drawing projector

An art projector is a handy tool for artists of all skill levels. Photorealist painters traditionally used a projector to enlarge and transfer the image from their small photo onto a large canvas. In addition to projectors, there are also 2 other methods you can use: the grid method and transfer paper. A blend of simple design and Artograph quality provide the beginning artist or crafter with an effective, time-saving tool. Sketches, patterns, photos, graphics, crafts, fabric decorations, and small three-dimensional objects, can easily be projected onto a wall or easel for fast and easy viewing or tracing. Simply place the projector on top of the image or object, push the on/off switch, and the image is instantly and clearly projected. The Tracer can project both color and black and white images. This machine consists of a lens, a mirror and a lightbulb. When a photo is placed into the projector, the image shines down onto the paper so the artist can draw the outline. By adjusting the projector, either up or down, the image can be made different sizes, allowing artists to control the size and composition of their drawing. Using a projector is highly controversial in the art community. A versatile art projector for the novice to experienced artist or crafter, and Artograph’s bestseller. The Tracer enlarges any design or pattern onto a wall or easel from 2 to 14 times the original size. Projected image can be easily traced and colored as desired.