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Tree Vector

Discussion in 'Designs & Layouts' started by CreativeCreationGraphics, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Anyone know where I can find this tree as a vector.. i really don't want to have to recreate it
     

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  2. myront

    myront CorelDRAW is best

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    live trace and clean up should suffice
     
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  3. ewded

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    on fiverr.com they'll redraw it for $5
     
  4. TimToad

    TimToad Very Active Member

    vectormagic.com
     
  5. 2B

    2B Moderator

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  6. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    Even if it is redrawn, that is one ugly tree...
     
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  7. Jeff grossman

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    Google bonsai tree vectors - I found many that should work
     
  8. Kottwitz-Graphics

    Kottwitz-Graphics Very Active Member

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    or do a Google image search. that should narrow down where it came from
     
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  9. Old Timer

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    There is a free software program to download called inkscape. once installed you can open the jpeg, trace bitmap, save as .eps, open in Illustrator and you have your vector. Some good results, some need clean up
     
  10. The Vector Doctor

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    No autotrace program out there will produce anything good from this. You need some human to work on it. On a job like this I would use the pencil tool instead of the pen tool in illustrator and go along the edges of the leaves and trace it wobbly to try and replicate the look of tree details. Like what I did here real quick as an example. A tablet is perfect for this type of work
     

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  11. Thank you so much! That's great advice
     
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    The Vector Doctor. Excellent work, reasonably priced, a great addition to your business.
     
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  14. Johnny Best

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    Going to try this out, looks interesting.
     
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  15. JimmyG

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    What brand of tablet and model # do you use or can recommend?
     
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  16. The Vector Doctor

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    I have only used Wacom. The one I have is an old Intuos 3 that is been very reliable for over 10 years. I have read the newer ones have a rougher surface that wears down nibs quickly. There are other cheaper tablets but I have never used them to comment
     
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  17. JimmyG

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    Thanks Doctor...I have the wacom intuos pro large that I recently got with a corel draw bundle but haven't tried it yet with anything like what you illustrate above...Methinks maybe I should.
    I was wondering if you had one with a touch screen and just wondering the screen tablet are easier to use.....
     
  18. The Vector Doctor

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    If you've never used one before don't give up on it. Anyone that has spent most of their life using a mouse will dislike a tablet at first but once you get accustomed to it you will never want to use a mouse and your wrists will feel better in the long run
     
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  19. jfiscus

    jfiscus Adobe Shinobi

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    Definitely Wacom, I've tried the cheaper larger ones and they're just too glitchy. Went back to Wacom.
     
  20. Fred Weiss

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    I decided on an XP-Pen Artist 22E and have been happy with it considering that it's under $500 at Amazon and the comparable Wacom is around $2000.

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