What product is the best to print illustrations on

I am looking to start printing out my illustrations but I am unsure what product to do that with. Ideally, I would like to do 8x10 gesso paper but cant seem to find the product that would do that. Any help would be great, thanks!

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  • Daniel Olivier-Argyle Posted 2 years ago

    Hi Amy, the best product for 'archival' quality reproductions your work would be Giclee fine art prints. They use archival inks and photographic paper. They're a little more expensive than other options, but very good quality. If they're outside your budget, you have a couple of options - Either lay out the artwork on 'Flat unfinished sheets' and trim them yourself with a sharp knife and rule, or choose a different product size and crop the image to fit. Gesso is a really good choice in my opinion - it looks great with watercolour images and hand drawn artwork. I hope you find a solution that works for you. Once you've received your print, share it on social channels and tag us - we like to share print pics, and it might get you some more followers :-) Dan

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