Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Wid Wide Wobbley.

I am still. I managed to persuade my aging printer to produce these two prints which I am very pleased with.
I have installed them on the North wall of my private study in the South wing.
The frames are 9 inches by 19 inches.
I'm currently working on graphic covers of pieces by MMM, CRM and Frances Macdonald McNair. Frances signed nearly all of her work after marriage, as MacNair. I'm sure this was because she was always used to signing 'Mac' as in Macdonald.


Blogger togoh said...

what kind of printer do you have? it seems to be able to make really big prints.. is it a professional one?

11:23 AM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

togoh, it's just a bog-standard HP ink-jet printer. I set the paper size to Legal, and that allows me to print upto 14 inches in length/height. I trim standard A3 paper to fit. The frames came from WH Smith (if you know that stationary shop) on sale half-price. The frame mount is actually designed to take 3 of, 4inch by 6inch photographs, but I just cut the dividing borders away.
I guess I have just confirmed my middle name is cheapskate. . .

3:55 PM  
Blogger love, jenn said...

Sans Cheapskate Pantaloons- you make good wall art! :)

10:11 PM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

Jenn, thank you! You have inspired a future post.

5:52 PM  

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