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  1. mathagat

    Printer for Style Frames

    I dug around some and didn't find a recent thread on the topic. Forgive me if there is one and I missed it. I'm looking for recommendations on a printer that can support at least 11x17 prints for mood boards, style frames, storyboards, etc. Borderless preferred. Right now I use a larger office copy machine when I need to crank out a dozen or so at a time, at 11x17, but it's not a good quality or borderless. I have a small Canon Pixma ink jet in my edit bay for printing one-off photos/video frames if I need it pretty, but that ink is too pricy for this kind of pre-pro work. Can be either laser or ink. I need to be able to print out a dozen or so prints a week without breaking the bank on ink. Budget cap is around $1,000. I'm a bit overwhelmed with the number of options out there, so I figured I'd turn to the community of people that do the kind of work I do. Thanks, Matt
  2. Hi all, I currently started handing out styleframe creation assignments to one of my good mate's. He's a really good illustrator (in my opinion) and needs some guidance since he wants to get into motion design and animation. I thought that getting him to start making some styleframes with a few given limitations would be a good place for him to start, I posted the results of the first assignment on my blog. http://shiftsave.com/projects/styleframe-assignments-week-1 I would love to hear what you guys think.
  3. Hi all, I currently started handing out styleframe creation assignments to one of my good mates. He's a really good illustrator (in my opinion) and needs some guidance since he wants to get into motion design and animation. I thought that getting him to start making some styleframes with a few given limitations would be a good place for him to start, I posted the results of the first assignment on my blog. http://shiftsave.com/projects/styleframe-assignments-week-1 I would love to hear what you guys think.
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