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Is they're any way to crop a image that lop-sized because I'm having problems with that.
Mr_GT said:
Is they're any way to crop a image that lop-sized because I'm having problems with that.
Crop?.....as in taking away the white parts around the main image?
EDIT:
Nevermind
It doesn't look lop sided to me, other than the way it was drawn.
When I magnify the images to about >300% and tried to align the crop box to the image edges it's appears lop sized. That's a pet peeve I have with image like this one, irregular sides.
Mr_GT said:
When I magnify the images to about >300% and tried to align the crop box to the image edges it's appears lop sized. That's a pet peeve I have with image like this one, irregular sides.
What program do you use when you are trying to crop this?
(Currently cropping this image myself.........)

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Oh NOW I know what you mean. It IS tilted a bit. Because of this, there will still be some white parts left if you aren't try to take any of the main image parts off. If it ain't completely straight, you can't use standard methods to completely get rid of the white borders while leaving the main image intact.
(I hope I explained that right.)

Is that what you are referring to Mr_GT?
AZD-A9S said:
Oh NOW I know what you mean. It IS tilted a bit. Because of this, there will still be some white parts left if you aren't try to take any of the main image parts off. If it ain't completely straight, you can't use standard methods to completely get rid of the white borders while leaving the main image intact.
(I hope I explained that right.)

Is that what you are referring to Mr_GT?
Yes, that's what I'm referring to. It's a slight annoyance and 99% of the time, I have to crop out some of the image just so they're no white border on the finished images. It's shame at times.
Mr_GT said:
Yes, that's what I'm referring to. It's a slight annoyance and 99% of the time, I have to crop out some of the image just so they're no white border on the finished images. It's shame at times.
Aha~. I see what you mean. I know there's some advanced methods in getting around that....but I DON'T remember. I just have no choice but to do the standard basic way and little parts of the main image get cropped out along with those unneeded borders.
http://danbooru.donmai.us/post/show/600486

Rotate 0.15 degrees counterclockwise. Problem solved.

(these were originally aligned using the crease in the middle of the book as a guide)
Use Gimp which has the best rotate&crop tools (・ω・)ノ
Aurelia said:
http://danbooru.donmai.us/post/show/600486

Rotate 0.15 degrees counterclockwise. Problem solved.

(these were originally aligned using the crease in the middle of the book as a guide)
Yeah problem solved alright, just not the outcome I was looking for.
PS's work well after applying the granularity fix in forum #4836.
Mr_GT said:
Yeah problem solved alright, just not the outcome I was looking for.
What were you expecting then?

And re: http://twitter.com/Nameless_Oni/statuses/7924652073
Things get warped when they're scanned (see dakimakura). Here's the jpegged raw. I did my best to straighten it out using the line on the right side as a guide when cropping the page out. I can't always see the 0.1 degrees that make it optimal for you to crop again...
stapled books couldn't be binded straightly due to it's binding process.
if this ever became a show, it would probably suck, but I'd watch it anyway
Late reply is late

Aurelia said:
What were you expecting then?
Was expecting some radically complex steps to fixing it. Wasn't expecting it to be so simple.