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Author archive for Besim Bruncaj

  • Adding a border to a page

    By Besim Bruncaj on July 15, 2014
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    Click on BORDERS in the Top Menu Click on the page border you would like to add to the artwork Click “Save Image As …” and save the image to your hard drive. Open Microsoft Word (or your word processor) Find the image on your hard drive Drag and drop it into your word file Select the image properties Select […]
  • Nurunisa Gaibie-Harneker

    By Besim Bruncaj on March 27, 2014
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    Assalaamu Alaykum Shukran for your website with free calligraphy. I am an artist and I teach people (more guide them) into making their own paintings with Islamic calligraphy. Just like you, I also want people to have Quranic Ayah surrounding them rather than western art. My paintings are a combination of both, in that I paint modern abstract backgrounds and […]
  • Vectorization tutorial: Adobe Illustrator

    By Besim Bruncaj on June 26, 2013
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    This is a short tutorial on vectorizing our artwork, using Adobe Illustrator. http://freeislamiccalligraphy.com/tutorial/vector.html   Adobe Illustrator is available as a free download from the Adobe website: http://www.adobe.com/products/illustrator.html?promoid=KAUCB
  • How to colour calligraphy

    By Besim Bruncaj on May 13, 2013
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    Please click on the Read More link below to view the full video tutorial.
  • What size paper to use

    By Besim Bruncaj on May 13, 2013
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    There are two standard paper sizes, Letter (popular in the US) and A4 (popular elsewhere). Your printer should be automatically setup to your local standard size.They are very similar in size, the difference being just a few cm/inches. Our artwork can fit either but you might want to trim any excess space that shows up due to ratio difference between […]
  • What kind of paper to use

    By Besim Bruncaj on May 13, 2013
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    In regards to paper quality, the printing should look fine on normal paper as long as you set your printer’s print setting to maximum quality. However, if you want maximum quality results you can buy photo-quality paper at your local stationary shop or online.
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