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Originally Posted by Raynovac1
and i know what dpi is.
The reason i ask for a high dpi is because i dont what a picture that is streched. So if i get a high dpi, i dont have to worry about pixelation.
I know the parlor will be able to clean it up, but the less work they have to do mean the cheaper it will be for me.
Oh. Tatoo. Thats... well, that's a better use then what I thought you were going to use it for (iron-on transfer to a jacket). Good luck with that. Mind you thought that pretty much everything on the internet is automatically 72 dpi. And if you get something with high resolution instead you don't have to scale it.
If you were to vector it in PP or Illustrator you could freely size it however you want.