Thanks for the reply Pete.
I did find an image but not both bass and treble clefts with the musical
staves which is what I need.
I've uploaded andimage to imagebin
This is similar to the image I'm trying to work on. The actual image is
proprietary so making it over from scratch is not my first choice.
>From my upload you can see that the image has a number of jagged edges - I
need to smooth them out.
I may try one of the vector graphics programs as you mentin but altering the
image I have seems to be the easiest thing to do at this point.
On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 8:22 AM, Peter Russell <pete992...@inbox.com> wrote:
> go here http://openclipart.org/
> then type in the search box "clef"
> save the ones you want then set the size you need in inkscape then
> export them from there as png files and open in gimp.
> hope this helps. openclipart is very useful for such things as this.
> Regards Pete
> On Wed, 2009-03-25 at 13:57 +0100, CJ wrote:
> > I have an image of two musical staves with the bass and treble cleft
> > that is pixilated. This image will be made into a rubber stamp and needs
> > look professional.
> > The only way I can see to sharpen the image is to scale it up then use
> > pen and ink tool to sharpen the edges - filling in where the pixilation
> > a jagged edge.
> > I am really new to using the Gimp and can't really see how using the
> mouse to
> > guide the pen can work.
> > AM I missing something?... or is there a better way to accomplish what I
> > need?
> > Thanks
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