Printing your artwork on canvas
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to print your artwork on canvas, not only does having your artwork printed on canvas give you a great sense of achievement but you can also use your canvas prints from your artwork through a more commercial why and can benefit from it as well as do the job that you love with is either painting or drawing or any sort of art for that matter to because photograph is a form of art as well and you can have pictures printed on canvas to which can be sold to your clients, there really is limitless ideas that can be done with canvas printing.
So let’s say you have some artwork paintings that you have made up and it take you so long to produce each painting but you have 3 people waiting for the same picture, a good solution would be to ask them if they would like a canvas print reproduction of the original artwork and it would also help to have some sort of sample to show them first and then they can see the sort of resemblance they are going to be getting and quality of the canvas print to. So that would pretty much solve that problem as normally when you’re in demand it’s hard to produce lots of canvas artwork for your clients and you only have so much time to do each one, so if you got canvas prints of your art then you can sell them at a more lower price and then you can profit from it much faster and also it save you time, and once you have that extra time it can push you to make more works of art and do the same thing with them buy selling them of as reproduced canvas prints.
When coming to print your artwork on canvas there is a few techniques you can use to get them to the point where the canvas printer can take your jpeg image file and print direct from their computer through there printer onto canvas, one why of sending them a picture of your artwork would be to get a bird’s eye view of your art by standing on a chair and taking a photograph of your artwork with a camera. When doing this there needs to be good lighting to so that it doesn’t affect your final print to. Then all there’s left to do is put it on your computer and then email it across to the canvas printing professionals.
A really good way to get the best out of your canvas print from your artwork would be to scan the art into a scanner and send it to the canvas printers this way, because scanner will pick up every details and every brush stock you have taken so that when your artwork is transferred onto canvas the printer will pick out every details and print them to canvas as its not normally the printers fault if the canvas doesn’t pick up on all of the detail its normally down to the size of the image and the quality of scanner or camera that the original photo is taken with which you provide to the canvas printer so that’s a really good thing to remember for when you do come to have your artwork printed and then you can relax knowing that you have provided the best possible high resolution images to print from.
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