Please help!!!!

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by cscally, Oct 24, 2002.

  1. cscally

    cscally Guest

    Could anyone please advise me on enlarging a pic I got off the web. It is a simple drawing that I need to enlarge and then use as a guide to make a cutout of it.(halloween costume) It is a gif image file(not jpg like the rest of my pics) and no matter where I go I can't seem to enlarge it. I have a photo enhancing program but that will not even accept the picture. -I don't know if it has to be a jpg file or not for my Olympus Camedia to accept it but I am getting very frustrated.- I just need to make the ears bigger to get the cutout but I just dont know where to turn for help. This site has never failed me so I came here. ANYONE???? Thanks so much for any replies and advice!! :( :( :confused: cscally
  2. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

    Melbourne Australia
    Open it up then choose 'save as'. Use jpg or bmp. Then you will be able to enlarge it using paint. Don't know if it will save enlarged though.
  3. dayle

    dayle Guest

    open it in photoshop and resoze it ..if you want to enlarge it too much then you may loose quality but since you only want it as a should do
  4. cscally

    cscally Guest

    Thnx but I found the perfect free program...

    Thanks for the replies but I forgot about this site that I use sometimes to change the size of my animations. It is and it is free. It also does exactly what I needed it to do. Check out the site, it is pretty cool. Thanks guys!!!:D :D
  5. Herkalees

    Herkalees Guest

    This may be a tad hard but,

    When ever I need to enlarge a picture without losing it's image quality, I take it into Flash, convert it to vector, then enlarge it and convert it back to .jpg or .gif.

    If you don't have Flash, e-mail me the picture, tell me how big you want it, and I'll do it and e-mail it back to you.

    My e-mail address is
  6. cscally

    cscally Guest

    Thanks Herkalees but I just needed an image to trace for a costume so the image quality doesn't matter. Thanks for the offer though!!! cscally