Here is an answer that amplifies my comment about using
\stackinset to add lines to images. The OP wasn't very specific on whether there is text attached, etc. This can also be done, but here is the basics of adding lines atop an image.
If multiple lines are to extend beyond the image borders, care must be taken. As each
\stackinset of the nest is processed (from the inside out), the "new" vertical image dimension can change. And thus, the location specification must be given with respect to the image dimension from the prior nesting.
So in this MWE, the right most line is the inner
\stackinset, and extends .3in below the bottom of the image. The 2nd and 3rd insets are set at a vertical offset of 0in from the bottom of the "revised" image, which means they begin at the same vertical location as the original line. The final inset (the 2nd line from the left), is set at .1in above the bottom of the image, which still leaves it .2in below the original example-image-A.
Note that data extending horizontally from the original image does not change the horizontal dimension of the image. The above referenced remarks apply only to the vertical dimension.