Need tractor art!

fastcut

Member
Anyone seen these before? Know where I can buy them?
 

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fastcut

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Nevermind peeps, I just had it vectored instead, hope it's not too small of a file to get all the detail (it was scanned from a business card).
Thanks anyway.
 

Replicator

Major Contributor
SignTorch Vector Graphics has some really nice tractors and other agricultural work vehicles . . . !
 

fastcut

Member
Thanks but I need these exactly. I had them vectored but as I suspected they didn't come out that good! So still looking.
 

D2S

Active Member
She thinks my tractor SEXY! Sorry I had to.... But I usually have great luck when I need vector with both Express Clip Art and istockphoto
 

fastcut

Member
I already had that vectored but the file was so small it lost the detail and it's hard to tell it's even an engine. So I would like to find the original art, or close to it if possible.
 

fastcut

Member
Is there anyway to move this out of the premium section? I think it needs more exposure!
Please and Thank You!
 

OldPaint

Major Contributor
try this, take each one, pull it into corel, up size it a bit, REPRINT IT. do this a couple times and see where it really losses all detail. dont go up any more.
take a sheet of tracing paper, lay it over the the best of REPRINTS. get a pencil and LINE DRAW IT. then take out line you drew, go over it with a "new sharpie" to make out line..........than either use STREAMLINE or corel X3/X4 trace program......
WORKS FER ME....
 

fastcut

Member
Thanks Fred...I would insert the little blushing face with hearts (cuz that's how you make me feel) but I can't see it on my page!

:U Rock:
 

Fred Weiss

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fastcut

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try this, take each one, pull it into corel, up size it a bit, REPRINT IT. do this a couple times and see where it really losses all detail. dont go up any more.
take a sheet of tracing paper, lay it over the the best of REPRINTS. get a pencil and LINE DRAW IT. then take out line you drew, go over it with a "new sharpie" to make out line..........than either use STREAMLINE or corel X3/X4 trace program......
WORKS FER ME....

I just don't have time but :thankyou:for the info. I work alone and I am swamped getting ready for my vacation next week. It's hell trying to get everything out the door so I will actually be able to relax stress free!
 

D&Tgraphics

Very Active Member
Fastcut,
I feel for ya. I spent almost an hour last night searching the net for that piece of clip art for you. I was on a mission and failed. Wish I could have found it.
 

fastcut

Member
Awww THANKS! I've searched for about 10 days (all day)! I've gone through EVERY disk I have and hundreds of pages on sites like istockphoto and other royalty free sites. I even joined iclipart.com for a year! The sign is going up today in 3 hours!!! So I'm off to the printer to see if she can help me in a pinch. All I can offer is to redo the art part at a later date.
 
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