Easy to print, easy to share and with lots of options, this article explains how to print your artwork on a standard digital canvas, print and save on a tablet or laptop, or create a digital print and send it to someone else.
The first two options are the default, but if you’re a print-on-demand artist you might want to choose the latter.
The second option, which I personally prefer, is to use the print and go method.
This means you can print and upload your artwork to any printer that supports digital files.
The downside to this is that your artwork will not be protected by the Creative Commons licence, and you will not have the same rights as the creator.
This is one of the main reasons why I recommend using the print-once option if you are making your own digital art.
The easy to print section is a quick summary of the basics you need to know.
How to create a printable version of your artwork The first thing you need is a printer.
You need a print cartridge that can handle digital files and is able to print on demand.
The easiest way to do this is to buy a Print-On-Demand printer, but you could also try making your artwork yourself, using a program like Photoshop or Illustrator. Print-on‑Demand printers are inexpensive and usually available at local electronics stores or online.
You can find one of these printers here.
You will also need a digital camera, like a digital SLR or DSLR camera.
I used an Olympus E-M1 camera that is cheap and relatively easy to get.
You may also be able to find a digital cinema camera with the same capabilities.
The images in this article were printed on the Canon EOS 600D digital camera.
These prints will look fine if you use the same ink that is used to print the digital images.
If you’re printing a photo that has been cropped, you can add a small amount of white noise to the photo to make it look better.
The same goes for making a digital image that is cropped.
In the example below, the original image is shown on a blue background, and the image of the digital image on the left is shown as a darker version of the image on top.
If the digital version of an image has been printed on a regular printer, the blue background will appear darker than the image that appears in the image above.
You do not need to worry about this if you print a photo on a computer, as you can use the Photoshop tool to add a bit of white space to make the image look less washed out.
The final step to printing is to add your artwork onto the printable file.
This can be done in a few different ways.
For example, you could print the file using a file editor, or you can also use the file manager application.
Once you have the file open, click on the File menu in the top-left corner of the document window.
The menu lets you select either print as a PDF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, or SVG file.
The file manager will create a new file with the name of the file you just created.
The name of this file will be printed on top of the printout.
The printout can then be saved on a printer, tablet or computer, or sent to someone who can print it.
For printing the digital file, you will need to click on Create Printable File button on the top left of the printer window.
This will open a new window, with the Printable option at the bottom right.
If there is no button for Create Print, choose File > Open File to open a text-only document.
The Printable menu will show a list of available file types.
The options you select from the File window are the ones that are shown on the Print option of the File manager.
Selecting one of those options will open up a menu for editing.
The Edit menu will let you change the size and position of the artwork, as well as the font size and style.
You should be able click OK to save the print file, and it will be saved to a folder named Printable.
You might also need to open the file to check that it has all of the appropriate permissions to create the print.
The last step to print is to save your file.
To save the file, select File > Save File on the main menu.
This window will show all of your printable files, as long as you’re logged in.
The Save button will let the File Manager save the image to a PDF file, JPEG file, PNG file, TIF file, or svg file, as appropriate.
This might take a while, depending on how much of your image you want to save, and how large your printout is.
If all of that is done, click OK on the Save button to save.
The image on that file will then be printed as a standard sized file, which you can open in a printer or tablet and print