We have an HP ENVY 5660 series and it does very well with scanning. I've only ever scanned like 2 drawings though, but those have turned out great. One of them is being used as a logo for another forum also, here's the link to the image if you want to see for yourself (linked from my personal portfolio website): click here. The yak in that image was drawn by me, then I touched it up a little with filters in Photoshop.
Hope that helps, in case you didn't already buy a new one!
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I have not, but I'm gonna have to find one soon. I'm thinking of getting a table at a local comic con one day and want to unload a lot of the drawings I've made over the years to make room, so there's a lot of scanning that needs to be done before I attempt to do that.
Thanks for the notes April. Any information helps.
Post by Tony Hates Everything on Dec 17, 2017 20:23:03 GMT -5
You have to find yourself one of those ones that lets you drop a stack on it and it feeds itself.. don't screw around with those ones that you place it down and scan then place another and scan... had to deal with that when buying the house, 200 sheets of paper.. never again