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Can I submit an image I found online?
The general rule for submitting a photo for processing is that you must be the owner of the image. If you do not own the image, please obtain permission from the owner and provide the proper authorization with your order.
What is Pattern style?
Pattern style refers to customizing the detail level of your paint by number. Simple patterns have fewer details with minimal shades of color resulting in an abstract impression of your photograph. Detailed patterns include many fine details for a photo realistic result.
What are the Palette options?
Palettes are sets of acrylic paint colors with specific color combinations that render an artistic result:
- Classic Color palette includes 42 colors for a photo realistic result (not available in Mini Kit size)
- Vintage palette includes 18 neutral colors for a vintage, sepia tone result
- Artsy palette includes 28 colors and photos are styled with a pop-art effect
- Black & White palette includes 8 shades of black/white/gray for an abstract, high-contrast effect
- Cool palette includes 13 shades of blues/grays/white for a monochromatic effect
What are some tips for choosing a photo?
The quality of your photo determines the final result of the painting, so it’s important to choose a suitable image to achieve a quality result.
- Choose a clear, crisp photo with contrast between subjects and background
- Close-up images, face only or head/shoulders work best
- Mini kits are best with photos of only 1 subject, face only
- Classic kits, choose close-up photos with 1 or 2 people
- Big Kits work well with images of many subjects and details
- Main subject(s) within your photograph should be 2/3 of the entire image
- No images that are overexposed with too much light, or not enough light or blurry
Can I crop my photo?
The crop tool is available after a photo is uploaded. For best results, crop your photo so the main subject is 2/3 of the entire image.