Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 2:53PM
I'd love some pictures of blank white canvases isolated on white (as if they were hanging on a white wall) - with NO easel. The only blank canvases I could find had easels.
I specifically need it for 10x20 and 12x12 square paintings.
I took some pics to show exactly what I want, but I'm just not great at photography so they don't look like great quality! But if they were basically just like this, but actually good (and clipping paths a bonus) that would be awesome.
Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 3:08PM
Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 3:10PM
Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 8:00PM
The second one doesn't look good to me. The first one looks good though! How the heck did you find it? What did you search for? I don't think it came up when I searched for "blank canvas isolated".
I guess if no one takes any new pics, that one will do... I'll just have to photoshop it to be the right dimensions. And possibly fix the lens effect because it seems kind of bowed-out. I don't love it, but I guess I can work with it...
Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 11:29PM
I searched "canvas" and then added "white" in the faceted search on the left hand side. You could narrow it down more with isolated and other words
Here are a few others to choose from
(Edited on 2013-02-01 23:30:02 by CraigRJD)
(Edited on 2013-02-01 23:30:34 by CraigRJD)
Posted Sat Feb 2, 2013 8:40AM
You might be planning this already but an idea for you to make what's available wider or taller, copy a section in the center the length you need to extend. Cut the whole canvas in half and separate the two pieces and place the copied section in the middle. Clone the edges as needed.
When I do this kind of thing, it's usually to extend the background on a commercial portrait with one of those mottled backgrounds. I take smaller pieces to copy than half because the background is so uneven in color and in light.
Hope that helps if you end up licensing something already available.
If you are wanting to wait to see if anyone is willing to shoot, will you please provide us with a deadline - even if you don't have one - by editing your OP?