You can go to a printing business center, or where you can find big ass printers with ATF above them. Those machines have big DPI scanning capabilities, or you can put it in a normal home scanner with 1200 dpi and scan it in multiple pages, then put it together in photoshop.
Hi, nice work. I have a question to you- how did you upload this drawing to computer? Did you scan it or did you take a photo, and did you do any additional editing on computer to make it look so high-quality?
Thanks! I usually just scan my drawings and because scanning often makes them look washed, I make some contrast corrections in photoshop (to make them look just as they are in real life). But this one was photographed (cos it was too big for my scanner) and coloured in photoshop. The 'additional editing' was colouring and using 'sharpen' filter. But I couldn't do this without making really good photo of the work first.
I can't get over the level of detail you put into this.. Typically, I've seen artists put the time for completion in their description, but I love how you just said "This took a while..." XD Amazing work
I don't count hours, so I never really know how long I worked on something...^^' Not one single evening for sure. (; And about the details - for me drawing is something relaxing, even more important than the finished result and maybe that's why I don't get bored by adding more lines and such. Anyway, thanks very much!