Msg#: 3256724 posted 11:11 am on Feb 19, 2007 (gmt 0)
I recently got a logo designed by a company abroad. They produced various concepts and did a great job. I chose a concept but asked for a variation of colours. They happily did this for me but I said they could just send me it in photoshop format so I could change the colours myself. I thought this would be better than emailing them back saying 'can you make that blue and red rather than blue and black' etc, etc.
I got the psd file and opened it up. It has 7 layers. I cannot seem to change the colours of the text. Can anyone tell me in simple steps how this is achieved? I have emailed them back several times for some help, but their after sales support is some what lacking, which is a shame because they did a good job.
Msg#: 3256724 posted 2:23 pm on Feb 19, 2007 (gmt 0)
AI is Adobe Illustrator, and <i>should</i> be a vector artwork file (as that's what Illustrator is used for). I say "should be" because even tho AI is a vector capable format, it also still supports inclusion of rasterized images. At my previous job I used to get client-supplied artwork files where the client imported rasterized images into Illustrator and re-saved thinking that the raster image would be magically transformed into vector artwork.