenever I put the rectangle over another image it will be transparent like:
I have tried combining them but the result is not what I need:
Also tried Powerclip, same result:
Using Back-minus-front to subtract the "P" from the rectangle?
Smart Fill? By clicking somewhere inside the rectangle, but outside the "P"?
You might try selecting the nodes of one curve shape, say the square, and right click > Reverse Subpaths, then with the square on bottom select both objects and then combine via "Back minus front"
It looks like you're not far enough over to the right, presumably because you are working with a font instead of an object. Try 'convert to curves' (CTRL Q) and then cutting it like before
Am I seeing this right? The result should look like A?Well, that's pretty easy to solve. Cut off the overlapping piece from the "P", remove it.Then place everything on top of each other: first the black rectangle then on top of it the white "P".Align flush. That's it.
I believe Eskimo's solution solved the problem.