05-22-2001, 11:07 PM
Hi Digitites!

I am curious to know how you all would go about obtaining high quality prints of your digital art for a large number of prints or a smaller number.

I'm looking for really striking prints.

Thank you,


05-23-2001, 08:51 AM

Take a gander at this thread http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/Forum25/HTML/000019.html

Pixelscapes has some very good information here.

Hope this helps.


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05-31-2001, 08:28 PM
Hi . I use two printers for my digital photos and art work. One for the practice stuff, and greeting cards, stationary ect. Epsom stylus 600. The other for good work that I want to put in my portfolio or sell the Epsom stylus photo 1280. The later is a great printer.

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06-18-2001, 09:36 AM
You can get High quality print on canvas, (single or multiple) at:wartp.com (http://www.wartp.com)
They will also sell your work (Giclée on canvas) they are publisher as well, but you keep all the copyright of your work.
They are publishing 800+ artists and over 8000 paintings.
They sell a lot of my work, some week I get three or for extra sell from them, and it will only increase with time.
You can register on line,
at:Sell your Art (http://wartp.com/Merchant/SellYourArt.html)
They are one of the first register as a Tru Giclée Print Maker, the publishing industry release last year the highest standard for Giclée prints, since many started using the name Giclée even for low quality print, the person that started High quality Giclée registered and patented the real process and named the Tru Giclée association.
If the business were you get your print done does not carry the Tru Giclée Print Maker Logo, they are not certified, and they mitt very well be using cheep printer or other unrecognized process.

I hope this will answer your question.
Yves Lanthier
Yves Trompe L'Oeil (http://home.att.net/~yvesart)

06-18-2001, 01:06 PM
If you can't reach that other thread nnelson1 suggested, try this more modern one:

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