Best print results will always be achieved from the highest quality
input, so always send the best graphics artwork you can get hold of.
On the rare occasion a customer has been disappointed in our
print output it is invariably due to artwork issues, so it is essential
to follow these guidelines. cannot be held
responsible for errors caused by failure to follow this advice.
Ideally, you should email us your artwork in vector file format.
Any of these are suitable -
- CDR.
- EPS. If using Adobe software, save as legacy format illustrator 10.
- AI.     If using Adobe software, up to Adobe CS5 only.

Convert all text to curves before sending.
For Corel Draw users - convert all text to curves (Ctrl+C).
For Adobe illustrator users - convert all text to curves with
create outlines (Shift+Ctrl+O).

If you are unable to supply your artwork in vector file format,
second best option is image file format.
Any of these are suitable - JPG, TIF, GIF, BMP, PNG.
Minimum 300 dpi at actual size, best results 600 dpi actual size.
For more info on differences between vector and image files click here 

We prefer not to use -
- Graphics created with PowerPoint, Excel, or Word (.doc & .docx)
- PDF files. Acceptable for viewing artwork only, not ideal for editing. 

We cannot use -
- Graphics downloaded from web pages. An image may look fine on your
computer monitor, but print output will be blurry and grainy. These are low
resolution image files (usually 72 dpi) which are suitable for screen display
but are far below acceptable standards for printing use.
We print your artwork exactly as supplied to us, and will not make changes
unless specifically requested. Due to the wide variance of monitor settings,
colours can sometimes appear slightly different from computer screen to
print output so if precise colour accuracy is essential, you must supply us
with Pantone reference numbers to match colours.
You can view a Pantone colour reference chart here.. 
For your own protection we state that your order calling for the reproduction
of a crest or similar motif implies that you have obtained permission to
commission the reproduction, which may or may not be subject to copyright.
See our full terms and conditions here.
Emailing artwork.
If you are emailing artwork as an attachment to us -
- Put the title of the job (wording on the artwork) in the 'subject;' bar at
  the top of your email.
- Use this same job title (wording on the artwork) as the name of your
  artwork. If your artwork has a generic, non-specific name such as
  'club logo', 'our badge' or 'image' please rename it before sending.
 We need to distinguish your artwork and order from the many others
Uploading artwork.
If you are uploading artwork to us -
- You must use one of these formats only - jpg, bmp, gif, tif, png,
   and no larger than 5 mb.
- Vector file formats cannot be uploaded - please email instead.
- Use the job title (wording on the artwork) as the name of your artwork.
  If your artwork has a generic, non-specific name such as 'club logo',
  'our badge' or 'image' please rename it before uploading.
1.My artwork is in one of the acceptable formats detailed above.

2.I have supplied pantone refs. for the colours in my artwork.

3.I have converted any text to curves (if applicable).

Artwork guidelines.
Design / Editing Facilities.
If you do not have suitable artwork, or are not sure, please contact us
by email to discuss your requirements.
Our design studio can prepare ready to use artwork for you from basic sources such as a letterhead or cloth badge, or even a rough sketch.
We can also edit existing artwork to suit your needs, such as adding text
around a crest, or adding colours to a design.
Design studio artwork charges.
We charge a one-off fee, usually 6.50 - 20 (depending on the
complexity) for studio editing services. We will advise you by email of
this amount before proceeding. A charge will only be made if your
supplied artwork is not suitable. Artwork fees can be paid online here.

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