Scanning and using detailed line art


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Scanning and using detailed line art

In this exercise, we're going to scan a piece of complex line art and then we compare this image of the octopus with a feather image that we did in the previous movie, we see there is a world of difference between them. With a feather, that image is all about reproduction of edges. This image is all about reproduction of the detail that's on the inside of the octopus. Unlike the feather where it really didn't make too much difference as to what the outline of that image was in terms of the dimension because we intended to convert it to vectors anyway, here with a complex image, we may indeed want to pay better attention or more attention to our actual output dimensions.

If you had a very small image, and you intend to use it at a much larger dimension, this is the place to scale it because you're working with original raw data and particularly if you're capturing more than 8 bits per pixel on your image. So this original image is about 5x7 and we are going to repro...

Scanning and using detailed line art
Video duration: 10m 52s 6h 53m Intermediate

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Scanning and using detailed line art provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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