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  1. 4 hours ago, Smallpatch said:

    If you are talking about a printer

    I think I understand. You draw the picture on graph paper then photograph it. After that you transfer the images from the camera card to the computer. Resize it to your needs with Rapid Resizer and then print it.


    I used to use an inkjet printer but rarely printed in color. Often times the cartridges dried up before they ran out of ink. Switched to a monochrome laser printer. The cartridge is about the same costs as the full set of ink cartridges but it lasts much, much longer.

  2. Jess,

    You are absolutely correct about Inkscape being different. Rapid Resizer does one thing and does it extremely well. 


    I only mentioned Inkscape because it is a free open source program. If someone wanted to enlarge a picture but didn't want to buy Rapid Resizer, they could use Inkscape for that purpose. I guess that this would be something akin to using a nuclear reactor to boil an egg :D

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