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K5

Bending Unit
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« : 02-14-2003 13:03 »

Hi,
I'm looking for pictures stored as vectors (not bitmaps only). PSD (layers) welcome too. I plan use some of this for web design on my futurama-page (http://futurama.zde.cz).

Thanks for help.
aslate

Space Pope
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« #1 : 02-14-2003 14:22 »

Stored as vectors you say? I'm lost!
]PaulFSAC[

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« #2 : 02-14-2003 14:32 »

 
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Originally posted by aslate:
Stored as vectors you say? I'm lost!

Not certain, but artwork saved as .psp in Paint Shop Pro, or anything saved from Adobe Illustrator, are the only things I can think of.
sheep555

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« #3 : 02-14-2003 15:03 »

It's possible to convert bitmaps to vector formats (it's basically like tracing), but I'm not completely sure what software you'd need to use.
If you just want to have a transparency effect, or mask the image you can achieve that by using bitmaps in any half decent image editing package
If you want the editing , capabilities, and well as superior output of vector graphics you might have to resort to tracing.

BTW, vector file formats include DXF, WMF (the standard windows clipart format, but beware because windows meta files can contain bitmap information as well), and as Paul says, PSP's.
Flash files can contain vector information as well, so you may be able to get your graphics from them.

I hope I got that all right!  :)
Just Chris

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« #4 : 02-14-2003 17:32 »

Freehand and Illustrator does vectors. But I guess the most browser-friendly way to show vectors is with Flash. Freehand does vectors like Flash, but Freehand focuses more on creating detailed drawings than offering web interactivity. Freehand drawing can be imported into Flash, though.
K5

Bending Unit
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« #5 : 02-16-2003 08:57 »

Windows Meta File (WMF) is sufficient format, no everybody has Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw (I think that AutoCAD is not soft good for cliparts :-)
K5

Bending Unit
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« #6 : 02-21-2003 00:46 »
« : 03-14-2003 23:00 »

Hello,
I made my first VECTOR BASED picture. You may see original:



and redrawn one:  http://www.volny.cz/subtitlesk5ky/temp/bendershead.emf
K5

Bending Unit
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« #7 : 03-15-2003 07:16 »
« : 03-15-2003 07:16 »

This is my second picture:



I take some JPG, then I redraw it using COREL DRAW and export as BIG JPG    :)

Cca 8 hours of work...
Gocad

Space Pope
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« #8 : 03-15-2003 07:56 »

Wow, this is HUGE! Pretty nice work.
Lee Roberts

Liquid Emperor
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« #9 : 03-15-2003 07:58 »

Man, I thought the stuff I did was big but this! In the other hand this is excellent for 8 hours work!
K5

Bending Unit
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« #10 : 03-15-2003 13:03 »

Another one - using Inner shadow, Bevel and Emboss



cca 1 hour of "tuning" graphic filters parameters   :sleep:
drunkenangel

Delivery Boy
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« #11 : 03-16-2003 21:40 »

Here's a thought...could that be printed as a poster by a print shop...are services like that available to the public?
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