Greetings Glowforge owners! This is my first post, but I’ve been reading almost all of the posts on this forum since I got my spot in line back in October. I haven’t seen anyone ask this particular question and I’m hoping that @dan or a staff member can answer.
I was wondering if the software will be able to scan a hand drawn image and then select one part of it, either to modify, print only a section, delete, or replace with something else. It would make sense to me that only a portion of the image can be selected to either get lasered, or saved for duplicates. That would also allow for multiple passes to “build” the new image that you might want.
I’m building a growth chart for my daughter and I’m intentionally making the pieces less than the 12x20 bed size. I will initially be hand drawing the measurements, birthday height, and little notes. I would potentially like to take a picture of the 12" x 12" tile, change part of it to look crisper, and then sand off the “changed” part.
Would the GF be able to trace over certain pieces, and then add the Font/Picture/Item to the piece at the same time, or would that need to be done in two passes? First pass with the trace function, and then second pass with adding the computer generated part of the image?