Monday, June 6, 2011


I'm finally learning how to make prints of my watercolors! I got myself a nice Epson printer and some fancy Epson presentation paper, and jumped into the quicksand. I thrashed around in the manual for a few weeks, enlisted the kind advice of the members of this wonderful group (Watercolors Wet N Wild), scoured the internet for assistance, tried to match up Photoshop techniques with my Epson, and learned about all kinds of things I didn't want to know about (like aspect ratios)...and finally had my very first print. And it only took me a few weeks and about five hundred dollars. For one little bluebonnet print. But I'm happy. I'm on my way. Got a long way to go and alot more to learn, but I'm on my way. For those of you who would like to make prints of your watercolors, I have this advice: save yourself.


Theresa Bayer said...

Fresh and delicate! Just the way I like my bluebonnets!

Joyfulartist said...

Trial and error, trial and error but in time you'll love it. I've been doing it for years and I'm on my third Epson and love it.