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One Piece on a String by zerocustom1989 One Piece on a String by zerocustom1989
I've struggled with coming up with a way to print out things that I find inspiring to my other creative works that is inexpensive and doesn't involve buying framing stuff.

This method isn't too bad. I just got some One Piece artwork printed out at Walmart. Each character is 4x3 (so half of a 4x6). It was like $1.75 for 5 4x6s. It's an inexpensive way to hang this stuff on a wall.

Im looking to do the same thing with other types of art I have stored on my harddrive.

What do you think?

Price: like 10 bucks, but I didnt use all the string or the clips.
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stitchible Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
I do that too :D But with DBSK pictures and graphics lol. Nice pictures, by the way. Do the pictures come out pixely/blurry?
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zerocustom1989 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
from walmart's photo labs? Yea, sorta. Not the best print quality even though I gave em 300 dpi images. They are, however, 4x6 so they dont appear blurry from a normal viewing distance.
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Jester-Mazoku Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
If you have an ink jet printer you can buy photo paper in the large size and print more then one card image on them at a time.
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zerocustom1989 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2010
It's cheaper to use walmart's ink though!
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Jester-Mazoku Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
lol. Depends on how much pictures you print, and how many pictures your ink cartridge can print.
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stitchible Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
Hm, wow. The stuff I've printed so far were only 72 dpi, I think. But, they turned out okay :D
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zerocustom1989 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
Ah well if the machine gives you a resolution warning, I would try and find a larger DPI image.
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stitchible Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
Oh, that right! :D It does warn you about the dpi issue. And I just remembered that I ordered my prints online, lol.
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zerocustom1989 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2010
Then definitely find/make a higher res image. It'll come out terrible if it has to blow em up.
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stitchible Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2010
Hehe, actually, they were fine with the resolution as they were :)
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