Angelica Patridaice Major (omgangiepants) wrote in icon_tutorial,
Angelica Patridaice Major

I don't know if I should be posting this here, cause it's not exactly an icon problem, but...I don't know a better place to post it. :x

I need to get this to be bi-color, black and white (like this). I'm not sure how to go about doing it without losing any quality. I've got a HQ scan (800x1190), so I guess I could just hand paint it, but there has to be an easier way. I tried posterizing and brightness/contrast, but that made the edges really sharp, and when I tried to blur them it just made it look ... not good. So uh. Anyone have any ides?

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