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  • I want to start printsfor custom canvas .

    Hello there everybody!

    I am going to make an advanced outline for print and I need to ensure I don't foul it up, as I've never done this for such measurements

    It will be a rectangular canvas of 95' x 55'. Would you be able to please help me with respect to the accompanying?

    - would it be a good idea for me to pick 100-150 dpi from the begin, or work with 300dpi (just certainly) and later change it to a more modest number? what is the best activity?

    - would it be a good idea for me to work in the correct canvas estimate, or bigger than 95x55? on the off chance that, suppose, the customer altered his opinion and needed to print it in littler size (same extents), and I resize to littler measurements, do I lose quality?

    - considering I don't have a drain determination, what is the safe seep to work with? additionally, would i be able to include that at last? (sorry for the amateur inquiry)

    - shouldn't something be said about shading channels? would it be a good idea for me to pick CMYK? or, on the other hand do I require that data from the printer?

    Much thanks to you so much, on the off chance that you read this far, and I would especially value your assistance!

    custom canvas prints
    Last edited by KitchWitch; 12-07-2017, 11:04 AM. Reason: removed ad link

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      So is this an ad from someone who makes custom canvas prints, or someone actually asking a question about file prep.

      Top of the list, I'm assuming you mean 95inches x 55inches, not feet. if you do mean feet, that is a whole different ball of wax.
      Lets sort that out before going on to the rest of the questions.






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