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« on: October 18, 2006 05:59:32 PM »

I'm going to start experimenting with rasterbation and was wondering how everyone has been printing and displaying theirs. I have access to laser printers at work, so would that give me the best quality? Can I use photo paper on them? Just wondering what paper/printers you've used and then how you display them to look best and last longest. I'm excited to play with this awesome idea!!! ThankS!!!  Grin Cheesy
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2006 09:21:17 PM »

what is rasterbation>?
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2006 10:38:41 AM »

okay now i think i've figured out what it is.. and i think a lot of people use huge foam pieces, and draw something on that. then they cut them into squares, and use a ribbon to connect them. or i think ive seen somebody use small 5x5 inch canvas squares, and connecting them with wood.
« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2006 07:11:06 PM »

No, if you do a board search you'll find lots of info about it. It's a program you use to blow pictures up into huge poster size. It makes them all "dotty" and pixelated. There are lots of cool galleries showing people's results.
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