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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-23-2007, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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I was wondering if anyone can help me?

I am looking for a high quality Goldwing logo in a .jpeg format. Preferably something that can be enlarged & not distort the quality.

Does anyone have a link & one they could e-mail?

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JPG's distort unless magnified to 100% of original size. If you need a plain black and white logo, EPS is the way to go. Encapsulated PostScript. Can go anywhere from 1" to 100" and still look good. Not sure who would have one of them.

I'd bet one of the services that sell company logo collections may have one in their list.

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if you ask nice i am sure ubarw may be able to help you out there, just bear in mind he has a pretty intense project on the boil at the moment..

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This place has one for the 1800. I don't know if the others are different. This is a great site that offers high quality eps logos for free. I use it all the time at the print shop I work at. You wouldn't believe the junky quality logos customers bring in!

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Thanks everyone.

I have a question. What program can I use to open an EPS file?

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Irfanview say it can open a EPS file. The program is free and is all I use to work with graphics...

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I see you have an 1800... I dont have one of those at this time, but you never now what I might come up with soon...

Be patient with me, I will see what I can do...

Yes, and eps file is the way to go, provided its vector art. If its a rasterized eps, it will distort just like a jpg or tiff. Vector are is virtually unlimited in scaling.

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That .eps IS a vector file, and will enlarge as needed. If you want to tell me your dimensions, I will size it, and then export whatever type of file you need. Just gotta say what you need, and pm an email addy.

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ubarw wrote:
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I see you have an 1800... I dont have one of those at this time, but you never now what I might come up with soon...

Be patient with me, I will see what I can do...

Yes, and eps file is the way to go, provided its vector art. If its a rasterized eps, it will distort just like a jpg or tiff. Vector are is virtually unlimited in scaling.

See ya...


UPDATE...

That .eps IS a vector file, and will enlarge as needed. If you want to tell me your dimensions, I will size it, and then export whatever type of file you need. Just gotta say what you need, and pm an email addy.

Oh, and one billion dollars, or a bucket of
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ubarw, a PM was sent with the info you needed.

Thanks for any help.

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