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Where can I find a plug-in that will turn a scanned photo into a black pencil sketch image? It needs to be high quality.  Will also take something that works with Paint Shop Pro - but the regular black pencil effect that is built into the program does not print with very good quality.
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Here is a tutorial that I found for doing what you want in PSP:
http://www.state-of-entropy.com/sketching.htm

Hope this helps
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