Even get some tracing paper and find a picture of a wolf , trace around their head and do a few versions of different wolves in poses. You can then overlay the tracing paper on each other until you find a mix you like, then finally draw the mixed vector head yourself in illustrator.
I'm sorry, I don't have a 3 headed wolf vector lying around.
I'm sure you could find someone to draw you one for a fee, by posting in the classified section.
Well sometimes time can be a factor. I'd love to draw most my own vectors, but just don't have the time, especially when I can find most of what I need on stock sites. But none-the-less I wouldn't even bother looking for a vector of a 3-headed wolf, I'd be out my pen and mediocre drawing/tracing skills and then computerising my drawing. Else I might ask a mate or two who is nifty with drawing skills to conjure me up something I can work with.
No, trust me. That can be the case in a lot of instances... but not when you work for a wage and usually your job is crossing come baseball bats and having the customer flip out like it's the first time they've even seen it. I am not going to draw this dumb thing. I will definitely end up building this in a couple of seconds. Thanks a bunch!
Just speaking for myself, I'll always take a 3-headed wolf over a 4-header. I find the grouping of 4 to be just a little too balanced and static. I prefer the livelier groupings and asymmetry of odd numbers, so we'd be agreed on the magnificence of the 5-headed variety.
Maybe if it were a 4-headed wolf and one of the heads was affected by dwarfism or gigantism then you'd have something.
Photoshop is not ideal, but if that is all you have, design at the correct size from the start, use CMYK, draw in crop marks outside kf the trim edge. Find out about bleed and supply with bleed if required....
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