Some support for vector graphics seems to be the issue. Id does state that it can save postscript files.The GNU Image Manipulation Program, or GIMP, is a raster graphics editor application with some support for vector graphics.
Well, this is what is weird. I submitted the same graphic at least 5 times. The first four, it was rejected for insufficient (<.06in) line widths. I finally figured out how to "stroke" the lines in GIMP, saved and submitted, and now it's comlaining that "must be in contours (in Corel Draw) and/or in paths (in Adobe Illustrator and Freehand)."Fluid said:Whether or not spreadshirt can use im not sure.
Bingo! Thanks everyone so much for the help.Twinge said:I haven't personally used GIMP much, but I was under the impression it was primarily (if not entirely) for raster graphics, and NOT for vector.
I think there are some free sources to produce vector images, however - try searching the forums for such. www.inkscape.org was one, though I haven't personally used that one either.