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Dave R

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Showed an earlier version elsewhere but thought I would bring the latest here. The woodgrain background is yet to be added as the jury is still out on such things as the frame (too small, needs texture also, make it totally different, etc).

The overall size is 3' x 6'.

I'd appreciate your critique.

Thanks;

Dave

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I have been looking at your text.
I believe you should bring the e's closer to the other letters, they look sort of lonely and lost
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Really interesting request from Dave and response by Woffie as it addresses kerning. I'm very much on the front edge (opposite of leading edge) when it comes to some of these wonderful design programs but I'm wondering if/how they have a kerning function - it's been around for eons and used extensively for good reason. If yes, well I'm just a newbie who's not found it yet, which is quite likely. (Aspire in my case) If no, then I'm guessing that it may have to do with some of these programs are bitmap based so perhaps not doable?
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Hey Gerry!
You can adjust the kerning in Aspire before you convert the text to curves. Select the text, select the "Edit text spacing" icon, then use the shift key and click between each letter, or use no shift button to move it the other way.

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