We call the roll tracing paper "talking paper". I even use that term
with my family and my boys know Mom needs paper and pencil. My dad was
a draftsman 60 years ago and he uses that term as well. Maybe the terms
Jude Alexander wrote:
I'm trying to instal it in Win98SE. I see that it can be done, but can't
find out how it is actually achieved.
Seems to be a file 'Install' missing from my download.
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Your going to spend as much time scanning and massaging and redrawing, as
you would jsut drawing it right away. Might be better to just do raster to
raster and get him either a Tablet PC or a tablet for his existing PC. It
has a bit of a learning curve but it will look more like a sketch than any
vector drawing. Sketchup is a great design tool. Often I input an autocad
drawing in there and change the roof or add something to see how it would
look. Its not hard to learn, and you could import a 2d raster that you can
trace, or even use a 2d raster as a texture for a 3d polygon in sketchup.
I don't understand how you could keep something looking "sketchy" using
vector drawing. Keep it raster and even just using the erase tool in
photoshop and print it out for more hand sketching would be faster.
"jojo" <cgv_2000@*remove your hat*yahoo.com> wrote in message
The best software I have found for this is Scan2CAD,
It may be slightly overkill for this application, but it gives the best
results of any of these conversion programs.
Be aware though, that successful high quality conversion requires some
/Steve in Denmark
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