This highly detailed, realistic depiction of an old-school ghetto blaster / boombox took well over 12 hours to draw, and at least that to prepare for you. Even though there are countless curves, it’s neatly organized with all objects named, grouped accordingly and broken up into 8 convenient layers making it super-easy to work with.
From the little knobs, switches, indicators, meters, jacks, right down to a phoney Dolby NR logo—this graphic is made to impress. And with so many file types to choose from, both legacy and new, you’ll have something that will open it I’m sure. And if not, I’m here to help you. I’m also available for freelance work should you want changes made that are outside of your abilities.
VECTOR FILES INCLUDED:
+ Adobe Illustrator (10, CS, CS5) + Corel Draw (10,15) + EPS Vector (PS2,PS3) + PDF (Acrobat 6)
+Photoshop (CS5) : The Photoshop file has no text regions and have been exported at 11×8 inches (4800px by 3314px) at 600dpi. If you don’t have a vector-based application, and need it larger please contact me and I will be happy to export it at a different size you.
In order to display the font used you will need to head on over to dafont.com and download & install the font: TR-909. Link: http://www.dafont.com/tr909.font
3 EDITABLE TEXT AREAS:
You can change the logo text on the ghetto blaster as well as the text on the cassette tapes. You can find the 3 editable text areas within the first layer named “EDITABLE TEXT”.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Daniel Johnston (35) is a self-taught, multi-disciplined artist born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (eh).