(Found thanks)Instruction graphics design help please?

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(Found thanks)Instruction graphics design help please?

Hi all,

I could really use some help from some flashaholic with some graphic design capability. Let me start by saying I am happy to PAY you for your assistance.
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I need to make instruction sheets for some of my products and the things I am trying to explain require the use of some imagery and I cannot make the pictures. I also don’t understand anything about how this type of thing needs to be formatted etc if that matters.
Here is an example of the type of images I need, basically looks like an ink pen sketch.

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I want to create a set of installation instructions that are easy to understand to a total novice for my Magcharger bulb ( and a couple other products). Sometimes installing the LED upgrade requires that you take the old bi-pin bulb and twist the socket to the pins line up correctly etc.
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If this is something you can do for me please let me know..

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Hey, it looks like your images aren’t loading. You could try hosting them on Imgur or similar.

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It would be wonderful to possess the artistic ability to create those types of images by hand but that talent is rare.

Try searching the internet with various search terms like "turn photo into black line art" and hopefully one of those methods could provide acceptable images to cut and paste into your instruction sheets.

You could also do a video and make a QR code for it using one to the methods found on the internet to include in the instruction sheet for customers who do not want to type the video's URL link.

Hope your recent dental implants are healing well. For me it has been somewhat fortunate having to wear a mask in public that hides the gap while mine heal during this Covid crisis.

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roostre wrote:

It would be wonderful to possess the artistic ability to create those types of images by hand but that talent is rare.


Try searching the internet with various search terms like “turn photo into black line art” and hopefully one of those methods could provide acceptable images to cut and paste into your instruction sheets.


You could also do a video and make a QR code for it using one to the methods found on the internet to include in the instruction sheet for customers who do not want to type the video’s URL link.


Hope your recent dental implants are healing well. For me it has been somewhat fortunate having to wear a mask in public that hides the gap while mine heal during this Covid crisis.


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That QR code thing is a good idea. I think for now I am going to try that and see how it goes.

In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
http://asflashlights.com/ Everyday Carry Flashlights, plus Upgrades for Maglite.