A&P enlarging graphics in photshops

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  1. themolsen

    themolsen New Member

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    Is there any way to enlarge clip art-style graphics in Photoshop without the edges getting jagged and pixelated, or any other major loss in quality? I have CS3

    I thought I ran across an action for something like this once before, never thought I'd need it, and now I can't find it now that I really need it :o

    Bicubic Smoother in the image size options does a decent job...but there has to be a better way

    halp plz
     
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    I usually just redraw them if I need them bigger :hs:
     
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    well how do I draw a giant arrow in photoshop? should I use illustrator instead?
     
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    You have a pic? maybe I can do it for you.
     
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    Use the pen tool :dunno: I can do it for you
     
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    You just want the arrow?
     
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    :bowdown: that's perfect, thanks! what program did you use?
     
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    For something like that you can use the pen tool or even the wand tool, especially if it's just a solid color.

    www.tutoralized.com for the win. That's the place i went to when I first started learning PHP but they have a whole bunch of stuff there too.
     
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    FlexiSign. It's a decal/sign software, but you can use PS as well. Pen tool is annoying to use at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's :cool:.
     
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    :werd: I woulda used the pen tool
     
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    Well I just acquired Illustrator. life just suddenly became a WHOLE lot easier
     

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