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  1. #31
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    Default Re: How to remove pixelization enlarging small image?

    Quote Originally Posted by MIRKOSOFT View Post
    Ok, I tried some things, but I think there's no way how to do it.
    Main problem of that image is that I have only one source - it is photo and only small image, but thank you for help and suggestions.
    Miro
    I'm glad you came back into the conversation - it shows we aren't talking to ourselves.

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    Default Re: How to remove pixelization enlarging small image?

    Hello,

    So I'm trying to do essentially the same thing. I want to make a decal for a welder faceplate and the only images I can find are either blurry already (probably from being resized) or keystoned or photographed.

    https://pg1.b5z.net/get/ob5z/s1000-*...25G_903125.jpg

    This image needs is straight but blurry. It also needs to be scaled up 110% approximately to match the dimensions of the welder. What's the best way to sharpen this? I'm fairly resigned to retyping the text and placing it. Also I'd like to make it only black and white and elminate the grayscale in between. Here are some other images I've found that are clearer but have other issues preventing me from making a decal from them.
    https://pg1.b5z.net/get/ob5z/s1000-*.../i/ec/225g.jpg
    https://d323w7klwy72q3.cloudfront.ne...res/H4657H.JPG

    I've got adobe illustrator but I'm a newbie to graphic design, I primarily do design work from an engineering side (i.e. technical 3D modeling for manufacturing) not an artistic side.

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    Default Re: How to remove pixelization enlarging small image?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeman03 View Post
    Hello,

    So I'm trying to do essentially the same thing. I want to make a decal for a welder faceplate and the only images I can find are either blurry already (probably from being resized) or keystoned or photographed.

    https://pg1.b5z.net/get/ob5z/s1000-*...25G_903125.jpg

    This image needs is straight but blurry. It also needs to be scaled up 110% approximately to match the dimensions of the welder. What's the best way to sharpen this? I'm fairly resigned to retyping the text and placing it. Also I'd like to make it only black and white and elminate the grayscale in between. Here are some other images I've found that are clearer but have other issues preventing me from making a decal from them.
    https://pg1.b5z.net/get/ob5z/s1000-*.../i/ec/225g.jpg
    https://d323w7klwy72q3.cloudfront.ne...res/H4657H.JPG

    I've got adobe illustrator but I'm a newbie to graphic design, I primarily do design work from an engineering side (i.e. technical 3D modeling for manufacturing) not an artistic side.
    I would do one of two things.

    First I would take your last image then distort it to get rid of the perspective - get it to the right shape.

    First option - load to a background layer in illustrator, then place a layer on top and use the illustrator tools to reproduce it.
    Second option - load into your favourite CAD/3D package and do the same.

    It's highly unlikely you can make a decal of a quality you will be happy with from the image.

    It won't take you long to re-create it.

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    Default Re: How to remove pixelization enlarging small image?

    That's funny I never thought to do it in my CAD software, I was hung up on a "magic" solution in Illustrator but redrawing it over top of the first image definitely would be the easiest for me. DUH!
    Thanks for your help!

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    Default Re: How to remove pixelization enlarging small image?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeman03 View Post
    That's funny I never thought to do it in my CAD software, I was hung up on a "magic" solution in Illustrator but redrawing it over top of the first image definitely would be the easiest for me. DUH!
    Thanks for your help!
    Show us the end result!

    Paul

 

 

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