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Old 06-26-2006, 10:34 PM
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OT: Anyone know of any company that...

...recreates textured oil art or just textured paintings for that matter. I know of Brushstrokes, but they just sell reproductions of famous artist and not your stuff. Sharper image has my-PhotoArt, but surely there exists more competive costing (besides Kinkos, which I was quite unimpressed).
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is this what you're looking for? http://www.designerprint.co.uk/ http://www.bairarteditions.com/ http://www.pictoart.com/

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Thanks Craig; I'll check these guys out when I get back from work this evening.
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Old 06-27-2006, 04:23 PM
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Actually we do the same thing as the sites qutoed by Craig.
www.photoart123.com

If you are just looking for someone to put your work on canvas, or art paper there are lots of places that are set up to do this. Just google Giclee printing and you'll find a whole range of printers out there.
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...recreates textured oil art or just textured paintings for that matter. I know of Brushstrokes, but they just sell reproductions of famous artist and not your stuff. Sharper image has my-PhotoArt, but surely there exists more competive costing (besides Kinkos, which I was quite unimpressed).
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Actually looking for 3D texture.

As I understand it, Giclee is still 2D. Canvas is cool, but I really want to feel the texture. A very few folks actually do this, but I'm not sure it's worth it. I guess I will have to wait til 3D printers come out (soon by the way).
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