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Zephyr
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 9:50 am
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Just a question for Kim W. and the experts on this, How does one do the curved writing title and motto? As I cannot get it to look quite right

So this is what I have so far for the HMVS Cerberus, just 1 head to finish of and another to start on, the left foreleg is going to have some work done on it to bring the elbow out (Yes I had to watch my dogs for a while to figure out the leg shape in action!) And the mentioned title and motto

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The photoshop I use can do curved lettering with the option not to alias, so I could do that for you if you want, just let me know what it is you want in there, and in what font style.

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Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 10:28 am
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Ah Thanks for the Offer Zephyr, really appreciated but Rowdy36 has all ready done it! Again, thanks. :)

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ALVAMA
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 10:33 am
Excellent work Rodondo, this makes me wonder how the Dutch Cerebus badge look like! I am gonna search it today :lol:


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Rodondo
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 11:02 am
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Thanks Alvama, I wish you luck with the dutch one, three headed dog-necks are difficult! ;)

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Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 2:09 pm
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Zephyr wrote:
The photoshop I use can do curved lettering with the option not to alias, so I could do that for you if you want, just let me know what it is you want in there, and in what font style.
@Zephyr: Is the name of your program 'Photoshop' or is it just the type of program?

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Zephyr
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 24th, 2012, 9:05 pm
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KimWerner wrote:
Zephyr wrote:
The photoshop I use can do curved lettering with the option not to alias, so I could do that for you if you want, just let me know what it is you want in there, and in what font style.
@Zephyr: Is the name of your program 'Photoshop' or is it just the type of program?
Photoshop6, a type of program. I use it for most everything.

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KimWerner
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 25th, 2012, 12:33 am
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Zephyr wrote:
KimWerner wrote:
Zephyr wrote:
The photoshop I use can do curved lettering with the option not to alias, so I could do that for you if you want, just let me know what it is you want in there, and in what font style.
@Zephyr: Is the name of your program 'Photoshop' or is it just the type of program?
Photoshop6, a type of program. I use it for most everything.
Thanks! I will look to it :D

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Rodondo
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 26th, 2012, 4:23 am
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Question, specifically towards Whyme or Kim, do you know the MS paint co-ordinates for the gold writing on the Australian CoAs?

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Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 26th, 2012, 4:51 am
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Rodondo wrote:
Question, specifically towards Whyme or Kim, do you know the MS paint co-ordinates for the gold writing on the Australian CoAs?
To give a lifelike image I use nuances, but the main colour is RGB 248-196-5 ;)

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Rodondo
Post subject: Re: Coat of Arms for navy vesselsPosted: February 26th, 2012, 4:56 am
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KimWerner wrote:
Rodondo wrote:
Question, specifically towards Whyme or Kim, do you know the MS paint co-ordinates for the gold writing on the Australian CoAs?
To give a lifelike image I use nuances, but the main colour is RGB 248-196-5 ;)
Ah, Thanks Kim! :)

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