In anticipation of the new school year, Laurel wants to replace the previous year's artwork made at school with "cool" posters. My thriftiness won out because it offered near-instant gratification over ordering posters online, and Atomic Betty was the first image we rasterized and printed out using the stand-alone version of Rasterbator, assembled and colored in with crayon.
Source image: http://www.atomicbetty.com/wallpapers/Atomic_Betty_6_1024x768.jpg from Atomic Betty Desktop Wallpaper
To get an idea of scale, the poster is a few inches smaller in both directions than the 24x36" rotary cutting mat I assembled it on. Before assembly, it was printed on 9 letter-size sheets in landscape orientation. I eliminated the borders at the assembly seams with a rotary paper trimmer, overlapping the seams on the back side and reinforcing them with masking tape.