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You need to diferentiate 2 things, the logo itself and the "accidents" of it. by accidents I mean the texture, the transparency, things that can be or not be there. The part that should be in vectors is the shape. That is the real logo, that can be used in an engraving a photo book cover, in negative as a watermark, a white version, on hot stamping, etc. ...


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If you'd like to apply precisely some of these stroke effects on your vector text, I think the best way is to do it manually. The stroke in Illustrator are sometime hard to predict and also very well known... it's easy to recognize them sometimes and you probably don't want to have your text look like it used a default stroke. Here's a way to do it. You ...


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I know you've tagged this as an illustrator problem but using Photoshop displacment might also help you. Take the vector shape from Illustrator and copy paste it in a photoshop document as a shape layer... Then right click the layer to rasterize it. then create a new photshop document roughly the same dimensions as your artwork. In this new document go ...



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