Love the Scorpion and Sub-Zero art. Will that file size look pixelated when stretched? I need to add side art to my cab but I was under the impression that you needed a massively large file for an image to stretch that big.
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They are just small versions I made to upload. The photoshop files are around 500mb themselves. The DPI has been upscaled on them but I'm still not sure myself how they'd turn out yet. They look pretty sharp still with an 80" canvas size being displayed on my projector at 100" or so. Even when zoomed in. I'm willing to bet a few bucks on it I reckon.
I'm no Photoshop or artwork expert... but when I did my art I used a program called Photozoom to artificially increase the resolution of my source images. It's not perfect, but the results turned out ok, YMMV. My understanding is while you can put images in Photoshop and increase DPI, this does not increase the resolution of the source image. There may be some Photoshop tricks that help, but again I'm no expert.
I'd also recommend dropping in to Officeworks and doing a full scale black and white test print on plain paper. You'll get an idea of how good the resolution is and you can see how it looks on your build. A1 and A0 prints are like $5-$7 a page I think.