Artwork we Accept
The first hour of art is FREE with AntonSport. After that, there is a fee of $35 per half hour for complex Custom Art. All negative references to schools will not be printed. This includes, but not limited to profanity, offensive words or gestures, illegal activities such as alcohol or drug use, and racially derogatory messages. Also Copyright / Trademark Use. Basically, if you don’t own it…we probably can’t print it.
There are several file formats we accept for artwork however vector artwork is preferred. This means that the artwork is made up of paths, or strokes which lead through locations called control points. These vector-oriented images are more flexible than bit-maps because they can be resized and stretched without a loss in fidelity.
The benefit to using a vector format allows our artists to manipulate each layer of your art and resize it without losing image quality making the process that much cleaner and faster!
See What a Difference Vector can Make!
Don’t forget to create outlines for all your fonts to make your text appear exactly as it should!!
A Common File Extension that says your art is VECTOR art
FACT: PDF files will preserve a vector’s qualities. So if you have a .pdf it could be vector!
Not sure about what format your file is or where it came from? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. If you need help with your artwork, send an email to email@example.com or call us at 480.731.3144.
Formats we Accept
- .ai .eps
- .psd .ps .tif .jpg .pdf .png
- .pdf .bmp .jpg .gif
Corel Draw X2:
Outlining your Fonts
There are thousands of different fonts in existence and each one has its own unique flavor. A font can speak volumes about the business, club, or individual it represents. That’s why we take fonts very seriously and choose each one with care.
When you come to us with your artwork we often run into the problem that comes with copyrighted fonts. If a font is copyrighted, Illustrator will not preserve that font. This means that we may see a font like the image on the right (see below) when in reality your artwork looks like the image on the left.
Want to learn more? We have a page that takes you through step by step how to outline your work and save your file in vector format. Click Here