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Vectorizing..........

Discussion in 'Corel' started by Shovelhead, May 24, 2006.

  1. Shovelhead

    Shovelhead Major Contributor

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    for the lazy or inept..........
    here's a before and after...including tracing, scanning, vectorizing in COREL CX
    and adding a little color...I've spent an hour getting to this point.
    It's not difficult. Try it...you'll like it.
     

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  2. The Vector Doctor

    The Vector Doctor Very Active Member

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    You've done a fine job there. You ever need anything funneled your way?
     
  3. Shovelhead

    Shovelhead Major Contributor

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    I'm always up for work....

    :thankyou:
     
  4. The Vector Doctor

    The Vector Doctor Very Active Member

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    Send me your email to art@vectordoctor.com

    I'm a one man show, and you never know when I could wake up one day and be unable to work (sick, family emergency, etc.) Knock on wood.
     
  5. Ken

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    So the shadows around the chin strap and the strap around the hat are not vectors but rather painted in with an airbrush technique?
    Thank...Ken
     
  6. iSign

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    Ken, just like all the other shading on the rivits, the stripes in the flag, the dimples in the hat... after creating a vector shape... just using a gradient fill, +/or some transparency can create a more realistic result... but I'd guess it is still vectors
     
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