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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by ShaunRyk, Apr 16, 2012.

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  1. ShaunRyk

    ShaunRyk Thread Starter

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    Heys guys I was just wondering if anyone could convert a .JPG to .DST
    I'm trying to get some custom hats made for myself.

    If someone would be willing to help I would REALLY appreciate it, it would save me about 50$.

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    I'm new to this site as well I've been on a few different forums so I know my way around :)
     
  2. wowzer

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    From what I've seen and read here... thin lines and small letters don't do well. Noyb will be along...he's the wiz.
     
  3. ShaunRyk

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    hey thanks man and yeah I don't care about the fonts in the tie just want the bear to be honest
     
  4. ShaunRyk

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    Hey if anyone is still willing to do this for me I still need it :)

    @Noyb if you could PLEASSSE help me out with this one.

    I would really appreciate it.
     
  5. Noyb

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    Something like this ???
     

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    yes!!!! thank you SO much man appreciate it BIG time <3
     
  7. robertsb

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    NOYB seems to be able to do exactly what i need! Noyb, would you be able to make a .dst file for the following image? I dont have the necessary programs the second one is fine if the first isn't of high enough quality
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  8. Noyb

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    First one's too Small, will need a better picture.
    How's this ???
     

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  9. robertsb

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    looks great! over time i was hoping you'd go with the second instead of the first! thanks a lot! will the store be able to resize it (i am unfamiliar with the size of hat logos)
     
  10. Noyb

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    Not sure, But I'd think they could (should) resize for free ???
    I didn't know what size you wanted
     
  11. robertsb

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    looks great! it's pretty much perfect. what is the name of the program you are using?
     
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