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  • Can someone convert this PNG to a Vector (AI file)?

    Hi,

    I just have the 2 images below, that need converting to an AI file, which can very quickly & easily be done automatically, using the "retrace" function in Adobe Illustrator. Only reason I ask is I no longer have Illustrator myself.

    Please remember to preserve the transparent background!

    Thanks in advance, images are in the imgur album below;


    Last edited by Kool; 07-13-2017, 09:48 AM.

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    Sorry, but this is a professional forum where it's not permissible to ask for free work. Feel free, however, to post your message in the classified section of the forum, but be sure to include your email address and be prepared to pay for the work that's done.

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    • #3
      Live Trace.
      Blech. More time spent fixing its result than it would take to trace something by hand.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheBigDawg View Post
          Can someone convert this PNG to a Vector (AI file)?
          Yes, someone can.
          I'd rather be killed than come to your party, but if you don't invite me, I'll kill myself.

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            I take paypal!

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            • #7
              MY KNOWLEDGE ON PNG.

              Png is a bitmap types. PNG is just what we use in SWF over GIF and web design to make more colorful images without GIF limitations. PNG is not an alternative for TIFF ( even if PNG has more colors ) or RAW types.

              However PCX is another format the Illustrator reads as object oriented, but that is going too far back.

              However thanks to the power of Streamline ( which has been integrated into every illustrator since CS1 ) you should be able to get a decent edging.

              THIS IS WHAT I DO.

              Otherwise you will need to be like me and do it by hand ( which is simple ). Pull it into Photoshop and then Illustrator to "Streamline" it and presto you have a vectored your bitmap file. Bare in mind illustrator might have issues in the conversion.

              You could cheat and manipulate the intended image if it has the contrast/Aperture in the right area. Then pull into illustrator but that is a lot more work then creating the actual image from scratch.

              OTHER RELATED

              A tactic somebody did to pull in a photographic object was to reduce each value of color down to a simplistic values and then smooth them out in illustrator ( which I have no idea of how that works. However each portion of the image is actually a different value but spitted.
              Last edited by DanArt; 09-20-2017, 03:40 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TheBigDawg View Post
                Can someone convert this PNG to a Vector (AI file)?
                Yes, Of course.

                if you are willing to pay someone than he can do this in no time

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