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Discussion in 'Projectors/image transfer' started by airbrushtutor, Jun 28, 2014.
thanks for the reply's
I see this thread goes back a few years interesting, most of my efforts are on thick white card A1 or around A2 size I use a `Kwik Draw` projector most of the time to size up a drawing or a printed photo snaffed from pinterest or similar site the image is sharp enough for decent detail to work with
This one’s all depend on the kind of art you’re doing. Back in the 90s I did on one of those Artograph opaque projectors, which is about the size of a small suitcase. These days projectors are a lot more compact. Or you can simply use a computer projector and do all your line work in a raster program like adobe illustrator prior to transfer to your work service. One method that I’m currently using is to print an entire image onto frisket film. The film can then be applied directly to the work surface.
Not a raster program, but a vector program. Raster program would be Photoshop.
I'm not picking on you electric, I'm expressing love.
That’s what I meant to say
I was assuming you just made typing mistake, but I corrected you, cause you would confuse some new member with your fast fingers