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Performance Engine Vector Art

Discussion in 'Clipart, Vehicle Templates and Digital Files' started by jbennett, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. jbennett

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    Does anyone know a good source for purchasing an ala carte vector of a performance/ racing engine? Preferably a larger motor (V8, not 4 cylinder). All information is appreciated.

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  2. cinemasign.grafix

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    Any any free picture . Send it to the V Doc.
     
  3. jbennett

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    Yeah, I can vectorize something myself and clean it up, but I am intersted in knowing if there is one available for purchase that someone has already done. Looking for something fast and simple.

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    Fast and Simple,,from the time you posted this till now,you could of had it vectorized,,if your unsure of vectorization process,send your favorite pic to the Vector Doctor...:thumb:
     
  5. jbennett

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    It's posts like this that make me sometimes hate to post. I am VERY sure of the vectorization process, thank you very much; however, I have so many other things going that I was looking for something "canned" as I have stated twice already. It only took a minute to post this. I had already gotten a post suggesting the vector doctor (which I appreciated very much). I can't see how a condescending repeat helps me very much. Pro, I think that you have been a help to me in the past and I appreciate it, but I'm not a newb and would appreciate a simple answer to my question. if I am over-reacting or took something the wrong way, then disregard this message. SMILE
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    :Oops: Sorry JB,didnt mean to come off like a assH%ole,........ My bad please dont hold it against me......
     
  7. jbennett

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    I would never hold it against ya. I probably over reacted a lil from having so much to get done :Big Laugh . I have a lot of race cars to do right now, and I don't want to spend much time on this lil sign that I am working on. Check out my gallery on here sometime. We have a lot in common and may be able to help each other out. I kinda part time it, and can get backed up sometimes, and I get frustrated from having my mind on sign stuff but not being able to work on it til the end of the day :Big Laugh :thumb:


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  8. cinemasign.grafix

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    The reason I recommended V Doc is that i find my self wasting more time sorting thru a plethora of collections , To try and find that right somewhat specialized image to come close to what I'm looking for. I have to remind myself that an image search usually returns a higher yield. Then all i have to do is send it out. I'll get back a better fit for my needs, than what may be available .
     
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    jbennett - check your email and let me know.
     
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