I do not have any specific links. But .NET does provide a number of
features that make this sort of thing relatively easy. Both the Forms API
and the WPF API include mechanisms for drawing images and transforming
In the case of Forms, the PictureBox control can let you do scaling, but if
you want rotation you will have to draw the image itself. In WPF, you can
simply add a new System.Windows.Controls.Image object to your window, and
set the VisualTransform property, which can include rotation, scaling,
translation, and skew (the usual matrix transformation properties).
Bob Powell has a site that is been around a long time; it is mainly focused
on the Forms API but it does have a lot of good introductory material.
This is a good page on which to start: