Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. 4 hours ago, ibearlee said:

    two circles that move together

     

    That's how the clone stamp tool works. The two are locked together and move together. Here's the relevant text from the documentation:

     

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    Note that the source point moves in the same path as the tool when cloning starts. This results in the tool path being copied as a stripe rather than just the source point.

     

    REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/CloneStamp.html\

     

    If you're trying to copy the same source region to a number of destinations, try using copy/paste or the paint brush (for solid colors). 


  2. Hey SamIAm - welcome to the forum :)

     

    2500mm x 400mm equals 98.4252in x 15.748in

     

    98.4 x 300 DPI = 29520 pixels

    15.75 x 300 DPI = 4725 pixels.

     

    Use Image > Canvas Size to open the dialog shown below.

     

    Under Pixel size, make your Width  29520 pixels and the Height  4725 pixels. Set the Resolution to 300 pixels/inch. Ignore everything else.

     

    canvassize.png

     

    BTW I'm sure you're going to be astonished how big this canvas is going to be. I'm not unconvinced an image 2.5m x 0.4m needs to be printed at that resolution. 300 DPI is printed-art sort of quality. A sign this size is bound to be viewed from a distance, so you could probably halve the resolution IMO.


  3. Your image has 3275 individual colors. However, I don't see any gray. This might give you a range of gray colors to choose from.

     

    Small test: I uniformly recolored a single sea 'cell' with a random gray-ish color (#939598). Then used the Magic Wand tool with tolerance =10% to select the recolored cell. I got a single selection of 13684 pixels (find the number in the Status Bar). Next I held down Shift (=Global Flood Mode) & reselected the same cell. The number of selected pixels was the same. I concluded that there are no colors with 10% tolerance of #939598. That means that color is safe to use.

     

    #2E5996 is another I found by the same method. How many new colors do you need?