February 24, 2006, Newsletter Issue #8: Common Opaque Projector Uses

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One of the most common uses of an opaque projector in the artist studio is to transfer images. Often a painter might work from a photograph or from a sketch that can be transferred more easily and more quickly by projecting the image than by re-drawing onto canvas or a larger surface. Itís a great way to make a large painting out of a small drawing, while keeping perspective and proportion intact.

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