Step 3: Download Your Sketch or Pattern.
Step #4: Guide / Frequently Asked Questions.
How do I use the interface? To use this online photo to sketch maker, first press the "Browse" button and then select an image. Next press the "Upload" button to load your image. Now adjust the "Contrast" and "Density" by dragging the range sliders left or right. The "Contrast" adjust the threshold of the white and black pixels. As the slider is moved to the left, the background noise is minimized. The "Density" determines how the neighboring pixels are entwined or combined. Think of this as line thickness. Finally, when satisfied with your stencil, press the "Download" button to save your new sketch or pattern.
What type of images can be used? GIF, PNG, JPG, JPEG, and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) image formats can be used. Currently the maximum image size is set to 12 MB.
What happens to the uploaded images? The images that are both uploaded and the created stencils are stored in a temporary location. A cleanup operation deletes all files approximately every 10 minutes.
Step #5: Stay in Touch.
If you experience any problems with this photo to sketch maker please send a brief message to email@example.com. In your message, indicate what is not working so we can fix it. Similarly, if you have ideas on how to improve this software, please let us know.
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