Two additional details (below), showing great exactness in 6 x magnification with the latest computer design application, here manually employed by Tom.
Most of the art depicted on this website was executed over forty years ago. It has been moved around several times and stored in the best storage places practical. Nevertheless some degradation has occurred due to temperature fluctuations and moisture content in the air. It has been carefully photographed with digital camera and reworked by employing latest designer software. Tom Draper gave over two thousand hours of his time to the computer optimisation process between June 2016 and April 2017. This enabled significant enlargement of most images as seen in the examples illustrated below.
YM0017-L Title: 'Morning After' at 140 x 200 cm magnification
Below find details pertaining to 2 more artworks which have been digitally enhanced to enable high magnification as depicted.
The original painting (below is 23.5 x 31 cms.), Note the
degradation above when enlarged six times to 140 x 180 cms.
Title: 'Lab Dance'
Digitally enhanced image (140 x 180 cms.), through manipulation
with vector design tools and brushes, by hand on computer.
Young Masters Gallery - established in Brisbane originally in 1978. Re-located to Noosa in 1993. Australian Business Number (ABN): 66 497 550 597. Noosa Online gallery currently
exhibiting exclusively Giclee prints on canvas of paintings, drawings and photographs by the gallery owner and director Tom Draper (Thomas T. Draper) the fourth.
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The original size of the artwork'Lab Dance' is provided above the second row (23.5 x 31 cms). This size is multiplied 6 times to demonstrate to the viewer of this page at top right, that the largest art prints (with the catalogue number extension 'L') will be of outstanding definition through manipulation with digitising software. At top left of this page see the same print in an un-enhanced state. In some prints, spacial texture, acquired through the photographic process, will be retained, thereby enhancing the appeal of the prints. Four other details of largest prints at full (up to 2 metres) size are also shown above.
A visual explanation of
WHY and HOW
YM0007-L Title: 'Cross Pollination' at 140 x 179 cm magnification
Digitising aged artwork with computer software