mirkosp wrote:JaddziaDax wrote:my photoshop "rastorized" it O.o or something like that
Basically, it merged the various layers in one single layer.
DriftRoot wrote:When Photoshop rasterizes a vector image, at least in the sense she's talking about, it's taking the vector information and converting it to pixels at whatever resolution you specify, while flattening the image. The format can be anything you wish, as well, it is not bitmap by default in the classic sense.
I am reworking some of the logo files that are available for download to make them more user-friendly. I've asked the powers-that-be to offer a layered TIFF as well so that people who don't have a vector program can still modify the logo without going through all kinds of unpleasant contortions. I don't know if they'll go for that, but stay tuned, I guess.
Hinatasan wrote:Congratulations Driftroot!! I like a lot your logo but is not easy work with it in banners but I make 2 banners finally
Amazing the work in illustrator, the next year ( If I have time :/ ) I will make some logo with illustrator too.
DriftRoot wrote:. Plus, I submitted a layered TIFF today, so once that's up it will be a good option for people who wish to edit the major components of the logo without having to do it the hard way in Illustrator.
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