Cricket Shirt mount

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Cricket Shirt mount

Post by birdman » Thu 06 Aug, 2009 2:30 pm

We were asked to reframe an England cricket shirt that had been damaged in the post. After agreeing to do it we were then asked to add a Belfry score book signed by Andrew Strauss. The shirt is signed by all the team and it's Strauss's shirt. We are complete novices with Corel Draw and with help from Merlin we have managed to design and produce what the customer wants, we hope.

The mount is relatively simple to look at but not so simple to design for someone new to Corel.
Cr shirt.jpg
Cr Shirt Mount.Fu2
We are pleased with the end result and would like to publicly thank John for his help. It will be in a black frame when we finish it later today.

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Re: Cricket Shirt mount

Post by northernstar074 » Mon 17 May, 2010 1:42 pm

Hi

Would you possibly have the file in either plt or dxf format ?????

I could really find a use for that !!!! :)

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Re: Cricket Shirt mount

Post by birdman » Tue 18 May, 2010 11:46 am

Hi Anthony,

I'll have a look for you. If I can find the plt version I'll pm you tonight or tomorrow.
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