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so im trying to get some window vinyls made, but for a 10x10, the res is to low, any way to clear up the edges?
i have the PSD file as well
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Hi, so i converted the image to a vector this will allow you to make it as large as you want and conserve its appearance. This file may be opened in Illustrator or Photoshop. As for the edges, unfortunately i could not get them to appear straight, will try again later.


Here is the .eps file.
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For the lines to be straight you will have to redraw it in illustrator. As the above guy provided, the eps file is for a solid vinyl cut out. If you are getting a digital print then you can lean it a psd format and just in large it. What is the actual size of the finished decal you want and the design here? Let me know I do this for a living.
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For the lines to be straight you will have to redraw it in illustrator. As the above guy provided, the eps file is for a solid vinyl cut out. If you are getting a digital print then you can lean it a psd format and just in large it. What is the actual size of the finished decal you want and the design here? Let me know I do this for a living.
like first post says, 10x10in lol
the black is the vinyl cut, it just started hurting my eyes with the background transparent and words white lol
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Well redrawing can be done but it would take a hot minute.

Linkie to EPS
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Well redrawing can be done but it would take a hot minute.

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but thats completely different and no longer even matches the point of the decal..
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but thats completely different and no longer even matches the point of the decal..
Perhaps stating said point would be helpful, then? Are you asking me to make an exact copy, by redrawing the work in your first post?

As graphicsman pointed out, this is what he does for a living. I'm sure if you contacted him he would be more than glad for the business.
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Perhaps stating said point would be helpful, then? Are you asking me to make an exact copy, by redrawing the work in your first post?

As graphicsman pointed out, this is what he does for a living. I'm sure if you contacted him he would be more than glad for the business.
i just need help figuring out how to straighten the edges on the rods
post #9 of 13
You can try using the eraser on the edges, but it won't be perfect, otherwise you'd have to redraw it as a vectors image like the others said. There's no magic button that'll straighten it out if that's what you're looking for.
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You can try using the eraser on the edges, but it won't be perfect, otherwise you'd have to redraw it as a vectors image like the others said. There's no magic button that'll straighten it out if that's what you're looking for.
i would hoping there was a way to select the rods and pull in the selection a little smaller and trim off the edge. i think im going to print it, correct it VIA ink pen, and scan it. that should work
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