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« Reply #20 on: October 29, 2004 12:42:25 PM »

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« Reply #21 on: October 29, 2004 03:57:13 PM »

just to let you know, the dingbat 'the kids' is from the fontalicious website. this is what it says in their info section.

Fonts located in the 'Dingbats' section may not be used for t-shirt, logo or product design without acquiring a specific license. Contact us for more details.

I got the font from dafont.com, so I didn't know about that. This is the only teeshirt I've made with that font, and I only used it because I saw the same font used on someone ELSE'S shirt. But anywho, thanks for telling me... wouldn't want to upset a good font creator. Cheesy

It's not a stencil. I took an image from Google, and in Paint Shop Pro (www.jasc.com) I adjusted the threshold to make it LOOK like a stencil. If you need more detailed instructions, or just want the same picture I used, I'll be happy to help.

I just got paint shop pro... could you tell me how to make stuff lok like stencils... i have tons of cool pics that would make awesome shirts!

Ok, first you've got to get the picture you want... I suggest using one that's really big, that way people won't have to squint at your shirt. Cheesy

then go to colors>> adjust>> threshold. Just play around with it untill you're happy with how it looks.

« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2004 02:00:27 PM »

  ???o.k i found that website and the little label.i wanted to copy it but it wouldnt let me,how did you get yours .i really want to make a shirt with that label.  Cry
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