Here you can see how a flame (at least a blue one) looks once vectorized. This used different colored elements rather than gradients or bitmap effects to achieve the look of the design while being in a clean (print friendly) vector format.
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Having a picture or scan of a stitched-out patch redrawn in the vector format is another common request. Once the patch is vectorized, it can be screenprinted onto shirts, etc. This one is simple enough to have done for the standard $14, ones with a little more detail can be done for $18.
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The original is a jpg of a picture taken of the logo, and then crudely cropped out. Since we are only vectorizing the logo with the firefighter hat and ax and other tool, what is around it doesn’t matter. This is another example of something vectorized from a picture taken. You could even take a picture of a billboard and have that vectorized. Not a bad idea…
Images of this complexity can be done for the standard $14 “easy” charge. If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file at our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page
This one qualifies as an $18 hard order as it is harder than the normal easy logo, but can be done for less than the custom orders. Notice how the 3D graphics effect cannot be translated to vector, but it can be recreated to resemble the original and look like a painting compared to it.
You can email us the image if you are unsure if it would fall into the $18 category.
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Here, the customer has provided photos of previous jobs and the below instructions:
Look at logo on the hat on top. * Client wants new Art * Same Maltese Cross Design * Same Location for the IAFF letters * No Year * No Slogan Need new look! * Using the basic layout above (Cross and Letters) * Have Flames Shooting away from each section of the Maltese Cross * Flame starts out in wide Red pattern, fading and reducing in size with a blue color and continuing to reduce and turn into a white to the tipp of the flames * In other words each flame coming off the Cross sections does so in three colors Red, Blue, White. * The flames on hats two and three are just samples of past hats. Your flames just need to look new and different. Back of Hat * Simple All CAP letters type-set in Arial Rounded Bold font that says “MDA & FIREFIGHTERS” text for under front logo. Arial Bold all CAPS “FIGHTING ON FIGHTING STRONG ”
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