From: Rick Strong
Sent: Saturday, April 08, 2017 1:32 PM
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Making large prints
You want "tiling" which I presume your printer doesn't do.
- Make your 16" x 20" print and cut it up into four 8x10 rectangles, maybe
with a little overlap.
- Save each 1/4 in a new file. One for each.
- Print each of the 1/4's, cut off the margins and then tape them together.
Sent: Friday, April 07, 2017 8:40 PM
To: [hidden email] Cc: [hidden email] Subject: [Gimp-user] Making large prints
Hello Folks, Downloaded this program , and I think it is an excellent
Never done much editing before, so im kinda lost.
Been reading through the manuals and cannot seem to find how to make large
Im wanting to make a print that is bigger than my printer can make.
knowing that , i know there is a way to print a large print and then piece
Im wanting to make a print that is the same size as my canvas that im
I like to paint from photos, and i like my photos to be the same size as my
My canvas that im painting on is 20 by 16, so I like for my photos that i
from to be the same size.
My printer of course is not a 24 inch printer, it is just a all in one Hp
printer. And can only print *8.5 by 11.5.
I know that you can print several pieces of a photo and then piece it
as one photo with tape or glue.
So i will print several different images of a photo and then piece it
as one , to paint from..