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Old 08-10-2007, 01:21 PM
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Re: Help with image. Little/No detail

Her face is what is really giving me a problem too. Whatever coloring method they used really made the image smudgy. This is the best result I got scanning. The JPEG artifacts are not in the original scan. I assume they are just from me shrinking it down and "saving for the web". Thanks for the efforts guys. You got a nice amount of detail. More than I did. This is the most difficult image I have worked on so far. Its one heck of a challenge though.
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Old 08-10-2007, 08:46 PM
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Re: Help with image. Little/No detail

yes, shrinking always tends to induce those .jpg blocks.

also, there is some evidence i can see in the image to suggest that her eyes may have been looking downwards, such that you'd not see the eyes but only the lids.
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