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3513Re: [GIMPI] scanned drawings
- ralph mckelvyApr 29, 2010
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You could use the erase tool, set to the background color, to remove the grid lines. Granted you'd have to be careful where the grid intersects the diagram lines. You could select the areas between diagrams with the lasso and erase the grid lines with a broader brush.
By not holding down the left mouse button but rather clicking it at the intersections of the grid lines and the diagram markings you can pretty quickly select with accuracy an area of grid lines. With the same technique you could clear the grids inside the diagram.On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 10:20 PM, eagleroad87059 <riogrande@...> wrote:
Hoping to find some suggestions here. I have been tasked with digitizing hand-drawn diagrams (pencil on graph paper). I have scanned one of the images, which were originally photocopied, so there is no color differentiation between the graph lines and the penciled diagrams. I would like to get rid of the graph lines, and harvest just the hand-drawn diagrams. Any suggestions on how to approach this using GIMP?
Many thanks ~
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