I am struggling a bit on the Photoshop front of things and trying to recreate something.
I have a graphic (see image) which I would like to enlarge to a higher resolution so it can be used for publications and various other promotional 'stuff'.
I have been trying for the past few days to recreate it without any results.
Is there anyone on here that would be able to enlarge the attached image (apx. 1600px.) asap?
Help would be greatly appreciated,
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How about this?
There is an eps in the zip
Thank you for your help. Was it easy to do?
Took me about 5 minutes in CorelDRAW X4 :)
Takes about the same time in photoshop, you basically sketch it, I've made this gif of me just sketching it (it used to be easier in CS5). Obviously it was me rushing here, you'd spend more time getting the sketch right.Attachment 14785
Either that or use the circle tool and stroke it
What's this doing in Web? Moving to hmmm...How do you do it forum.
@nickbro I would have to say CorelDRAW made it much simpler than that...especially as the other green bits are not just segments of circles :)
Thanks for your help guys.
Sorry I put it in the web forum I didn't see the How do you do it forum and though the web would be the most suitable.
@CESIL that's where the drawing tool comes in, sketch the path using that tool. The reason you don't use the magic wand or something in PS is cause it can pixelate, the paths/shapes are vectors.
I haven't used Corel Draw since the Windows 3.11 days.
That's where I started...with version 1.02 which killed off Gem Artline which we were promoting at the time...so we switched to CorelDRAW...been promoting/using it ever since...
Draw is all vector so that is what I learnt to use...been struggling with Photoshop ever since :)