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Old 06-12-2019, 07:39 PM
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Oh yes, M Renaud! By all means! I would be delighted to see the B29 in scanform. It must be quite large, printed on 5 sheets.
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I am of course intéressed and the fact that the question of during war design and maybe produce are really intriging
If u scan it may u add a ruler Or a long enough checked b/w paper band in order to readjust everything easily. I have modest skill with PS/AI so I m strongly intéressed. If u have some "modèle exact" printing as well. Thanks in advance.
J'utilise Photoshop pour réassembler tout cela et utilise une très forte résolution de scannage au départ, le résultat est parfait, mais comme c'est long, autant plus qu'il y a plus de deux feuilles à coller ensemble! Il faut aussi ajuster les teintes, en touchant le moins possible au scan de départ, etc... Un travail de Romain.

I use Photoshop to reassemble the split pictures coming from my A4 scanner, I cannot afford buying a pricey A3 one. Mine is a Epson V600, a nice device, much better than the V500, whose price is quite the same, and whose scanlight don't come enough from up, as a result, the rough grain of the paper appears dramatically, I do not like it. Obviously, connecting three or four sheets is a challenge, as both to the matching of the colors and the alignment of the scans.
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Old 06-13-2019, 11:13 AM
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Oh yes, M Renaud! By all means! I would be delighted to see the B29 in scanform. It must be quite large, printed on 5 sheets.
Please leave me some more time, it is so much time consuming, especially that one. As MonsieurE said, it is interesting, from an historic point of view, to see how designers considered it at the very time it was on service. The same way, one cannot consider that Epinal sheets are wrong: they are, according to us, as to the accuracy for example, on the other hand, they depict the way how people saw the world at that time.

And don't forget I have the Dewoitine in tiff and at higher resolution (2500dpi..........!), for those eager to have a much closer glance at it. This way, they could take benefit from discovering the shades of the paper and the roughness of the hand-designed style, for example. In French, some say these people, with a magnifier at hand at any time and who care about out of range exactness and perfection, that they are " tatasse ". Here, most of us are.
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