Canvas Prints are big Business right now, with thousands being marketed for presents in the UK every day. Recent growth in popularity towards artists like Andy Warhol and street artist Banksy have greatly influenced design and style trends, with many top interior designers using Canvas Prints in their layouts. This growth in popularity has spurred many to get creative and try their hands at creating their own personalised Canvas Wall Art. This report will guide you through 4 simple steps so you can also create fantastic canvas prints. Possibly the most important step when creating your own personalised Canvas Printing is to select the ideal image. When choosing your picture to change into a Canvas Printing you need to ask yourself a few questions. Your photograph is one that you will be delighted to see every day. It can fit in with your homes décor. It can be of a high enough quality to warrant spending money on it, to be able to transform it into an amazing canvas print. Then proceed on to step two.
If you are struggling for ideas, but actually want to put in a canvas print to your house, then popular ideas include; family photos, pets, landscape photographs, hobbies and interests. As soon as you have an image or picture you can further personalise it by customizing and editing it with computer applications such as PhotoShop. By being creative you may wind up with some awesome effects, and the best part is, it is going to be completely unique! Your next step is obviously to have your photograph or picture printed onto canvas. The simplest way to do it is to take down your image to your nearest professional printing company, who will have your picture printed on high quality canvas in a few hours. However, based on the size of the canvas, it is possible to complete this step in your home but you will have to get a printer capable of printing onto canvas. You can check this by referring to your own printers Manufactures Manual.
You will also need to buy some canvas or poly canvas sheets to print onto. Read your printers manual carefully and follow the steps that guide you through the setup for printing on canvas. Once your print is complete you need to await the ink to fully dry before continuing to step 3. Now for the technical Bit, after your canvas prints are dry you want to stretch and frame them. personalised canvas is traditionally stretched over a wooden framework; this keeps the canvas tight and makes for a smooth and professional looking finish. The key to stretching a canvas is to keep the canvas tight, you can get tool that will aid in this. As a reference, when properly stretched a canvas print ought to seem like a drum when tapped. Again you may take your Canvas to a professional that will have the ability to do this to you. However if you are feeling creative and want to do so by yourself it is possible, but may take exercise. Neatly fold the canvas round your wooden framework, using a staple gun safe one side of the canvas to the frame. Then, using special canvas pliers, pull the canvas tight, and secure again with the staple gun.