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Dicky Work Shirt Outline???

Discussion in 'Clipart, Vehicle Templates and Digital Files' started by smullen, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. smullen

    smullen Member

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    Anyone know where I can get an outline of Dicky's Button Up Work Shirts, short sleeve like this one...

    http://www.dickies.com/product/prod...d=845524441761382&ADD_CART_ITEM::ATR_Sku_Size=_

    I've searched here, yahoo, Google and Bing, I can find tons of places to order shirts... But no outline.... I even tried by Work Shirt Template....

    Ideally, it would be in .ai but I guess I take what I can get... If there is something...

    I want to be able to place images on it too show someone different designs...

    Edited***How do I delete this image???*** n/m I see what you did by attaching it... Make sense and I appologise again for not paying better attention to the rules....
     

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  2. Poconopete

    Poconopete Very Active Member

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    Your link doesn't work but a quick trace of a pic would give you what you need.
     
  3. smullen

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    That is strange, I just reloaded this thread to see your reply and I can see it...

    And checking from my laptop I can see it... Might have been a temp glitch on one end or the other...

    If I can find good (not folded up) pics of one, I will have to try that...

    back to images.google.com
     
  4. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    Dude... 10 minutes and you can draw one?
     
  5. The Vector Doctor

    The Vector Doctor Very Active Member

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    That should be about 5 minutes to draw up, mostly basic shapes
     
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