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Posted by  Da_RoCk on July 22, 2003 at 12:46:44:

In Reply to:  scaling architectural drawings in photoshop posted by patty on July 17, 2003 at 11:44:27:

Hi, If u render in max, u must scale it in Autocad first than u plot it in paper space. a good way to scale is to use align. Now if u mean that u render ARCHITECTURAL PLANS in photoshop then it is much easier. U just have to install a plotter device that supports Postscript (level 2 suggested). then u use that plotter and plot to file. You can then open the file in Photoshop and color your way in any way you want it... Hope this helps.

 
 
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