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How big is this thing supposed to be? Because what you describe isn't much larger than a sheet of paper. This sounds like the sort of thing you would be doing in vector anyway, If he is going to have it printed on vinyl then it must be done in vector format in illustrator or Corel draw. After you have done the art in vector the size makes no difference ...


Just add in a vector graphic of your watermark. Then you can scale to any size without ruining degrading the look and feel of the watermark


I would check out this tutorial. This might help.


I'm thinking that perhaps setting two quick guides onto the centre of the original selection and then creating a new one might be relatively easy and quick, but again - not an ideal solution.


Before starting, look at the original graphics you're trying to emulate. You'll see the areas of colour are flat and bright because the shapes themselves - believe it or not! - are straight edged areas. The only time you get the pixellating effect is when the lines are slightly off-straight, sloping. So you need a program that emulates this from the ...


When you are working with so few pixels you have to make every pixel count. I doubt an automated scaler will achive that with satisfactory quality. My advice would be to downscale to the size required as normal, then zoom in, turn on the grid and go over your image pixel by pixel cleaning it up. To enhance the retro look you should also work with a limited ...


Here is a somewhat easy method to convert full size images to pixel graphics. Starting image To begin, go to Image -> Image Size. Change the Resample method to Nearest Neighbor, this will keep the hard edges. You can zoom into the preview on the left to get a good idea of what your end result will look like. You can see I'm at 500% in this example. Next ...


Inkscape can export scaled bitmaps. Besides resizing, the resulting graphics can take into account added enhancements such as clipping, masking, gradients, and filter effects. If density and dimension are final, the original graphics and part of their elaboration can be replaced with the corresponding exported bitmaps. That makes it possible to continue ...


Finally, it turned out that scaling PSD is totally wrong approach. There is an option "Save for Web" (also "Export As" in CC 2015.5) where target size could be selected.


Click on Window then select artboards Then in that window click on the symbol to the right your artboard. This will bring up Artboard Options. There you can modify the width or height.


I've encounter this when I try to change the dimensions as you did. I realized that if I kept the "maintain aspect ratio" on while entering the pixel dimensions it would tend to round it off a pixel or two. Not sure why. BUT if I entered the number manually for both the (H) and (W) then it would keep what I entered. Give it a go and let me know if that works?...

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