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I am a ninja on Photoshop but I pretty much suck at Illustrator. I need to know how to "antique" a graphic on Illustrator.

We are doing a whole new line of shirts and stuff and some are going to be really, REALLY cool but I need to do some finish work to them...

Any artists on here care to lend a hand?

Thanks,

Wes
 

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should be able to work it in one then send it to the other I do it now and then on logos and pics.

Wes Im still waiting on the measurements ?
 

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should be able to work it in one then send it to the other I do it now and then on logos and pics.

Wes Im still waiting on the measurements ?
Right, but I need it in vector graphics, and Photoshop doesn't like that... I have been advised to generate whatever effect I am going for in Illustrator for the best results.
 

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I will look when I get home I have all the goodies in the office trying to think it up right now is way too hard on a friday afternoon
 

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I will look when I get home I have all the goodies in the office trying to think it up right now is way too hard on a friday afternoon
I just got it done with Photoshop by actually removing the pixels and such, but I think it is clunky...
 

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I've been using both Illustrator & Photoshop proficiently since the mid 90's. If you'd like to email me your PS rendering, I'll let you know if what you desire is possible in vector. Why not do a process job for the tshirts? That way, you can acheive any look you want without having to deal with the limitations of a vector (.eps) output? (I had a screenprint co. for 13 years)
 
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