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goreisking

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Hi All,

I am just finishing off the last part of my logo, well trying too.

I am just stuck into making the whole logo fit.

I have put what I need doing on the artwork if anyone could please help me.

Thank You
 

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Hybrus

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did you tried to use masking?
 

dv8_fx

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Hi All,

I am just finishing off the last part of my logo, well trying too.

I am just stuck into making the whole logo fit.

I have put what I need doing on the artwork if anyone could please help me.

Thank You
It may help anyone willing to do this if you upload the work file rather for them to recreate the entire logo.

Was this done purely in Photoshop or AI?
 

IamSam

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I made some minor changes that you asked for. No smoothing.

This logo needs to be entirely remade using shapes in Photoshop or, better yet, in Illustrator. This is a rastor mess!

Screen Shot 2015-04-28 at 10.22.20 AM.png

View attachment Test1.psd
 

dv8_fx

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Here's one re-done in a vector application exported saved as a png at 300 dpi....

PresdaleSample.jpg

The image behind is the actual size. If it's the edit you need, tell me the size needed so I can resize it in the vector apps and exported to specs.

And I agree with Sam. With respect to its creator, it's kind of rough. I had to try as much as I can to see to the uniformity of the shapes without deviating too much from the original.
 

goreisking

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Hi Again,

Also now the letter head (A4) I have created in printing out in bad quality?

Does anyone know why or can they improve the quality for me?

Text should be in courier, please copy spacing and everything exact.

I will upload the PSD file with the logo and everything.

Thank You
 

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Hybrus

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convert it to CMYK. notice when you converted it, some color/s became dull or something like washed out. so you need to retouch the color/s.
.CMYK is for print. RGB is good for digital displays.
"correct me if I am wrong".
 

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