Marilynx Posted December 2, 2015 Share Posted December 2, 2015 This one's a charity piece -- the lady who did therapy on my 17.5 year old Dachshund and made his last days much more comfortable is setting up her own business. Horse and Dog rescue and physical therapy. She has some artwork which needs to be cleaned up so it can be used on flyers, t-shirts, etc. to raise money. It started with a pencil sketch which someone turned into a banner for her, but didn't give her the art file from which it was done. Also apparently, didn't give the pencil sketch back. I have a photograph, taken with a phone, of the banner. Pulled it into PDN, and cleaned it up considerably with the Magic Wand, then put a plain red layer behind it. But there's still a whole slough of loose pixels here and there. And the white is not as crisp and clean as it should be, not to mention patches of gray in it, and serious pixelation in some of the smaller areas. If I could find a free font which matched the one given, I'd just replace the lettering altogether. Did try a couple of font matchers, but none of their suggestions were even close. Any suggestions for how I can make this look the best it can? I'll also be turning this into a B&W for business cards and so forth. What worries me is that in 300 dpi, this is a small picture, so enlarging it for posters and things is going to be tricky. Any thoughts, suggestions, etc. for the best way to do this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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