Suppose I draw with grid -paper, I want some automated way to remove the grid fast. I have earlier used the magic-wand tool in Gimp but it is not really robust and now looking some good solution for batch-editing. The hack of changing the paper will work but I am looking here to automate the grid removal with ready works done with black-grid -paper. How can I automate the removal?
I originally planned Imagemagick but the problem fits better SO, you need to adjust positioning not just cropping. It can be actually quite hard programming challenge requiring pre-positioning etc at the start (paper may be direct etc odd practical challenges). Perhaps the easiest way to solve this programmatically is to remove all lines of certain color, here though a bit challenging because scanning not perfect. Other tools may also work. I moved the programming aspect of this question here.
Solution -candidates so far
- 1.0. Programmatically: see here for SO -thread.
2.0. Paper: change paper
2.1. color -grid
- 2.2. whitelines -grid-paper
- 3.0. tracing tool such as potrace or Vectormagic.com
- 4.0. sketching board with high-intesity light with gridded background