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    Reply to My Life in Typefaces - Matthew Carter
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    When I think of Adrian Frutiger, I think of, well, Frutiger, which is sort of a humanist grotesk, maybe. Then I think of Myriad Pro. Of course Frutiger didn't design Myriad, but Myriad is pretty much...
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    Good one <b>! When I think of slabs I think of Adrian Frutiger... but when I think of think grotesks Helvetica always is first on my list ...sigh.

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  • No-Ghost Logo Problems

    Hey there! So I've been trying to make a ghostbusters (No-Ghost) vector image with a transparent background but I cant get it to work More specifically, me and my girlfriends are trying to make the the ghost be giving the shocker with one hand (I know it seems weird, we wanted to do it for shirts we plan on wearing to the bar for a friends party as a joke). I really dont have too much know-how on these things, but I know its possible. Could anyone help me out with some directions?

    Thankz

  • #2
    What software are you using, and how are you saving the file?

    Oh, and while I'm at it, do you have permission from Sony to use the logo?
    Last edited by garricks; 04-30-2012, 06:15 PM.
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    • #3
      I don't really understand this. If the image really is vector (which means it was done in Illustrator or Corel Draw), then it will automatically have a transparent background. Unless you physically put a white box behind it.

      If you're doing this in Photoshop, it's not vector.
      "Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
      -Steve Jobs

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      • #4
        No we don't have permission from Sony to use it, but its just for a private event in house, nothing out in public. And @garricks, I was trying to use gimp to do it, but I cant seem to figure out the program. Like I said, Im REALLY bad at this lol. Is there a program out there that is maybe more user friendly that anyone could recommend? I'm pulling my hair out over this, haha

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        • #5
          Maybe you should just say No.

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          • #6
            Yeah, Im starting to think it is a bit beyond my skill level

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