Digitizing to Vector Art
Most of the time the flow of the artwork is we have some kind of vector file and the customer request a digitizing file. This time it backward. The customer has a digitizing file that wants to convert to vector. We use the digitizing jpeg image from a hat and created a vector file for the customer for a t-shirt.
You might not have the graphic knowledge to create a new logo but with a few simple instructions, we can return a digitizing image to a vector art back to you for your printer to use.
Its starts with some few ideas
Here, the customer has provided photos of previous jobs and the below instructions:
If you look at logo on the hat on top. The client wanted new Art using the same Maltese Cross Design. Same Location for the IAFF letters. The information was no year, no Slogan and give it a need a new look! Using the basic layout above (Cross and Letters) with have flames shooting away from each section of the Maltese Cross. Flames start out in a wide Red pattern, fading and reducing in size with blue color and continuing to reduce and turn into a white to the tip 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 “
For anyone in need of original vector artwork, please sign up for a free account at our website (https://www.copyartwork.com/signup.php) and upload a “Hire a Freelancer” quote request.
For more information regarding our “Hire a Freelancer” service, please visit this page: