"Rebel Mission to Ord Mantell" cover help

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  1. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    If this thread violates any forum rules, I apologize.

    I may be getting a factory-sealed REBEL MISSION TO ORD MANTELL LP soon, and in the event that I do, I plan to make a CD copy so that I can listen to it that way instead of playing the LP all the time. I'd like to have the same cover for the CD's case, but I can't seem to find any scans of the LP cover anywhere, and there's no way I can possibly scan the LP cover itself.

    Any help in locating a scan of the cover would be greatly appreciated.

    Again, I apologize if I just violated a forum rule. :)
  2. buster726 Jedi Master

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    Sep 19, 2002
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    just take a digital picture of the cover when you recieve it and use that as your cover
  3. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    Hmmmm. Not sure how good the quality would be, but I suppose I could try it.

    I could probably have the cover scanned at a place like Kinko's, but it would probably cost too much.
  4. Master-Fett Force Ghost

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    Sep 25, 2002
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    how much can one scan cost ?
  5. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    I'm not sure, but when my mom took a disc to one last year to have them print something for her, it cost something like $6.99 - for just one page.

    I suppose I could still see how much it would cost to scan an LP cover, but I was just looking for an alternative before shelling out some money.
  6. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    Well, I don't need a picture of it after all. I got the LP yesterday in the mail and decided to try something. So I scanned the cover (and back, too) in sections, pieced them together like a puzzle in PhotoDeluxe, scaled it down to jewel case size, and voila! It was about two hours' worth of work, but the final result was great.

    Now I just need to buy a record player so that I can listen to it.
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