Hello, whether I can take an interest why 4 stars, it is the exact copy made that the press which you wish to copy was made manually. And I made for you the exact copy of that press. Or you wish that the press was similar to the machine press? With respect for PaintArtStudio.
hello Ch, interesting contest... could you please explain us how do you plan to "re-design" the seal? I mean what exactly are you planing to do with a finished drawing... I ask this as this would really help us design the right thing for you... for example if you gonna take it and pay somebody to carve it manually (which I strongly recommend in this case) then all this vector drawings of it are useless... for 3d print well you need a 3d model rendering not a drawing... so could you please tell us what is next step so we know "for what" we are preparing it - if that makes sense. best regards and good luck
I understand, but it will be so simpler to me to get necessary information and if it is possible, when shooting to bring the camera most close to an object. Pay attention shooting has to be strictly from above, it is desirable that the print lay on a black background. If you make it, I promise as much as possible you to help.
If you could use a very thin, sketch paper (it's a super thin paper that you can find online or in your local art stores). Place it over the area of the image and the use a lead pencil and lightly shade the section where the image is located. This should produce a clearer image that we can then view.
keep in mind when shading, the pencil point should not be pointing downward, it should only be the sides of the lead that shades it, this way it rolls over the paper without damaging the waxed area, try not to press too heavily on it as well