6 Dec 2000 Ausmosis   » (Journeyer)

I got bored tonight so I did up a quick sketch of GNU -v- Bill Gates :-)

Click [here] to view the pic.

I've been told I should use some anti-aliasing on my pics and I know I should. I just can't figure out how to smooth the edges out after the image has been scanned to a tiff format. Unfortunately it's not my scanner and it's quite old, so I don't know if you can apply antialiasing to a scanned image in GIMP. I have tried using one of the selection tools and when I get the properties up for it, the antialiasing is already checked...hmmm... If anyone can help me on this it would be great!


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