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  • T-shirt Bitmap --> Vector Image - help please!

    Hi there.

    Well, I have made up a couple of bitmap images for a band t-shirt. Unfortunately, the best image-editing software I have is MS Paint. Is there anybody who could possibly convert these images to vectors? I would very much appreciate it, although I am not sure how easy it would be to do.

    BTW, the font I use is Angryblue, from www.dafont.com.

    Thanks in advance, it would be a big help.

    Calum. ( fishnchipsx2@hotmail.com )
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    My band's website My club's website

  • #2
    http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/g...p.zip?download

    ^ Gimp {free}

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    • #3
      GTK+ 2.0 runtime environment was not found on your computer. GTK+ Runtime Environment version 2.4.14 or newer is required to use The Gimp. You can download GTK+ 2.0 runtime environment from <http://gimp-win.sf.net/>.
      Please install GTK+ before running the Gimp setup again.
      &#183; 1024x768 or greater resolution is recommended to run The Gimp.
      &#183; On Windows 9x/ME, The GIMP 2 is no longer actively supported by the developers. It may run without problems, but do not expect fixes for bugs that only occur on these platforms.
      well, the website it gives to download the extra tool
      http://gimp-win.sf.net
      won't work.

      Any other suggestions?
      My band's website My club's website

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      • #4
        I'll do it later today.

        What you might not understand is that turning something into a vecor requires a bit of work, specifically, seperating each color into a layer/shape. Often times, by hand. But I'll do it for you.
        Last edited by Catboy; 2005-10-24, 02:25 PM.
        Rest in pieces.

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        • #5
          Cheers man, I really appreciate it.

          Calum.
          My band's website My club's website

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          • #6
            Check your email in a few minutes.
            Rest in pieces.

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            • #7
              hmm . . . i havn't got any emails through yet.

              could you try again? fishnchipsx2@hotmail.com

              cheers,
              calum.
              My band's website My club's website

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              • #8
                Here you go!

                Big image

                Small image
                You know how people can do a "kick up" mount? Well I can do a "kick down" dismount. - Cloudz

                Things are easy, apart from when they aren't

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                • #9
                  I can picture fishnchipsx2 now; with a big beard and cobwebs all over him...
                  John Foss
                  www.unicycling.com

                  "Who is going to argue with a mom who can ride a unicycle?" -- Forums member "HiMo"

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                  • #10
                    Fuck you

                    I am posting from Key West, the former pirate capital of the world, and then the wealthiest per cap $ in the country,city from wreck salvage, until those meddling feds put up light houses. We are still pissed.

                    Anti pirate, anti pirate, and you show up here ? OK, it's just the internet, but I had my virtual cutlass ready to make you chum pall. Don't show up in Key West talking anti pirate, even on the internet.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by fishnchipsx2 View Post
                      Hi there.

                      Well, I have made up a couple of bitmap images for a band t-shirt. Unfortunately, the best image-editing software I have is MS Paint. Is there anybody who could possibly convert these images to vectors? I would very much appreciate it, although I am not sure how easy it would be to do.

                      BTW, the font I use is Angryblue, from www.dafont.com.

                      Thanks in advance, it would be a big help.

                      Calum. ( fishnchipsx2@hotmail.com )
                      Oh come on! 2005!

                      Why don't I ever look at the post dates?
                      You know how people can do a "kick up" mount? Well I can do a "kick down" dismount. - Cloudz

                      Things are easy, apart from when they aren't

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