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b00st3d's picture

How to make vectorized logos?

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Lets say I have a logo that I wish to vectorize for a vinyl cutting plotter...any tutorials/tips out there?

thanks

Jacques LeStrapp's picture

Use this web site ...

http://vectormagic.com/home

Abulhaarith's picture

You could use Adobe Illustrator to draw the vector and have the drawing or image of your logo as a reference picture.

(Or vectormagic works too)

jetcutter's picture

I use this for scanned images and the like.
http://www.arborimage.com/aihome.htm
Well worth the money.
Jet

Lara Croft's picture

will the http://www.arborimage.com/aihome.htm software allow me to save it as an eps that i could then import into corel draw and scale up to any size for cutting.
thanks

jetcutter's picture

Yes it will.
It is a raster to Vector tracing program.
Also saves in .CDR files.
Takes a bit of experience with it, But I still swear by it.

Stefan8's picture

Hey guys , you real helped me out with your link resources.

Thank you !

IntegraphixDesign's picture

I was wondering this as well - I've had plenty of clients give me .jpg files of their logo. Thanks!

//Jenn @ http://www.integraphix.com

jargonsix's picture

Save yourself the hassle, try http://www.copyartwork.com . those guys are pros. I think they use to advertise here long ago.

LogoGeek's picture
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Corel Trace, Adobe Illustrator, and maybe Gimp does it as well. Or you could always pay someone to do it for you.

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