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Old 01-14-2010, 09:01 PM
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Thanks Ryan, i still havnt made the move out of CorelDraw yet. Old habits die hard. Sometimes i think I'm the only one using it
Why do you want to move out of Corel draw?

Still pretty big in the art world.
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I use Flexi Sign, Gerber Graphix Advantage, Corel, Illustrator, & Photoshop......mainly the first two....
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Why do you want to move out of Corel draw?

Still pretty big in the art world.
not sure really I have been using it since like CorelDraw2 or something like that

seems most are using Flexi. I have it and have used it on a few projects but you know how long it takes to learn a new program. I'm working my way through Rhino right now (for the last year or so anyway) not sure i can handle learning another program. I've also messed with Illustrator and it seems very similar to Corel. I figured if i was gonna take the time to learn another one it was gonna be 3D

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I like the Fountain at the bottom!
I was thinking the same thing, Gee, I wonder who's boat that is
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I use Flexi Sign, Gerber Graphix Advantage, Corel, Illustrator, & Photoshop......mainly the first two....
Ryan is probably one of the more gifted graphics guys in the business. Follow his lead and you can't go wrong
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Take a picture of your boat and use one of the Photoshop filters to make it look like clip art. It has to be converted to some knitting machine format to do the stitching. Queensboro shirt company (queensboro.com) has converted mine for free if you buy 4 shirts. If you don't have Photoshop send me a picture and I will try and do it for you. No guarantees but nothing ventured... [email protected]
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Take a picture of your boat and use one of the Photoshop filters to make it look like clip art. It has to be converted to some knitting machine format to do the stitching. Queensboro shirt company (queensboro.com) has converted mine for free if you buy 4 shirts. If you don't have Photoshop send me a picture and I will try and do it for you. No guarantees but nothing ventured... [email protected]
I was thinking the same thing. His avatar is that picture!
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Pics sent. They aren't the greatest quality though so I don't know if you'll be able to do anything with them.
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How did it work out?
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How did it work out?
He said because of the quality of the picture that he couldn't use them in screenprint...Sorry I didn't reply back to you, but I've been swamped the last couple weeks with work.
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