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Nick in England

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all - time to put my concepts where my mouth is...

but... i could use some advice on how best to apply shoulder, helmet and pant stripes to the uni templates that are out there. Here's where I can got to in PSD - i have a separate AI file going too.

Anyone help me?

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I've seen that template so many times, where does one acquire it?

that is the one i put together in PSD...ill find the link i uploaded it to if you are a photoshop user. i think i modeled it after andrewharrington's temp.

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I've seen that template so many times, where does one acquire it?

that is the one i put together in PSD...ill find the link i uploaded it to if you are a photoshop user. i think i modeled it after andrewharrington's temp.

Yes that would be great thanks

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I've seen that template so many times, where does one acquire it?

that is the one i put together in PSD...ill find the link i uploaded it to if you are a photoshop user. i think i modeled it after andrewharrington's temp.

Yes that would be great thanks

http://www.mediafire.com/?mmmkvti1yym

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you draw them. AI is probably better to work with for this type of thing.

Balls. I was afraid you'd say that... I HATE using curves. I'm hopeless.

The trick to getting good shapes in Illustrator is to use a few points as possible and extend the control handles out to produce nice smooth curves. There are plenty of tutorial videos on the adobe website which are free check them out and you'll be drawing smooth curves for helmet and shoulder stripes in no time.

9erssteve

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