Friday, April 1, 2011

Making a custom print Step 4


Today I brought the 2 black + white files (which I had created here ) and brought them down to Midtown Reproductions to be enlarged and then copied onto mylar.
Here they are - enlarged to 30" high.
(FYI To make a screen your image needs to transferred onto either vellum, mylar or acetate)


While I was here I also enlarged 3 Victorian advertising cuts of a fork, knife and spoon up to 4 ft high! Don't they look great? I think I may make them into a print for my kitchen.
The midtown guy has such a cute smile on. I think he likes them too.

Here the images on mylar (called film) are wrapped up and ready to be taken home on Beatrice (my bike).
ps. I kinda hope Paul Buckley is reading this to see how many steps are involved in making a custom print! Kinda doubt it. :-)

4 comments:

Joyce@canadianoriginals.net said...

I love your idea of enlarging the Victorian cutlery. The print will be beautiful in your kitchen.

My Crafty Home-Life said...

I'm so glad I found you. First, I love the name beatrice.....thanks for the custom print inspiration.

davidgood said...

Will you frame them?
I have some art to show you that is so big I am not sure how to frame it.

Aileen said...

I like your concept of enlarging the Victorian cutlery. The print will look wonderful in your kitchen. I am appreciating your task.
Debt