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I'm a junior grapich designer, and from work i get a logo( in PSD format) and its without layers.Problem is that who made the logo, looks good on small formats, but like trash when i make it bigger. Those blue corners are my problem because orange looks good. Can someone give me an ideea how to reconstruct the logo? ( I don't have any layers on my PSD format so I don't know what should i use)Celemaibuneoferte-logo.jpg

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Lock the image that you have. You may want to reduce its opacity first, to make it easier to see what you're drawing.

Set guides to aid you, use the Ellipse tool to make the circular portions, and the Pen tool to trace the rest. Use the Shape Builder tool to join the parts that need to be united and to remove the parts that don't belong.

 

Peter

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Edit: The purple-circled intersection indicates a spot to place the Ellipse tool for the outer circle.

 

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Logo in PSD file intro II file

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I'm a junior grapich designer, and from work i get a logo( in PSD format) and its without layers.Problem is that who made the logo, looks good on small formats, but like trash when i make it bigger. Those blue corners are my problem because orange looks good. Can someone give me an ideea how to reconstruct the logo? ( I don't have any layers on my PSD format so I don't know what should i use)Celemaibuneoferte-logo.jpg

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Correct answer by tromboniator | Adobe Community Professional

Lock the image that you have. You may want to reduce its opacity first, to make it easier to see what you're drawing.

Set guides to aid you, use the Ellipse tool to make the circular portions, and the Pen tool to trace the rest. Use the Shape Builder tool to join the parts that need to be united and to remove the parts that don't belong.

 

Peter

tromboniator_0-1610096002247.png

Edit: The purple-circled intersection indicates a spot to place the Ellipse tool for the outer circle.

 

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Lock the image that you have. You may want to reduce its opacity first, to make it easier to see what you're drawing.

Set guides to aid you, use the Ellipse tool to make the circular portions, and the Pen tool to trace the rest. Use the Shape Builder tool to join the parts that need to be united and to remove the parts that don't belong.

 

Peter

tromboniator_0-1610096002247.png

Edit: The purple-circled intersection indicates a spot to place the Ellipse tool for the outer circle.

 

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It look amazing, thank you very much for your help !

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You're welcome. I hope that's enough to get you going.

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