Interpolation image 800x600 -> 2000x2700 + print?


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Whether graininess (other defects), if to print in printing 60x90 cm?
Thanks in advance.

PS just in case the link to this image impressonme.com/2010/07/someone-broke-the-swing
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Baah... that's how you come.
I drew this picture.
Here hires.
\rreey.ru/hires/someone_broke_the_swing.tif
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no need to resize — if the painting will be viewed from a distance of 1-2 meters will be fine.
if you want to make it perfect — make the proof look the flaws and work through them
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Thank you:)
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I once read in New masters of Photoshop, for printing small raster over a large area can be used for vectorization of the image.
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hmm, interpolation :)
specifically this image, try not bicubically and nearest neighbor interpolate
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