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TOPIC: Vehicle wrap design

Vehicle wrap design 3 months 3 weeks ago #5743

Hi,

I am just wondering does anybody have any links or advice to tutorials on vehicle wrap design using signlab.
I want to superimpose images onto an actual real life van for a client.
From what i gather so far it maybe through the layer tools or gimp tool.



Any help at all will be much appreciated,

Cheers
Mick
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