Fox Scribbler by Aimee Stewart
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Here’s my first attempt at a Scribbler. One question though – I see everyone selling theirs, and I’m wondering how they are getting the output to allow such high res prints?! So far all I can see is that the scribbler puts out very low res offerings. If someone can enlighten me I’d sure appreciate it!

Aimee’s artwork has been featured in Advanced Photoshop Magazine, ImagineFX, and others. Her work can be found internationally as a greeting cards through Tree Free Greetings, cross stitch patterns through HAED, and jigsaw puzzles by such companies as Buffalo Games, Mega Puzzles, and more! These are now available at Walmart, Fred Meyer, and more. Aimee is currently working on her first children’s book featuring whimsical animals, slated for release in 2012.

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  • jewelskings
    jewelskingsabout 4 years ago

    Well done. These are so fun to do. Did you know there is a group here for these too!

  • Thank you!! I will definitely have to join the group! :D

    – Aimee Stewart

  • DravenStudios
    DravenStudiosabout 4 years ago

    Foxfire, nicely done! The image can be put through your photo editing software…Photoshop, etc. and resized to a higher resolution print there. This is how I did for mine to achieve the resolution changes. :)

  • Thank you!!

    If you don’t mind me asking, how did you do it? I tried, but it still seemed to lose resolution as if I were just stretching a low res image to begin with. lol I’m probably just not knowing the right procedure.

    – Aimee Stewart

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenabout 4 years ago

    Very clever! Fantastic art :-)

  • Sandra Moore
    Sandra Mooreabout 4 years ago

    lovely work, beautiful!

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