Legion Coventry Printmaking Rag Prints
Legion Coventry Printmaking Rag paper is a unique paper with a cotton rag feel but the solid weight of a 140lb watercolor paper. The paper is a slight off white, with a very medium texture. This cotton rag paper works great with watercolor, acrylic, and oil originals. This museum cotton rag paper is a great option if you’re on a budget and still want a quality paper to have your originals reproduced on.
- Sizes: 4” x 6” , 5” x 7” , 8.5” x 11” , 11” x 14” , 12” x 18” , 13” x 19” , 16” x 20” , 18” x 24” , 20” x 30” , 24” x 36”
- Cotton Printmaking Paper medium texture
- 9 color Giclée prints with archival pigment inks.
- All prints can be trimmed down to any size needed, please note this when checking out.
Artwork / File Requirements. Submitted files need to be 300dpi and file format .pdf .psd .ai .tif files.
If you’re sending a digital file that was scanned and color corrected on your side, please send a photo of the original. Take the photo in natural light so we can best match your scanned artwork to the original.
Sending Two Crows your original to have us scan and color correct to match your original? You can send it to:
Two Crows Printing
7 School St
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
Two Crows Printing Scanning and Color Correction
We can scan originals from 4″ x 6″ to 30″ x 40″. Our flat bed scanner yields the best results for the best outcome of digital reproductions. Scanning and Color Correction comes with a fee. Please contact use for pricing at email@example.com .
Turnaround time: 1-2 Weeks
For orders more than 25 prints, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Giclée printing yields prints that are true to the original, about 97/98% to be exact. These printers can’t produce day glow colors (neon). If your original has these type of colors in them, they will turn into a CMYK color space.
Before you check out you will first have to upload your design. Preferred file formats are: .psd .tiff .ai .pdf files. When checking out, please add your file name and any details about your print job in the notes section.