In order not to bother the customers with excessive wishes for the layout, we ask for the minimum possible amount of information, without which it is simply impossible to translate into design what the customer intended.
Provide a mock-up or ready-made sample - in any form - from a pencil drawing to a photo from the podium.
The main thing is that the designer can understand what, in the end, you want to receive.
To create embroidery requires such data:
Clear pattern of future embroidery. It may be:
Drawing in any graphic format (preferably in a common format). File size is not limited.
Drawing on paper, made in any form (even pencil drawing, made "by hand"). But the figure should be visible to all the smallest details.
The finished embroidered product, focusing on which you want to perform embroidery.
Logo size (height or width).
Height or width. Only one dimension is needed - the second size will be proportional.
It is no secret that the quality of the work done is the merit of both the performer and, to some extent, the customer. How the customer will be able to convey to the artist his idea, his vision of the final product.
Basic wishes for the layout for embroidery
The image should be as clear as possible. So that you can see all the details of the image.
Not always that which seems understandable and self-evident, in the same way seems to the order performer.
So that it’s not possible that the customer talked about one thing, and the contractor understood something completely different, it’s best to provide all the information about the order in the form of any document - electronic or on paper.
We do not have any conditions or special requirements for the layout.
The more the designer needs to do the work with the layout to get a quality product, the higher the design development cost will be.
Here is an example of an unsuccessful layout for creating embroidery.
According to this picture, the programmer, unfortunately, will not be able to create a design for the embroidery machine.
Although the overall image of the product is visible, there are absolutely no visible small details.
You can come up with small details, but whether they really were such is hard to guess.
With such a sketch, you must first contact the artist, and after that, you can create a design for embroidery.