Rickeen Posted December 26, 2015 Share Posted December 26, 2015 (edited) Hello, Background of what I'm trying to use Paint for I've been using Paint.net to make video comics for my friends. First, I draw out all of the characters for the story. So, there will be one piece of paper that has a whole bunch of different drawings on it. I then scan that piece of paper so I can get all of the images onto my laptop. After that, I use Paint to cut out parts from the entire image to make a story out of all of the drawings. My problem =( So, I used to be able to use the rectangle select tool to cut out the different drawings I wanted to use to create a story. I would use the tool to select the image I wanted to start with and then cut it and paste it so it would become a single image. I would cut out the drawing I want to use first and then click file and new. Once I hit new, the width and height for my image would already be set by Paint. So, I would just click on edit and then paste so the drawing I wanted became it's own image by itself. Now, when I try to cut and paste my drawings, Paint does not automatically try to adjust the width and height for my images, so my drawings end up being too small. When I try to increase the canvas size or resize the image my drawings become too pixely and don't look as crisp. Is there a way to have Paint automatically try to adjust the width and height for my images again? Edited December 26, 2015 by Rickeen Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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