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I love this Post! But who can fix this whole pic better or post
it completely?><
I hope someone can fix it, if someone wants the 600dpi version let me know since I can try to rescan the poster, its really hard to do it with the book in the way.
I'm bored tonight, might as well help the community ^^

Omg, such huge images. I hope my weak comp can handle it >.<

By the way? Did you scan these Dovac? The area to the left of the calf is creased down so the scan is uneven.
ps: I have the first (top), the 2nd, and the 3rd done, but I cannot really join the 3rd and 4th piece (the knee area) together due to big difference in scan. If ya don't mind smudges that distorts the paper texture since it's for me impossible to reproduce the paper texture.

If possible maybe a rescan of the 3rd and 4th piece meaning the waist down.
dovac said:
I hope someone can fix it, if someone wants the 600dpi version let me know since I can try to rescan the poster, its really hard to do it with the book in the way.
Silly me ^^. If possible I would like you to repost the 3rd and 4th one if you don't mind, Dovac.

Here's what I mean when it literally don't match

ex. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v639/aoie_emesai/test_22.jpg

And I think this is bleed through, Kero.

ex. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v639/aoie_emesai/test_21.jpg

Here's what I've done so far.

ex. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v639/aoie_emesai/test_23.jpg

ps: time to sleep now. I'll try to finish tomorrow.
It's normal to have to realign images when stitching manually. Just align one point, free transform, set the anchor point to the aligned point, and rotate (and scale if needed--shouldn't be) to align the rest. It's easy when an image has any straight lines or sharp edges, like the pattern in the back.

I did that quickly on this, though, and once you rotate the image so it fits, there's a big gap that would need to be redrawn. Can you scan them with a lot of overlap (20% or more), so there's enough space to do a clean gradual fade from one to the other?

There's also a slight darkening near some edges of the scan (as if it wasn't flush with the scanner, like a book near the binding), which would also be easier to hide if there was a lot of overlap.

Aoie, please, stop smudging :) Seriously, I don't think there's ever any reason to use smudge tool here.
I only say that so my work load would be less. For my purpose, I actually did a noise - median at 1 pixel so I can smudge.

I'll mess around with it some more and see what I get.
I'll upload a better version soon, the commute from work killed me tonight.

(fucking LA dodgers game)
I did the same, but as peto suggested, we might have to do a bit of reconstruction as which I am doing.
There's no need for reconstruction. dovac said he'll reupload it, hopefully with substantial overlap so there won't be any gaps and only the creases will need to be removed.
petopeto said:
There's no need for reconstruction. dovac said he'll reupload it, hopefully with substantial overlap so there won't be any gaps and only the creases will need to be removed.
Yeah, i saw that. I stopped doing the one i was on and i'm waiting for kero's new post of them.
<_<; was stuck in traffic for 3hours, and I sorta have better things to do then to scan atm, so I'm sorry for delaying this constantly.
dovac said:
<_<; was stuck in traffic for 3hours, and I sorta have better things to do then to scan atm, so I'm sorry for delaying this constantly.
No problem, life is before scanning.