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And now for another set I've been working on, and finished over the long weekend.
Deadwood, I've been rewatching it again. That show would have made some fantastic costume cards...










pure AWESOMENESS
I would buy that for sure
 
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Wow Eek Nice job everyone. I am in awe.

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I really like the X-Files cards........
 
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Worked on some Mulan today.





Is it just me or is Photobucket messing up?

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So today I got a little carried away. I have been trying to figure out what i wanted to do for Sherlock but I had not come up with anything yet. Then I thought I could combine a few of the great shows on PBS Mystery and well you can see what happened...Smile


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I did a few more that I could remember, however i dont think that Midsomer Murders, Pie in the Sky or Johnathan Creek were part of these series. Am I wrong? I know they have been shown on PBS but I dont see where they are listed as part of the series.


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Hi chris
Did you get my email?
Love the latest cards! Midsummer murders would b good too!
All the best
Paul
 
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Hi all,

I'm back with more questions Roll Eyes Razz

I set my template on Photoshop Elements as 3.5 height, 2.5 width (Inches) - Thanks to previous recommendations.

My problem now is that when I import images to make up the card - since the images smaller that the card - the images end up pixlated on the card Confused

Any idea on how to correct this? Thanks.

Loving all the cards being uploaded!! Clap One of the best threads in a long time.
 
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The only way to correct this is to find a higher resolution image.

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Hi all,

I'm back with more questions Roll Eyes Razz

I set my template on Photoshop Elements as 3.5 height, 2.5 width (Inches) - Thanks to previous recommendations.

My problem now is that when I import images to make up the card - since the images smaller that the card - the images end up pixlated on the card Confused

Any idea on how to correct this? Thanks.

Loving all the cards being uploaded!! Clap One of the best threads in a long time.
 
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This is the card in question that was pixilated - Not sure if it was the setting in Photoshop or if it still looks pixilated?

This is the start of my season 1 autograph set for The Mentalist Clap Hope to have these made up and sent off in a few weeks Big Grin
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Chuck Bartowski:
The only way to correct this is to find a higher resolution image.

Thank you! I'll make sure to do that with the other cards Wavey
 
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This is the card in question that was pixilated - Not sure if it was the setting in Photoshop or if it still looks pixilated?

This is the start of my season 1 autograph set for The Mentalist Clap Hope to have these made up and sent off in a few weeks Big Grin



Nice Card!!

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I'm having trouble finding images for this show that are big enough, but here are 6 so far



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I love that show!!!!! Wonderful looking cards!

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Very lovely Chuck, such a fantastic design and very clever use of the Gilmore Girls logo Clap
 
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Hi all,

I'm back with more questions Roll Eyes Razz

I set my template on Photoshop Elements as 3.5 height, 2.5 width (Inches) - Thanks to previous recommendations.

My problem now is that when I import images to make up the card - since the images smaller that the card - the images end up pixlated on the card Confused

Any idea on how to correct this? Thanks.

Loving all the cards being uploaded!! Clap One of the best threads in a long time.


Yeah, you'll need to find a larger image that you can then reduce in size to fit on the card. Easiest way to do this is once you have the image on your layer, use keyboard CTRL and T, which will highlight around the image size, then you can reduce it to fit.
 
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Here are some of the Primeval cards I did for Paul Hart.


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Hey Chris,

When you resize an image I recommend you keep the height/width ratio fixed. It appears you may be manually resizing the image. Generally when I increase the size I'll increase either the height or the width and let fixed ratio control the other dimension. This should keep the actor from being too narrow or wide from the resizing as the proportions will remain the same.
 
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True, I do have to do that from time to time but only because the pictures I am using dont always fit in the space I need and I dont always have the time to recut the picture. If I used Photoshop it might be easier as well.

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True, I do have to do that from time to time but only because the pictures I am using dont always fit in the space I need and I dont always have the time to recut the picture. If I used Photoshop it might be easier as well.


Ah...does that online program not allow inputted resizing?

I try to set up my cards at 96 dpi and 5.35" wide and 7.5" tall (or vice versa for horizontally arranged cards which I don't really like doing). This way I can always size my images accordingly. After the card is done I resize to 2.5"X3.5" by upping the dpi.

btw...paint.net is free, and is great for messing around in.
 
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