Prints Info

All of my artworks are digital renders that were created using 3D models and digital painting techniques. I render and create my artworks at a high resolution (300ppi) so that they can be printed in all of the sizes offered here in the shop without losing any detail. A 16×20 print will be just as sharp and clear as an 8×10.

Each print is printed by a professional printing lab on a high quality art paper with Canon Lucia Inks so that your prints will look amazing and last a lifetime. The art paper used for all my prints is a metallic art paper with a medium metallic-like gloss finish and is smooth with no texture. The metallic, high-gloss surface on this 10-mil, 255g photo paper results in prints that are sharp, vibrant, and exceptionally rich-looking. The inks used during printing are resistant to fading and not likely to ever fade if kept out of direct sunlight. Each print is carefully inspected for quality before being shipped out to you.

All precautions are taken to make sure the print arrives at your door undamaged. If damage to the print does occur during shipping, contact me with information about the damage and I will send a replacement. For more information about quality, returns, and shipping policies, see this page.

An extra one half inch border will go around the printed area. This means the actual sheet size of the paper will be a total of 1 inch larger than the ordered width and height of the print. For example, if you order a 16″x20″ print, with the 1/2″ blank border the total sheet size will measure 17″x21″. This will make sure that no part of the artwork is hidden or cut off during printing or framing. Some minor trimming may be required during framing depending on the frame chosen. If you choose a large frame for a smaller print, matting would be a great option and the added 1/2″ border helps keep the print easily positioned.

The LCD monitor that I use when creating my artworks has been specially calibrated to match how each artwork will be printed (also known as soft proofing). Differences in monitors or other devices’ screens that you may use to view the shop’s catalog of artwork prints can cause the color, contrast, and brightness to differ from the actual print. This means that what you see on your screen may look slightly different from the way the artwork actually looks in person. I do my best to make sure that each print is printed in the way the artwork was intended to look when I created it.

The “Copyright © 20## Lizzie Prusaczyk www.d9s.co” watermarks that are seen on all preview images will not be seen in the final print(s) that you receive. The watermarks are only there to prevent online theft of my work. It is an unfortunate precaution that I must take in order to protect my work and business. A digital signature will be added to each print in the lower left corner. I add the signatures with a low opacity layer so that it does not distract from the artwork itself. For an example of the digital signature, see the image below.

Signature Example

Signature Example

All artworks are Copyright © 2006 – 2018 Lizzie Prusaczyk & Dream 9 Studios™. All rights reserved. All artwork remains the property of and remains copyrighted by Lizzie Prusaczyk and Dream 9 Studios™. You are only buying a “print” of the artwork and not the artwork itself. Prints may not be reproduced, resold, or altered in any way, shape, or form. If you wish to use a print for some sort of commercial endeavor such as a book cover or other display art, please contact me and we will work out the terms

For more information about shipping and returns, see the Shipping Info page. If you have any questions about the prints or artworks from Dream 9 Studios, please feel free to ask me.

Last Updated: May 26, 2018