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Old 10-28-2017, 07:20 PM
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Wall Art Preview Apps or web Sites?

Hi all - I want to use an App or Web site that allows you to choose from various wall/room settings (NOT my personal wall space, I need images of staged/generic wall space/living rooms, kitchen, etc) that I can then use to place an image of my art into the scene to then market, place on various social media sites. Anyone have any apps/sites they use for these type of staged scenes?

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Old 10-28-2017, 11:06 PM
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Re: Wall Art Preview Apps or web Sites?

Do you mean something like this:
www.styleartc.com/studio

They are called mockups, you can get them on microstock sites
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Old 10-30-2017, 02:06 PM
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Re: Wall Art Preview Apps or web Sites?

yes, images like that! I thought maybe there was an app that you could drag/drop images of one’s art into and it would be easy to manipulate. Basically wanted to avoid having to use Photoshop to construct something, but maybe that’s the best way to go. Use a microstock site like you mentioned then use photo/image editing software to add in my work.

Thanks for your reply, definitely helps!
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Re: Wall Art Preview Apps or web Sites?

I've used an app called WallApp that allows you to set your pictures in a staged room setting, plus I've also used something called Frame Maker Pro to "frame" images. You only get something like twenty free goes with FMP though, but it's enough for me. WallApp is free. Pixabay also has free stock imagery (they work on donations) to manipulate your own images into, and they have a vast catalogue of standard room settings.
Here's one of my own done using WallApp and FMP;

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Old 11-05-2017, 12:29 AM
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Re: Wall Art Preview Apps or web Sites?

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I've used an app called WallApp that allows you to set your pictures in a staged room setting, plus I've also used something called Frame Maker Pro to "frame" images. You only get something like twenty free goes with FMP though, but it's enough for me. WallApp is free. Pixabay also has free stock imagery (they work on donations) to manipulate your own images into, and they have a vast catalogue of standard room settings.
Here's one of my own done using WallApp and FMP;



Awesome, thanks DarkFlights - I greatly appreciate the info you provided, and the image!! That's exactly what I'm looking for! Your piece with that frame looks great...definitely helps advertise/market one's work. Thanks again!
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