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I have a logo I want printed on a T-shirt for a fundraiser, but was told that it is quite a process because it has to be redrawn? I have a logo I want printed on a T-shirt for a fundraiser, but was told that it is quite a process because it has to be redrawn? I have a logo I want printed on a T-shirt for a fundraiser, but was told that it is quite a process because it has to be redrawn? Illustrator is a vector application and JPGs are raster/bitmap files. Basically you can't make a JPG file into an Illustrator or EPS file. You could do a live trace in illustrator but its not going to look perfect. You should try this website tho... at least then you don't even need illustrator and the results are fairly decent: Live trace works really well with some things (like images in black & white or just one color), but really sucks if you're using it on an actual picture or something with shading or a gradient. Illustrator is a vector application and JPGs are raster/bitmap files. Basically you can't make a JPG file into an Illustrator or EPS file. You could do a live trace in illustrator but its not going to look perfect. You should try this website tho... at least then you don't even need illustrator and the results are fairly decent: We always have people who bring in things from pencil drawings to photographs, and I have to turn them into something that we can silk screen or print on a glass or trophy. Earlier this year, a lady brought in a photograph of a truck, and she wanted it on glasses, so I ended up spending 5 hours vectorizing a picture by hand drawing every line.:laugh: (I'll try to upload later) I use Photoshop, Illustrator and CorelDraw for the main Graphics programs (i also use 3dmax, modo 302, vector works and autocad). I still prefer the Adobe programs over Corel. I started with Corel many many.......MANY moons ago and while it's basically the same as illustrator, I am just too used to Illustrator. Sure you can place a JPG into an illustrator document and save it as an .ai or .eps but its still a raster file and not a vector one so you haven't done anything to change the original file. You're just placing that file into a postscript format which does nothing. It's been a while since I've used Corel, but there were some things I liked about it, like the multi-page component in one program. And gradients. What a bloody mess they are in Illustrator. Source.


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