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    hello everyone,

    i am in need of help with an image a friend made for me but its way to small. i dont know how to enlarge it with out distorting it. Ive tried using photshop but everytime i enlarge it, it comes out all pixily around the edges. Im not sure but if i outline it fist and then enlaarge it would it get rid of the pixily effect. Ill attach the image so if anyone could do it for me or send a tutroial i would really appreciate it.

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    Senior Member [Li] Brad's Avatar
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    I would suggest tracing it to a vector based drawing then resizing and applying the gradient fill/effects etc. This would be the easiest way because your image is not very detailed and is easily traced.

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    Senior Member mafunk's Avatar
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    Convert raster to vector with this http://www.adobe.com/products/streamline/main.html

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    could you sharpen the image in PS, or use a program called grain doc. and try to touch it up.
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    Your best bet is to redraw it with illustrator or flash. You won't be able to resize that or bitmap trace it well at all.

    Even if you could, you don't want to make your logo a reused graphic... make it a little different. and change the color to orange / yelllow !!!


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