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    Hand drawn sketch to web graphic

    Hey mates!
    I am still working on my christmas site, and I have been hand drawing a lot of graphics for it. Castlemelody did one of my graphics and I asked them how they did it and they explained the process, I have all the required software and equiptment they said, I just dont know how to do it!

    I drew all the images and scanned them onto the computer, I own CorelDraw Graphics Suite 12 and I was hoping to use that to sharpen the lines and then use Adobe Photoshop Elements to color it in. Is this wrong? How would I go about using the software to convert the scanned sketch to an easily editable file? Any suggestions would be awesome!

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    hmm, you can vector trace and color bitmap images in corel 12 graphic suite (within corel or photo-paint), why would you need photoshop elements?

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    why would you need photoshop elements?
    Well I am much better with photoshop elements than I am with CorelDRAW so coloring the graphic would be much easier for me.

    Hi, there is a lot of ways to do that. I need a sample of your scan
    I will crop the image and send it to you via email in a few minutes.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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