From Art Geek:
Been playing around with sculpting heads a bit in SketchUp and am almost to the point where I can make a head I’m satisfied with. Meanwhile, I discovered a cool feature in Google LayOut, the companion to SketchUp, namely that you can export 'hybrid’ vector+bitmap information to PDFs, allowing one to print ultra-crisp extra large output.
If you zoom into these PDFs, you can see some jagged edges to the shadows, which are easily tolerable, but the lines are infinitely crisp, as shown:
Am I the only person out there who thinks this is really cool?!? You could make really beautiful, really large, really detailed printed images this way.