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How to buy prints from Mr Ry-Spirit? (UPDATED)

Journal Entry: Thu May 16, 2013, 8:26 PM

Read below to find out how to buy prints from me!
29th May EDIT: A1 and A2 sizes are now available! as well as shipping price change

Additional information for those who likes to read.
All A3 size prints are in 200 gsm matte paper. All A2 or A1 prints are in 180 GSM bond paper. If there's an artwork you have seen before but hard to find on my gallery cos I got too many artworks, here's a tip for ya, just google it up. If its a Zelda artwork then just type in 'Zelda Ry-Spirit' then look at the google images and see if its there, google is your friend! Or even just type in Ry-Spirit in google to see what images comes up, usually the most popular ones pop up first anyway. please write your address down properly, make sure the address is structured properly so I don't get the states and street names and stuff mixed up, cos I am not from your country and don't know how your country's Adress structure works... so yeah just beware of things like that. Australian residents if you really really want to, you can do bank transfer as well, just include your bank details in the email to me ok? Thanks for buying the prints! I really appreciate this :D

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veronicle Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
what size is the tail of two mice?
just so I have an idea of what frame to buy and how much i gotta pay for everything, thanks ry
- Ver
Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
hi there its A3 size
veronicle Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks again!
CornersOfReality Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have a sister who REALLY wants one of your prints on a t-shirt; do you have one of those society6 thingies or something else like that? If not, s'okay, just curious (she was saying something about wanting to be a walking advertisement, idek).
Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
unfortuantely i dont sorry :( prints only.
CornersOfReality Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aw, it's okay! Now I have an excuse to buy a million prints from you~ XD
yuukipink Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Student Digital Artist
How do you make your prints?
Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
well i draw them first, then i get it printed in a printer shop :D
Atatakakunakatta Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm thinking of making prints myself. With your experience, how well can you say the print turns out compared to the original, digital image? I've heard it will come out darker, but what's your experience? I noticed your Hyrule city illustrations does look considerably darker in the photo above than on your gallery.
goldhedgehog Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
One tip would be to do your work in CMYK from the get-go. If using Photoshop, you can alternatively set it on Overprint Preview (Go to the 'View' drop down menu then Overprint Preview). You get to work with RGB colours but it will view it CMYK mode, that way, if you prefer using an RGB palette, you'll get to see what it'll look like when you get it printed.

A more advanced tip is setting your 'colour profiles'. It's a bit hard to explain but here's a quick synopsis:

Beside the fact that there's RGB and CMYK colour modes, there's also 'colour profiles' which are different types of spectrum. Colour profiles exist mainly for the sake of printing as printers around the world use different manufactured inks from around the world as well (if that makes sense???) So to fully optimise your colours you see on your screen to look as identical as possible when it comes out on print, ask your local printer what colour profiles their printers have. And then, calibrate accordingly.

Hope that helps!
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