Adjusting drawings to work on ArtSteps

After taking photos of my work for ArtSteps, I realised I won’t be able to imply the art to the wall without it being the shape and size of the image including any background. Before Covid-19 the drawings would have been fixed straight onto the wall without a squared off background but attempting this virtually is a lot more difficult.

I have used photoshop to edit out the background however, I still ended up with it being white. When I tried adding it into ArtSteps it looked better than before but, it still made it look square and almost framed. I thought about using frames on ArtSteps to create a border around the drawings but, I felt this would take attention away from the ripped edges and would defeat the objective of them. I found by enlarging the drawings, it helped with this problem but still was not perfect. Unfortunately I am unable to resolve this problem as the only final show I have in virtual.

 

Author: ninasartspace

Based in Cardiff studying Fine Art at the Metropolitan University. Originally from East Sussex. The career goal is Art Therapy with adults who suffer from PTSD and other mental issues which affect so many of us on a daily basis.

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