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Can someone help me increase the resolution on this image?


kazzink

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We want to have this printed on pint glasses for our wedding, and the company doing it said they need it to be at least 300 dpi. We pretty much exhausted our photoshop skills making the image. Can anyone help us?

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kazzink

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Thank you! This looks really good. One question: is it possible to make the lines in the "r" and the "s" line up without a break? (See what I mean?)

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carlbush

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kazzink, here is another try ... this is a .JPG image at 300 dpi and I have attached the same image in .PDF format. One of these two files should be usable by your supplier. I took the liberty of adjusting the dog's legs a bit. The rear legs were not on the same plane as the front legs and made them appear to be floating in the air. One of the front legs looked like the foot was chopped. The font for the names is "Fontleroy" (-or "Fauntleroy") ... download it from DAFONT.COM for free. The "Date" text uses a different font so I had to improvise with something close.
Cheers, Carl
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