COMIC Request: Ultra/very high res images...

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  1. droopz

    droopz New Member

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    ... That would make good posters or backboarded pics for my computer room?

    Way too much empty wall in here :greddy:
     
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    mwmhong Donkey Punch All-Star

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    hallofheroes.free.fr/Images/Posters/crisis.jpg
     
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    Thanks.

    It is hi res but very grainy. I think it wouldn't look that flash as a large print.
     
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    How would you get it printed large?
     
  5. droopz

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    Mate at a sign writing joint here. He makes all my posters and shirts and shit.

    I'd get the picture printed as large as i could with it still looking decent, then get it black boarded and hang it like that. I dont think comic art looks that good in a frame.
     
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    You could also try to rasterbate it. Done it on a few wallpapers i have and they turned out great.
     
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    i rasterbate pretty often. I've never tried to do it on a wallpaper though.
     
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    Rasterbating looks awkward if it's too big, as long as you know what you're doing you can make it work well in smaller sizes.
     
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