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I would guess that the screen-template (your screenshot) will not be that big in the mockup itself. Use the ruler to measure the size of the screen in the final mockup. if that one is smaller than the resolution of your screen, you can just scale the screenshot up to 2880x1800px what results in quality-loss. It will be then again resized to a smaller ...


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After all, the image needs to be cleaned. In GIMP you can use the Select By Color tool with a threshold of e.g. 30 and select the background: Delete the selection with del key and un-select with Shift-Ctrl-A: Scale the image to the desired size using a proper interpolation algorithm: Note that now the drawing is very little: In order to obtain a ...


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I would agree that making the switch is a little daunting at first but it's a good idea to learn these ropes I suppose. From a print point of view you sound clear on what you're working with. Check your Font license to see if you are able to share and distribute the Font to the printer, worst case is Outline the Font, however please don't hold me accountable ...


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When looking at the images from the site, it seems that they were not saved exactly the same. Displayed image: Hidden image: The bottom image seems a bit grainy compared to the top image. I would double check to make sure both images were saved the same, and see if that fixes your problem.


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Choosing or getting the printhouse to select the right stock is important, different papers (and inks/print method) get different results, there is a minimum visible print size, but I doubt that was the issue - in all cases get a proof of the print job and make the supplier stick to it, they dont want you to be disappointed so offering you the help you ...



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