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Graphic Request Thread

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  • Give a good detailed description of what you need
  • if it?s a big assignment, please leave it out of this thread and make contact with someone who is willing to create what you need
  • Don?t post comment?s ?it sucks, can?t you do better, you noob? noob?, it?s free. if you don?t like it don?t take it

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Hey,

Could someone make me 2 logos, both the same but with different wording, the size doesnt matter, the wording is Tim's Web and Tim's Forum and the colours and style i dont mind at the moment so if someone shows me an idea i will say what needs to be said lol, thanks in advanced,

Tim

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Hello.. I'd like to ask if someone has a spare minute or two and could knock-up a logo or maybe give me some ideas of how it could look for my start-up PC business. It's called "Computers Plus" - so please, if anyone has the time, could you give me any ideas or maybe do one.. Thank you very much in advance.

john

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Hi, I am this wondering when you ppl going to work on my signature I requested..

the signature I am going to use for my clan forum.

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^Maybe they are just too busy at the moment, they too do have lives outside this forum!! :) It does sound a little rude the way you said it though, true it might be taking a while but you can't complain because it is free! Just have some patience! It will come :p

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I think I can be pretty specific.

http://www.galaxysite.net/modules.php?op=m...pics&file=index

On that page, I need 96x96 png images to match the style used by the Apple and Windows graphics on that page. As well as a PS2, X-box and phantom graphic. Any help will be appreciated, and credits will be included in my copyright notice on the bottom of the page (that's a given anyways).

I think I'll also offer a free e-mail address @galaxysite.net

Thanks in advance :)

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THANKS THANKS and and did i say THANKS

I'm not sure you did, but anyway.... :D

netgex-sig.png

netgex-avatar.png

Font used was Verdana White for when you add your own bits to it.

Enjoy....

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ok,

Could someone make me two logos exactly the same apart from different wording, the size dosent really matter the wording is Tim's Web and Tim's Forum , and the colour/style dosent matter, thanks,

Tim

After PM, and he has gone on long enough. I will try it although the lack of detail is there. Vector Logo probably best.

JMann

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After PM, and he has gone on long enough. I will try it although the lack of detail is there. Vector Logo probably best.

JMann

lol You got the PM too huh?

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I am real busy so I couldn't give this an excellent go, if I have some time I will do it again but this is what I can come up with for now. It is vectorised so available for any size but I suggest you take a bit off the end of each image then use that as a reapeater.

Okay.

JMann ;)

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Good almighty! Sometimes! :angry: Oh and vectorised means scalable to any size. Without distorting.

JMann

Don't be so god damn short with him. He was asking a question.

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:blink: wow hold a sec, stop the universe

Vector graphics are made up of mathematically defined lines and curves called vectors. This means that you can move, resize, or change the color of a line without losing the quality of the graphic.

Vector graphics are resolution-independent--that is, they can be scaled to any size and printed at any resolution without losing detail or clarity. As a result, vector graphics are the best choice for representing bold graphics that must retain crisp lines when scaled to various sizes (logos, for example).

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First off I want to say that I just found this site and it's great. I have spent a lot of time on here this weekend and it seems like there are a lot of great people here.

I am really amazed by the quality work that has been posted in this topic. Very impressive! I am looking for some input/help on my banner. I am not very creative and don't have near the mad photoshop skillz as the people here. Anyway, the site is http://www.volnation.com. I would love some type of creative logo that I could incorporate into a banner for my site. I would also be interested in using the logo as my avatar maybe. I realize that this is a very generic request but any help would be greatly appreciated. As you can tell just about anything will be an improvement over what I have :D .

The content of the site is University of Tennessee Athletics.

Thanks in advance!

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