File Formats

Discussion in 'Raves and Rants' started by wvannoy, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. wvannoy

    wvannoy

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    I keep running into the same problem with my work. When I create a logo or such for a project such as T-Shirts, Coffee Cups, etc., The supplier of these items asks if I created it in Illustrator. They want vector files. I have PhotoShop and have converted art from LogoCreator to create EPS files, but even those aren't what some supplier need. Can anyone give me some direction or advice (other than getting Adobe Illustrator...Can't afford it.)
     
  2. cybrnetico

    cybrnetico Staff Member

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    SO what is the minimum requirement that your suppliers needs. I thought eps files where acceptable vector files?
     
  3. D RAT2

    D RAT2

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    Adobe Illustrator and eps files are different. They are both vector files but in different file formats. Laughingbird has posted a link to a website called Viking Arts. They can convert logos to vector in both file formats. The cost range is from $5 - $25 per logo. You have to tell them which format you need.
     
  4. wvannoy

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    Thanks

    Thanks guys! This information will be very helpful. You and this site are awesome!!!
     

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