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UKFashion

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Hi Everyone,

I created a PSD logo and "Icon" for my upcoming clothing brand - (Brand Removed).

Upon printing my first T-Shirt, I have been told that my logo must be Vector to be able to work with Vinyl materials. The only problem is, is that I don't have inDesign, and have never used it myself before. I have a very short deadline and I am not in a position to pay for this being done anytime soon.

By any chance, could someone please convert my T-Shirt print into Vector? Bellow is my Icon that I would like converting on the T-Shirt:

The Icon, and not the image and T-Shirt it's self.
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If this is something someone can do for me, I have the PSD file and a PNG fine at around 1200pixels of the original icon.

Kind Regards,
UKFashion.
 
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ALB68

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You must be using Tapatalk. There is a Tapatalk glitch I understand. I get that same thing on my phone.
I can see the image just fine. Do you have just the logo without the shirt mock up. I'll do this for you if I don't have to do a lot edit work.
 

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You must be using Tapatalk. There is a Tapatalk glitch I understand. I get that same thing on my phone.
I can see the image just fine. Do you have just the logo without the shirt mock up. I'll do this for you if I don't have to do a lot edit work.
That's great news to hear, I really appreciate you having a go at it for me. I will get that uploaded for you, would you prefer it in PSD, JPEG or PNG? Also, do you recommend any good websites to upload to file too? Unless you would prefer me to email it to you.

Thanks again.
 

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That's great news to hear, I really appreciate you having a go at it for me. I will get that uploaded for you, would you prefer it in PSD, JPEG or PNG? Also, do you recommend any good websites to upload to file too? Unless you would prefer me to email it to you.

Thanks again.
The PSD file would be fine. I'll send you a PM.
 

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Larry, you have done an amazing job!. I didn't think it was possible to convert to vector this quick? I'd be interested in how this is done, as it will be very useful in my career.

There is one thing that I noticed, is that it is on a cream background and not white? there is some white letters on the icon, and some cream. Could you make all of the vector transparent please? Both, the background and the letters. The letters are supposed to be cutouts, rather than a colour.

Thanks again.
 
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ALB68

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Larry, you have done an amazing job!. I didn't think it was possible to convert to vector this quick? I'd be interested in how this is done, as it will be very useful in my career.

There is one thing that I noticed, is that it is on a cream background and not white? there is some white letters on the icon, and some cream. Could you make all of the vector transparent please? Both, the background and the letters. The letters are supposed to be cutouts, rather than a colour.

Thanks again.
This was traced in Adobe Illustrator with Image Trace. What your seeing is the fill. The attached file is shown in Ai's outline view that shows the actual lines that a plotter or laser would follow to make the applique. The colors (black and white don't mean anything in the process).
I selected some of the vector paths to illustrate. Whoever is applying the heat press vinyl will weed the excess from white material and press the leftover on, the black part is the shirt for the letters.
vector outline.JPG
 
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Brilliant work, I'm really happy with what you have done for me in such a short time, and most of all for free.

I have sent this of to the producer to get the printing done, thank you once again to Larry and PSG for allowing me to post here.

All the best,
UKFashion.
 
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ALB68

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Brilliant work, I'm really happy with what you have done for me in such a short time, and most of all for free.

I have sent this of to the producer to get the printing done, thank you once again to Larry and PSG for allowing me to post here.

All the best,
Aystot.
Your very welcome. Hope you get a good result.:thumbsup:
 

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