the working artist has always been concerned with the physical
as well as the visual quality of the final product. Though 3D
computer graphics has been resolution independent for quite
a while, there has not been, until relatively recently, a suitable
way of getting one's work out of the box and up on the wall.
Maintaining, in the printed image, the richness of the colors,
textures and lighting effects that are now part of 3D packages
is a formidable challenge. The recent introduction of archival
photographic printing of high-end digital files now permits
an affordable quality solution. The exhibited print is a KRIST'L
Fine Art Archival Print by NancyScans of Chatham, New York..