And More . . . Get printable version(.pdf) We found that when using moulding with 45° bevels, there isn’t much extra material to work with when trying to make the corner folds while stretching the canvas. Thirty-degree bevels aren’t as bad, so that is what we usually use for stretching our images. I’ve also found […]
Category: Printing & Framing
Anything on the process of printing an image (including papers, printer profiles, processes, and coatings) and framing (selecting and cutting mats, cutting glass, selecting and cutting and assembling moulding, stretching canvas around the frame, and putting all the pieces together and getting it on the wall.
I’ve recently written an article about how we make our beveled stretcher mouldinglink for our canvas printswhy. The first illustration in the “Dado Cut” section of that article shows important measurements for both a 30° and 45° bevel. Since then I’ve needed to use both of those on the same frame (see what we have […]
Get printable version(.pdf) As I mentioned (and showed) in What’s New: Beveled-edge Gallery Wraps & Non-glare Acrylic, we’ve started putting bevels on the edges of our gallery-wrapped canvas images. The bad news is that you cannot buy beveled stretcher (or strainer) bars in any store; you have to make your own. The good news is […]
I don’t generally write an article on a subject that’s already adequately covered; I write when I think I can add something new. After recently discussing this topic with members of our local camera club, I’ve reviewed the existing color space material and still have little to add, but maybe I can at least steer […]
Weird Wood – Part 5 of 5 As you may recall, this series began with Working With Weird Wood: Preface. After reading that, you may be asking yourself, “What happened to Parts 2 through 4 of this series?” After all, I did publish the promised preparatory article Thoughts On Mat Layout and Part 1 of […]