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Logo Re-Design

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by rammyboy, Oct 24, 2006.

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  1. rammyboy

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    I designed a logo a while back. Is fine for use on Business Cards, Letterheads e.t.c, but when you come to blow it up it loses quality.
    If anyone can redesign it and make it so it can be blown up large, i.e very large , A2? without losing quality, then we could probably agree a fee? (Cheap as if poss? :eek:)
    We need it for some signs we are having made!

    Many Thanks

    EDIT: Fonts "Elegance". Can send it if required?
     

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    You're never going to get that jpg clear enough to create a nice sign. They will need the original eps file (or other type of vector file) in order to make it look good. Unless you have the original file in hi-resolution somewhere, you're going to need the logo re-created using proper design software.
     
  4. swalsip

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    Because logos are branding they should be designed in a vector format. One will never know what it will be used for and when they are a vector the can be scaled to whatever size it needs to be.

    Is there a vector version of the logo? It can be recreated for a price.
     
  5. rammyboy

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    What Kind of price would i be looking at for recreation of the logo in Vector Format?

    Thanks
     
  6. Noyb

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    Did you get my PM ... I need the Font to replace it in the upsized image.
    I don't think we need to get that fancy on this one ... or costly.

    Once (If) it can be upsized to your satisfaction ... It can always be downsized without loosing resolution.

    But ... If you can get it in a vector format .. that would be great.
     
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    Happy 'Birthday' rammyboy!


    I don't make a habit of this, but I got bored, and it only took a few minutes (and I already had the font).

    nb: (PDF, EPS & Illustrator formats)

    edit: sorry Noyb, didn't refresh the page before posting!
     

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  8. Noyb

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    Sorrys not needed (what for ??) ... they look really great ... Did you use Illustrator ?
    Since you did this one .. how bout I make an embroidery pattern for him ?
     

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  9. swalsip

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    Nice job ...
     
  10. Dunko9

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    Resize for you. size like A2.;)

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  11. rammyboy

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    Thank you everybody!!!!!
    People on here are extremely helpful! Wish i was as useful with graphics software!

    Thanks again, you helped me out of a big problem!!!
     
  12. rammyboy

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    Noyb, i cant get to your attatchment?

    Thanks
     
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