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d6a7bc3de0542693419c25243ecdcc54.jpg 36k .jpg file can anyone please resize this image to 960x544 i have a vita and would love this picture on it please and thank you...
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Here's my first attempt. Is it ok? I had to cut off a few millimeters of his hair in order to avoid cutting off the cool light effect at the bottom.

 

DesiredNameResize544x960.jpg?dl=1 

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/pu4wdrwm89thvny/DesiredNameResize544x960.jpg?dl=1

 

I cropped it and then resized it. It actually took me several tries to get this to become perfect. The resolution is slightly lower than the original because I cropped it and then I resized the cropped image (it's almost like I cropped it and then zoomed in to what would be full screen for 544x960). It was all trial & error in order to avoid distorting it even in the least bit, and it was a fun learning experience.

 

I used the program called paint.net. I highly recommend it.

 

Edit: I had to Google what the Vita is. Now that I know what it is, I'm worried about something: is this image going to be sideways? If I were to resize the original to be 960 pixels wide by 544 pixels tall, then it would look like he's standing in front of a funhouse mirror. Here's what I mean:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7vdl9vgay5fwzds/DesiredNameResize960x544FunhouseMirrorEffect.jpg?raw=1


Edited by TwoCables - 7/7/16 at 5:33pm
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Wow thank you sorry for the late reply i really loved this picture its BA.. And im very beat atm so i cant really try it but i will let u know if it was a succes tommorw..and thank you for all your time and effort i relly appreciate it and agian this picture is very epic for me and would love it to work but if not than still thank you for your time...
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Wow thank you sorry for the late reply i really loved this picture its BA.. And im very beat atm so i cant really try it but i will let u know if it was a succes tommorw..and thank you for all your time and effort i relly appreciate it and agian this picture is very epic for me and would love it to work but if not than still thank you for your time...

 

You're welcome! The only way it wouldn't work is, if the Vita doesn't accept the .JPG format. Otherwise, the only potential issue I can see from the one single photo I saw of the Vita is, it will be sideways. I mean, otherwise, it's precisely 544x960.

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Thank you so mch tbh the funhouse picure worked great. He looks alittle big but other wise its great , not saying u shouod do it but i doubt it since the image has been altered all ready would be nice to make it more HD, but anyways u did an awesome job basically what i wanted. I use to have an account here a long time ago but ended up loosing password and all and than i fell off planet earth but im back now and again Thank you (:.
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Thank you so mch tbh the funhouse picure worked great. He looks alittle big but other wise its great , not saying u shouod do it but i doubt it since the image has been altered all ready would be nice to make it more HD, but anyways u did an awesome job basically what i wanted. I use to have an account here a long time ago but ended up loosing password and all and than i fell off planet earth but im back now and again Thank you (:.

 

You can't make it HD. I don't even know how you'd attempt that without faking hundreds of extra pixels somehow.

 

Anyway, you're welcome.

 

A thought just occurred to me: I could probably take the first one (the one that I liked more), give it a 960px wide background of a similar color, and then just crop and paste him right there. He'd be kinda small, but at least he wouldn't be fat! :)

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If you wouldnt mind doing that, that would be awesome but if you cant find the time for it i understand man, anyways i apperciate all that u have done (:
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Hmm. I think I finally decided on a color. What do you think of this?

 

2829002

 

I tried many different colors from the clouds, the fog, the mountains, the whiter sky peeking through, and I also tried just plain black and just plain white. Then I started trying colors from the pixels on the ground. I was favoring the way plain black looked over plain white, so I looked for some of the darker pixels and found some great ones on the bottom-left corner and chose my favorite. What do you think though? Should it be darker? Lighter? White? Black? Some special color that matches your Vita? Some other color entirely?

 

I found the source of this image: http://imgur.com/icfsRaP

 

As you can see, it's much higher in quality.

 

Here's a version where I painted out Marco's logo though:

 

2829041

 

 

Does it look to you like this could be the way this image was before he added the logo? That's what I'm going for here. If you can tell that it's just some amateur's attempt at removing the logo, then I have another method I can try, but I'm not going to do it yet because I want to see what you think. This deserves to be of the highest quality possible.

 

Edit: Something's not right with my computer. When I did the one that has the logo, it turned out perfect. It has the exact same brightness and exact same color as the original. It's identical. However, something has changed because now whenever I open the one that has the logo or even the original in Paint.net or Microsoft Paint, it looks darker - like the one above without the logo (you can see it if you compare them carefully). No matter what, I can't get an exact copy of the original like I was able to get before. I don't know what I did to make this happen. So, I guess that's my final version. :/


Edited by TwoCables - 7/15/16 at 6:21am
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Would something like this work?

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Hmm. I think I finally decided on a color. What do you think of this?

2829002


I tried many different colors from the clouds, the fog, the mountains, the whiter sky peeking through, and I also tried just plain black and just plain white. Then I started trying colors from the pixels on the ground. I was favoring the way plain black looked over plain white, so I looked for some of the darker pixels and found some great ones on the bottom-left corner and chose my favorite. What do you think though? Should it be darker? Lighter? White? Black? Some special color that matches your Vita? Some other color entirely?

I found the source of this image: http://imgur.com/icfsRaP

As you can see, it's much higher in quality.

Here's a version where I painted out Marco's logo though:

2829041



Does it look to you like this could be the way this image was before he added the logo? That's what I'm going for here. If you can tell that it's just some amateur's attempt at removing the logo, then I have another method I can try, but I'm not going to do it yet because I want to see what you think. This deserves to be of the highest quality possible.

Edit: Something's not right with my computer. When I did the one that has the logo, it turned out perfect. It has the exact same brightness and exact same color as the original. It's identical. However, something has changed because now whenever I open the one that has the logo or even the original in Paint.net or Microsoft Paint, it looks darker - like the one above without the logo (you can see it if you compare them carefully). No matter what, I can't get an exact copy of the original like I was able to get before. I don't know what I did to make this happen. So, I guess that's my final version. :/
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Thank you for your patience and effort on helping me,bud, i really appreciate it, i dont think those would work tbh havnt tried them tbh becuase what purdeboy did was perfect. Not saying what you did was wrong but his altered picture worked the best i love it and i appreciate what you have done so i will definelty give you rep. Thank you agian i use 1 of the pictures on my,phone smile.gif.
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