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Old 01-09-2003, 04:56 PM   #5
MattRice
Dojo: Baltimore Aikido
Location: Maryland
Join Date: Oct 2002
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You could go to a reprographic output shop, they can scan the kanji and print it on canvas with a large format printer. The technology on these printers is very good, and a black ink print would be very archival (permanent) Not sure about the copyright issues of scanning kanji though, the shop might be hesitant. You could bring a disk with the scan, then they wouldn't care more than likely. You'll have to call around to find a shop with the right printer and materials. Not as cool as real brushwork but one way to go.
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