Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

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Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby gerico » July 5th, 2019, 7:28 pm

Hello everyone!

Is there any better quality image of Kikuchi Masato's Japanese school girl cp that isn't the photo of the convention? It's kinda impossible to read @.@

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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby Andre-4 » July 6th, 2019, 9:44 pm

Position ones thumb and index fingers on the centre of picture and pressing lightly make a widening motion simultaneously the photo showuld get larger ..aside of the zoom feature you can download a image editor which has an enlarge feature up to 300%..
Apart from the japanese school girl there are similar models..college girl and soldier from sailor moon
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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby Andre-4 » July 6th, 2019, 9:48 pm

gerico wrote:Hello everyone!

Is there any better quality image of Kikuchi Masato's Japanese school girl cp that isn't the photo of the convention? It's kinda impossible to read @.@

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It is actually a box grid based on 64*
But the very thin lines of the skirt are half of that again make sure the paper is thin and at least 64* square cm
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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby gerico » July 7th, 2019, 8:11 pm

Andre-4 wrote:Position ones thumb and index fingers on the centre of picture and pressing lightly make a widening motion simultaneously the photo showuld get larger ..aside of the zoom feature you can download a image editor which has an enlarge feature up to 300%..
Apart from the japanese school girl there are similar models..college girl and soldier from sailor moon


Surely the image would enlarge but I'm quite confident that the approach you are referring to doesn't enhance the quality.
But if you know some magical program that creates pixel out of thin air based on a poorly taken photograph of a small print of a CP please let me know, I'd gladly pay for it ^.^
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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby gerico » July 7th, 2019, 8:12 pm

Andre-4 wrote:
gerico wrote:Hello everyone!

Is there any better quality image of Kikuchi Masato's Japanese school girl cp that isn't the photo of the convention? It's kinda impossible to read @.@

Image

It is actually a box grid based on 64*
But the very thin lines of the skirt are half of that again make sure the paper is thin and at least 64* square cm


Thank you very much! :D
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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby Andre-4 » July 17th, 2019, 1:09 am

gerico wrote:
Andre-4 wrote:
gerico wrote:Hello everyone!

Is there any better quality image of Kikuchi Masato's Japanese school girl cp that isn't the photo of the convention? It's kinda impossible to read @.@

Image

It is actually a box grid based on 64*
But the very thin lines of the skirt are half of that again make sure the paper is thin and at least 64* square cm


Thank you very much! :D

I use this to do my memes and also enhance c.ps.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... mageEditor
there is a zoom feature and you can split the c.p into parts for accurate detail...
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Re: Kikuchi Masato Japanese school girl cp

Postby origami_8 » July 17th, 2019, 11:11 am

Andre-4, there are borders on low resolution pictures that even the best Image Editors can't overcome. The small CPs that often-times accompany models at conventions are most of the time not thought to give you detailed instructions on how to fold the model, but to show their complexity. Therefore they are very low resolution to begin with. Now pair this with a photo, maybe even made with a cheap smartphone. This gives you even more loss in quality. Sure, you can enhance it a little bit, but probably not enough to get a CP detailed enough to work from.
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