Daniel Hornung wrote:
> On Thursday 22 January 2009, Ajay Gautam wrote:
>> Now that you know the desired end result, what would the best way to
>> go about creating the it, if I were to recreate it from start?
>> Thanks
>> Ajay
> If you can recreate it (or will anyway), do it in a resizable format, like 
> svg 
> with a program like Inkscape.

Basically, I agree, but when dealing with such low resolutions,
IMHO Inkscape doesn't do a good job at converting such small text
properly. In your case, I found that scaling the logo down with
the option 'bicubic' works best. Then copy the logo on a second
layer & set the layer mode to 'Multiply'. Then reduce the transparency
slightly, until the blue looks almost like in the original (it will
become somewhat darker due to the different layer mode). Merge the
image down & apply an 'Unsharp Mask' to it with the amount'25'.
Finally, apply 'Colors > Hue/Saturation > Lightness', until you
have the original blue again.



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