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Being Versatile with Vector

By |April 20th, 2012|Uncategorized|

For clients in need of marketing material which maximizes value in today’s economy, Vector Based artwork is clearly the preferred option.  Illustrators who are capable of working in this media create a product which can be reduced or increased in size with no loss of detail to the illustration.  This process also provides for re-coloration of the image along with the addition and subtraction of features for various applications.

As seen in the various renderings of a 1954 Chevy Pickup, the color and features can be easily changed to meet any potential requirements that might arise.  This same idea applies to illustrators whose creativity encompasses the larger picture, for the creation of illustrations which can be easily modified for use by more than one client.

Client Praise for TPA

By |January 10th, 2012|Uncategorized|

TPA worked closely with Premier Fabrication, Inc. to create an assembly and operations manual for their Barge Spout. This product is used to convey grain from a riverside grain storage facility into a barge at the river’s edge.

This is the feedback they received from one of their customers, “The Operational Manual is awesome. Good work to your design team. This is one of the better assembly manuals I’ve seen in our industry for quite some time. GROWMARK.”

Importance of Illustrations

By |May 3rd, 2011|Uncategorized|

Many companies, when it comes to their products and brand identity, spend a lot of hours, money, and/or manpower in creating their image. If you look at large farm machinery, construction equipment, or auto manufacturers, you can usually tell who built the product by the color scheme, design features, or product markings. And the distinction doesn’t stop with the actual product. If you open their owner’s manuals, parts catalogs, or marketing materials, you will see their documentation has a distinctive look while still following industry standards. Corporate branding uses specific colors, a certain type face, layout style, or even illustrations that are created using a consistent style. Large companies have the revenue and manpower to build a consistent brand from the product to the documentation. Now, how can small to mid-sized companies achieve this same brand recognition without the available resources of a large company?...  Read More