"Another thing you could do is to use supersizer to enlarge your original image into the canvas area. Then vectorize that canvas (use the enlarged canvas as the source for the vectorizer) to regenerate a black and white image with crisp anti-aliased…"
"If you run it using your original source image into a larger canvas size, then the vectorizer will generate the effect into the higher res canvas. That may or not give you what you want, depending on what the vectorizer settings are and how the…"
"The best way to enlarge it is to output an eps file for the vectorizer effect. You could then import it into a program that re-renders eps (like photoshop) at arbitrary resolutions. When you run the import, choose a really high dpi for the image…"
Hi,I am enclosing a picture that was produced pretty small using the vectorizer..because of this the image has been simplified considerably, which I like.My question is - can i enlarge the image by using history or PASQ and maintain the image exactly as it is?..as more detail is produced with each successive enlargement which I dont want.Or is supersizer my only option?I suppose what I am looking to do is enlarge the image exactly as it is and maintain crisp sharp edges.See More
Hello, Mark. If you mean AnimeStudioPro (moho) , I found it's easy to use has a few "bugs" you can work around. control/R for render in order to see changes and/or progress. It's all vector art resolution independent!
Mark, You can't utilize the full range of effects available in the pro version. :) I like how Pro is thrown around!
Yes studio artist is a dream come true now how to find my
way around it. (as he works now in his third year of use)
" Thanks for commenting. I'm sorry I don't remember the Presets I used as I did this 6 months ago. I did the colour paint work first on a layer. I then did the outline on a second layer and blend the layers. The…"
"It's something we have thought about before, and would be a very cool feature addition.
There are a lot of ramifications as far as how to support something like this in the existing user interface. As well as preset file format ramifications.…"
HiI would like to be able to run one PAS from inside another. A bit like a subroutine. I can see that there would have to be a limit on how deep these calls could go and that there might be problems with recursion. Would it be possible to implement this?Paul TebbattSee More