Looking for Graphic Artist

Hello,
I'm looking for a Graphic Artist for help with redesigning a logo. A
long time ago, some one drew one by hand and it has be rasterized by
scanning.
But as you know "vector" drawings are much easier for embroidery work
and for scaling.
If there is a graphic artist out there intersted, please send email.
pstryjew at att dot net
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Peter Stryjewski
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Do you want it redesigned or merely reproduced in a different format?
If you're happy with the design of the logo, there are a number of programs that could convert it to a vector format - these include Corel Trace (part of the full Corel Draw package) and Adobe Streamline.
Meanwhile embroidery digitizing programs will accept the raster image as input. Someone in this newsgroup or alt.binaries.crafts.pictures might even be willing and able to do a version for you directly from the .jpg graphic on your web page (although it's a little small to work with easily ? a full-size un-compressed scanned image would be better to work from, and this would be true if you wanted to vectorize it yourself, too.
- Herb
> > >Hello, > > > >I'm looking for a Graphic Artist for help with redesigning a logo. A > >long time ago, some one drew one by hand and it has be rasterized by > >scanning. > > > >But as you know "vector" drawings are much easier for embroidery work > >and for scaling. > > > >If there is a graphic artist out there intersted, please send email. > > Here's a link to my design site: > >
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