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Bujin graphic for Business cards
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Hello everyone,

I need to find a Bujin graphic that is of good enough quality to use for a business card. I tried one I found on the net, but the card company could not use it.
Any suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks,

Alex Bushman

Posted on: 2005/1/6 8:46
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If no one can help you, I could probably whip something up in Illustrator when I get back to Phoenix next week.

Posted on: 2005/1/6 13:27
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What kind of resolution and image format is the company requiring? I have a photoshop layer file of the symbol however I don't know if that will work for you or not.

Let me know your email addy and I can send it to you and see if it will work. (You can PM the addy to me)

HTH,

Michael

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I think the first thing to do is find out what format the company needs the image in...

If they need a vector referenced image and you have a clean bitmap or jpg and photoshop) then you can save it as an eps file.

HTH,

Matt

P.S. If you need a clean image PM me.

Posted on: 2005/1/6 23:24
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Re: Bujin graphic for Business cards
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I have the image vectorized at home. Its an .EPS which is standard for print shops. Let me know if you still need it.

Posted on: 2005/1/6 23:33
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Hi everyone,

Thank you soo much for trying to help.
Here is the info the company gave me:

The maximum graphic size that can be uploaded is 1MB (1024K)
Large graphic files may take a few minutes to upload
Make the image the approximate size of that you'll be using on your final design .Low resolution images may print poorly if enlarged. We can only support TIFF, GIF, JPEG, PNG, PDF, and EPS graphic formats Image must be a one color image. If your image is multi color, you must call customer service and email color separated artwork file(s).


Thanks again,

Alex

Posted on: 2005/1/7 4:26
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Didn´t you get the file I sent to via mail?

Johan Grönwall

Posted on: 2005/1/7 7:23
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Yes I did get the graph you sent me Mr. Johan, I've been fiddling with it when I'm home to try and view it. I don't know if I have the right program to view what is on an eps file.

Thanks,

Alex

Posted on: 2005/1/7 14:15
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If its an .EPS, you should be able to manipulate it through CorelDRAW, Adobe Illustrator... anything thats a Vectro-based program. This will allow you almost infinite resolution. If its a .JPEG, there is a rule of thumb we use called 'you get trash in, you get trash out.' So what you get to start out with, expect to get less out of it in the end.

Posted on: 2005/1/8 1:33
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If you are unable to open the file - put it on a floppy or CD and bring it to your printer. Have him place it to your instructions. EPS is the standard format to work with when it comes to letters, logos, dingbats and such. Bitmaps are less dependable, since they produce jaggies if not of the right resolution.

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