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Chris27989

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Hi Guys.
Im trying to restore an old 1920's oil can for a birthday present for a old relative in the family and I have found this picture (underneath) but need it reworked to make it flat so its like a labell that I can stick to the oil can. any help will be greatly apprecated :D not only by me but my grandad too :D
I have attached a copy of what the original can looks like for reference if anyone can help :D and im sure this was a prop in an old 1920 - 1930s movie :lol

Thanks Chris


 

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Chris27989

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hi again ive managed to recreat what i need but as i cutted an pasted the logo it is pixalating when magnified could anyone do a clean up on it for me



thanks chris
 

Luke0312

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Hi Guys.
Im trying to restore an old 1920's oil can for a birthday present for a old relative in the family and I have found this picture (underneath) but need it reworked to make it flat so its like a labell that I can stick to the oil can. any help will be greatly apprecated :D not only by me but my grandad too :D
I have attached a copy of what the original can looks like for reference if anyone can help :D and im sure this was a prop in an old 1920 - 1930s movie :lol

Thanks Chris


You did notice the label on the 1st can is different from the 2nd can correct? The flag on the 2nd can matches the sign though.

Here's a more straight on image with the logo from the 1st can. If someone else doesn't get it for you, I'll try to do at the first of the week.

 

Luke0312

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hi again ive managed to recreat what i need but as i cutted an pasted the logo it is pixalating when magnified could anyone do a clean up on it for me



thanks chris
Snuck it in on me, ha.

Create it in a vector program to avoid the pixelation. Inkscape is free to download and pretty simple to use.
 

Luke0312

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Not perfect, but will this work for you?



*edit* might help if I spell kerosene correctly, haha
 
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