Is it possible to transform a vector drawing into a jpeg graphic and if so, how?
Yes. I think that this site will be able to help you, although I haven't personally tried this software http//www.mayura.com/
Thank you Bunny, I will check it out D
It's easier to go from vector to raster than the other way around....
yeah, if the whole pic fits on screen, just a simple PrntScrn gets you a raster copy ;)
Ok - I tried Mayura - it works very well EXCEPT that when I export it as a jpeg file it includes a box around it. I REALLY would like just the shape of the logo to be included in the file. Any ideas?
You guys will have to excuse my ignorance here - the last time I dealt with image files was when I was a photographer back in the day and photo-editing is a heck of a lot simpler than dealing with drawings...
You could erase the box w/ photoshop, or even paint.....
[quote41dcdd8f83="ILoveToys"]You could erase the box w/ photoshop, or even paint.....[/quote41dcdd8f83]
I will try that. Thank you )
Just to toss out another vector drawing package that is FREE, you might try Inkscape[=http//www.inkscape.org]Inkscape
. I'm a big fan of The GIMP and Inkscape packages, although granted I rarely touch vector stuff anymore and am more of a GIMP fanatic.