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hi guys,

i am trying to make the attached image much smoother , could anyone help?

thanks as always
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Question by:jonathanduane2010
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The image is so small (about 1" x 1") that it's rather difficult to clean it up without serious deterioration.A little better!Original
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The image is too small for any real sharpening or easy repair.

I would rebuild it, it only takes a few minutes to rebuilt this type of logo.

Attached are some examples of a rebuild.

mighty avon radion
with a little bling

I used basic Photoshop construction skills.

http://pelfusion.com/35-logo-designing-photoshop-tutorials/


On the "with a little bling" image i simply played with the Blending options in Photoshop,

http://www.webdesign.org/photoshop/photoshop-basics/blending-options.13410.html
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by:selvol
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dUNNO,

I would Just Use the Original LOGO.
Insteas of that SMALL one.

Do a search on Google for IMAGES.
For
Mighty Avon Radio

HERE

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sELVOL
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