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Scanning tips...helpHELP

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_Tesseract, Dec 27, 2001.

  1. I'm trying to scan a pencil drawing.
    The drawing is smooth as hell and all its tones are midtones.
    The things is that it has some heavylines(hardpressing) and as you all know pencil is a metal.
    So when the scanner lamp goes by, it fucks it up. Its darkens and hardens it, by some weird reflection and shadow shit that i suspect is goin on....


  3. no cant be done, it aint a pencil outline.Its full shaded.
    Anyway, i think i got it.
    It doesnt look like the original at all but anyway...
  4. OK, this can be deleted/closed, whatever...
    i got as close as i could get.
    thanx and of course, sorry;)