Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Timmie Print Test Print

I'm working on some prints for my shop. Not quite there yet, they are coming out uber-contrasty and dark :(. I will keep tweaking it.

What do you think is a good size? Right now the painting is at 100% with approx 1.5 inch border on 8.5 x 11 matte fine art paper. Should I trim it down to 8 x 10 so it will be easier to frame? Also, I was thinking making small 5x7 prints with a tiny white border, what do you think will be best?


Blogger said...

Om MY! Your blog is just FILLED with adorable inspiration! SO much crafty goodness to look at...

7:51 PM  
Anonymous The Happy Flowers said...

I've seen sellers that leave the sheet as you have it here so that it can be trimmed however they decide. Personally I think bigger is better :)

5:18 PM  
Blogger gretchenmist/belkemp said...

i often wonder about this esp with images that are full bleed. say you did trim it to 8x10, would the 8x10 frame cover a little of the image anyway? is the border for people using a much larger frame?
i agree, best to try to give more options for the person doing the framing.
cute work too

8:10 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

see, i would prefer that the print be perfectly centered so i can go to aaron brothers and buy a cheap frame and pop timmie into it without hassle...

i think smaller is better, a group of timmie prints in 5x7 would be cute

10:22 PM  
Anonymous doozy said...

What about doing a 5x7 with a white border that will make it 8x10? I always think prints look nice with a crisp border. :0)

6:00 PM  

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