Use a Projector to Enlarge Art

Use a Projector to Enlarge Art

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Since: Jul 15

Orange, CA

#1 Aug 8, 2016
Using a projector to enlarge artwork saves time and effort over the usual grid method, and results are generally much more accurate. The projection method is most useful if the end-result will be 16"x20" or larger - any smaller, and the details may be blurry and difficult to duplicate, so the grid method would work better for smaller projects. There are two main types of projectors used for enlargement, the opaque projector and the overhead projector. They both work well, use the same principle, and are comparable in cost, so it is only a matter of what you have access to. you can to learn more

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