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Art1 enlarging a picture with a grid

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  • 1. Art 1: Enlarging a Picture with 1 Select the picture you want to enlarge. 2 Place a ruler along the top edge of the picture. 3 Make a small mark with a pencil at every 1/2 inch. 4 Mark the bottom edge of the picture the same way. Make sure you have the same number of marks at the top and bottom of the picture. 5 Connect each pencil mark at the top of the picture with a corresponding mark at the bottom using a ruler. This will make parallel lines over the picture. 6 Measure and mark every 1/2 inch along the side edges of the picture. a Grid 7 Connect the marks on each side. Your picture is now covered with squares called a grid. 8 Calculate how much larger you need to make your picture and how large you need to make squares on a second grid. For example, if you are doubling the picture size, squares in the second grid will be 1 inch. 9 Draw a second grid on a larger sheet of blank paper. Use a yardstick to make this larger grid if necessary. 10 Copy the picture from the first grid, square by square, by drawing it on the new, larger grid.
  • 2. http://www.art-is-fun.com/grid-method.html
  • 3. The picture should be clear and in focus. The subject should have their mouth closed and be from the waist up like these two examples.
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