I have a customer that has created vector artwork in Affinity Designer (there are 4 different logos in total, which I am needing to open in Corel and lay them out all on the on page in order to screen print them) and exported it as an .EPS, however when I try to open it, I am unable to ungroup the objects in order to assemble as needed. When I open them the logos are skewed and act more like jpg images, however I know they are not as I know the person that is creating them and he knows what I need.
Please see attached one of the .EPS as an example.
I am pulling my hair out and would massively appreciate any help anyone can give me. I have a bit of a deadline and I'm going bald...
Thank you in advance, Craig
I don't see any attachment.
You might try putting it in a .ZIP file, and attach that. Or, put the file on-line somewhere and share a link.
Hi Eskimo, thanks for helping out!
I have just had an email from the guy that provided this, and he is saying that it is odd as he sends .EPS file like the attached (thanks for the ZIP recommendation BTW) to many different printed and never heard back from them...
I am a garment customiser and need to work with vectors, especially when it is multiple logos being printer on a t-shirt.
Thanks again, Craig
When I import that EPS file into CorelDRAW, it comes in as a group of two bitmaps.
It doesn't appear distorted or skewed to me. I do see effects that I assume would have to be rendered as bitmaps when exporting to EPS.
I Distilled the EPS file and it's a 2 page PDF with a blank second page and rasterized effects on page 1. It and the original EPS file open fine in 2020 if you select to open page 1 only, the supplied file is basically of little value. I don't know if it's due to an inability of the Affinity export filter. Maybe they should try exporting as a pdf.PDF
Thanks for having a look. I have attached a PDF of the same logo. PDF
I am using CD 2017.