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Ok, so I need to take a logo I’ve got in a Photoshop file and make it large. At the same time I figured why not just convert it to / make it in vector art so it can be scaled in the future without any issues. Unfortunately, I don't have the experience to properly convert it.

So basically I need a really clean and scalable (or large) version of a logo I have. Anyone here care to take a stab at it?

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http://www.isu-uga.com/images/mainLogo.gif

There is what the logo looks like. If you would like, I could send you a psd file of it so it would be easier to work with.

My trouble is any time I enlarge it (need to make it huge so I can put it on all kinds of stuff, shrinking is easy) the image gets pixelated. I've managed to get rid of the pixelation to a degree, but it's still a real pain in the ass.

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The font is something basic, I believe it's impact, or possibly haettenschweiler. Almost positive it's all impact, the "university gaming association" part is for sure. The splatter effect is actually a filter in photoshop.

Filter-Brush Strokes-Splatter

or

Filter-Distort-Glass

It was something like that. I dont remember for sure (I had someone else do the design of it). you have to rasterize the text before you add a filter, though, or it doesnt work. That was part of my problem.

I really like the way the splatter looks now, but if it's not really distinguisable with a completly new one then it's not a deal breaker.

And also i'd like to make sure the colors are pretty distinct, meaning I'd like to leave the colors as they are and remove any discoloration (it's cheaper to print on shirts with fewer colors, right now we would only have to pay for 2 colors, but you'll notice a little extra green on parts of the letters, that needs to be removed.)

Here is the link to the PSD file. Thanks for any help, please let me know if you have any questions!

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I have something here. It's a svg. You can create your own vector graphics using Inkscape.

Wow man, that's fantastic work, thank you so much! I've never heard of that program but it after playing around with it a little i'm very impressed. I especially like how since it is proper vector art you can export it in any size. Well done.

If anyone else has done anything feel free to post it up here too.

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