Fan Art: Need Help Pls - where can I get high res tf cartoon screencaps?

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  1. zuffyprime

    zuffyprime It's not easy being green

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    hey guys,
    all you artists here rule! I bow down to you, you guys rock!

    Guys, where can I get high quality, high resolution pics of Show accurate cartoon characters (tfs) from the tv show?

    Also, where can I find those images of the Movie tfs in Both Bot and vehicle mode?

    And real life cars that the tfs were based on??

    thanks so much,
    see y'all at transformerscon this sat!
     
  2. kjeevahh

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    theres a sticky thread in the movie discussion thread with images of the movie bots and cars in it, its a little out of date but you should be able to find what you want there

    as for high res screen caps, theres no such thing, tv is low res im afraid
     
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    kjeevahh n/a

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    however i know a cunning tactic to get low res to look like hi res, if you have photoshop......
     
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    I just saw this off of the main page, and read it as follows...

    "Need Help Pls - where can I get high"

    :lol  :lol  :lol 
     
  5. zuffyprime

    zuffyprime It's not easy being green

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    thats too funny... thanks for the replys guys, how do I make low res look high res through photoshop? please ... do tell!
     
  6. kjeevahh

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    you need cs2

    first resize up to the size you want

    then do go into your filters and apply 'reduce noise' - mess around with the sliders a bit until you've got rid of all the pixellation but without messing up the image too much

    then just do a few subtle tweaks with sharpen & brightness/contrast to tighten up the outlines a bit again
     

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