I haven't been actively posting in several years, since I built my previous HT. Started getting engaged in reading various threads when I started building my new home, but was spending most of my time in building, not in posting.
I just spent the last two days running through this thread - loved the idea of making my poster art also be my acoustical treatments, and came to the last few pages wherein SpoonFlower started rejecting files due to copyright concerns.
...the wounds in my wrists are healing, but it will take some time.
A few questions for those of you who have been involved for a while:
? Is Spoonflower rejecting Movie Posters, or any type of poster art (i.e. I'm editing images in Photoshop to make minimalistic-type art (single images that are iconic of movies, and are often from posters, but aren't the movie posters themselves. For instance, a monochromatic image of the iconic Ring from LOTR, or of Vader with a saber for SW, etc.), are they still skittish or do they print?
? I saw the cloth that people suggested for use with Spoonflower. What alternatives from other printers are suggested (I know there are a couple different printer options, but do we have any good results from people regarding the different cloths offered by each of these competitors? How good are the prints and how good is their cloth for Acoustical Transparency?)
? Finally, a question directly to Nickboul
: Awesome job on offering services to people on the thread - I've read a bunch of your contributions, and wanted to give you mad props for that! I've been using Photoshop since ver 2 almost 20 years ago, and know that the work takes time, diligence and skill (I did it originally as a photo editor when doing wedding photography, then for building images for website design...now I 'play' with Photoshop CC 15 for my photo-art hobby and when I need images for presentations in my job). I was thinking of doing my own edits, but potentially leveraging your ability to enlarge the images once done with your other application. Would it be better for me to edit before you enlarge, or after? My initial thought was "always edit content after enlarging" but then I thought about how big the files may be for emailing back and forth...thoughts?
Anyway, awesome thread and I'm excited to make some decorative wall treatments! Thanks to everyone for their contributions